25th Street (BMT Fifth Avenue Line)

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For the station actually at 25th Street & Fourth Avenue, see 25th Street (BMT Fourth Avenue Line).
25th Street
Former New York City Subway rapid transit station
Station statistics
Address Fifth Avenue and 25th Street
Brooklyn, NY 11218
Borough Brooklyn
Coordinates 40°39′32.77″N 73°59′44.75″W / 40.6591028°N 73.9957639°W / 40.6591028; -73.9957639Coordinates: 40°39′32.77″N 73°59′44.75″W / 40.6591028°N 73.9957639°W / 40.6591028; -73.9957639
Services BMT Fifth Avenue Line
BMT Culver Line
Structure Elevated
Platforms 1 island platform
Tracks 2
Other information
Opened August 15, 1889; 127 years ago (August 15, 1889)
Closed May 31, 1940; 76 years ago (May 31, 1940)
Station succession
Next north 20th Street
Next south 36th Street

25th Street was a station on the now demolished BMT Fifth Avenue Line in New York. It was served by trains of the BMT Culver Line[1] and BMT Fifth Avenue Line. It had two tracks and one island platform. The station was opened on August 15, 1889 at Fifth Avenue and 25th Street, and was the southern terminus of the line until 1890. The next stop to the north was 20th Street. The next stop to the south was 36th Street. The station closed on May 31, 1940. Current rapid transit service in this area can be found one block west at the 25th Street Station on the underground BMT Fourth Avenue Line.


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