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Brooklyn Rapid Transit, Flushing and Graham Avenue line, open car 885, January 27, 1940. Built by Brill in 1880.
Brooklyn Rapid Transit, Kings County El, Myrtle Avenue open car 280, January 27, 1940. Built by Briggs in 1899.
Brooklyn Rapid Transit, Kings County El, Myrtle Avenue open car 280, January 27, 1940. Built by Briggs in 1899.
Brooklyn Rapid Transit, Kings County Elevated car no. 216, July 30, 1940. End view. Built by Pullman in 1889.
Brooklyn Rapid Transit, Kings County Elevated car no. 216, July 30, 1940. Interior. Built by Pullman in 1889.
Brooklyn Rapid Transit, Marcy Avenue car 2382, January 27, 1940.  Built by Brownell in 1893.
Brooklyn Rapid Transit, Marcy Avenue car 2382, January 27, 1940.  Built by Brownell in 1893.
Brooklyn Rapid Transit, Nassau El open car 630, Fifth Avenue line, January 27, 1940. Built by Stevenson in 1898.
Brooklyn Rapid Transit, Nassau El open car 630, Fifth Avenue line, January 27, 1940. Built by Stevenson in 1898.
Brooklyn Rapid Transit, Nassau El work car 240, January 27, 1940.  Built by Northeast R.R. in 1902.
Brooklyn Rapid Transit, Nassau El work car 240, January 27, 1940.  Built by Northeast R.R. in 1902.
Brooklyn Rapid Transit, Nassau Electric open car 2638, January 27, 1940. Built by Brill in 1896.
Brooklyn Rapid Transit, Nassau Electric open car 2638, January 27, 1940. Built by Brill in 1896.
Brooklyn Rapid Transit, Sea Gate line car 794, January 27, 1940.  Built by Brill in 1896.
Brooklyn Rapid Transit, Sea Gate line car 794, January 27, 1940.  Built by Brill in 1896.
Brooklyn Rapid Transit, ash car trucks no. 207, January 27, 1940.
Brooklyn Rapid Transit, car 2795 (made for Delancey Street, New York), January 27, 1940. Built by Laclede in 1902.
Brooklyn Rapid Transit, car 2795 (made for Delancey Street, New York), January 27, 1940. Built by Laclede in 1902.
Brooklyn Rapid Transit, one set of wheels, January 27, 1940. Built by Laclede in 1902.
Brooklyn, Bath and Coney Island railroad steam locomotive Clifford, undated [c. 1864-1885].
Brooklyn, Bath and West End Railroad locomotive, July 30, 1940.
Brooklyn, Flatbush and Coney Island Railroad locomotive 8, July 30, 1940.
Brooklyn-Manhattan Transit Corporation (BMT) at [Chauncey Street], July 30, 1940.
Brooklyn-Manhattan Transit Corporation (BMT) locomotive 2, Broadway Line, undated [c. 1940].
Brooklyn-Manhattan Transit Corporation (BMT) train at Fulton Ferry, July 3, 1938.
Brooklyn-Manhattan Transit Corporation (BMT) trucker 25-32, undated [c. 1940].
Brooklyn-Manhattan Transit Corporation (BMT), Broadway Line, July 30, 1940.
Brooklyn-Manhattan Transit Corporation (BMT), Port Authority [?] Line, undated [c. 1940].
Brooklyn-Manhattan Transit's East New York yard, tracks 15-24, July 30, 1940.
Brooklyn-Manhattan [?] El locomotive 211, 1922.
Constructing the Ninth Avenue El [?] at W. 65th Street, 1878. Copy photograph dated May 24, 1940.
El bridge supports in the Harlem River just east of Second Avenue, 1883 or 1884. Intended for the Suburban Rapid Transit Company's Bronx El.
Elevated railroad tracks over Greenwich Street, Manhattan, undated [c. 1868-1869 ]. View looking southwest from Dey Street.
Fifth Avenue El, Brooklyn, October 16, 1941. View from Green-Wood Cemetery at 35th Street.
Fifth Avenue El, Brooklyn, October 16, 1941. View from Green-Wood Cemetery at 35th Street.
Fifth Avenue El, Brooklyn, October 16, 1941. View from Green-Wood Cemetery at 35th Street.
Fifth Avenue El, Brooklyn, October 20, 1941. View looking north from 38th Street to the demolition of the end of the line on Fifth Avenue.
Fifth Avenue El, Brooklyn, October 22, 1941. View looking southwest [?] from 37th Street to the demolition of the end of the line on Fifth Avenue.
Fifth Avenue El, Brooklyn, September 19, 1941. Power lines being installed from the B.M.T. shop to furnish power for the trolley line south of this point.
Fifth Avenue El, Brooklyn, September 19, 1941. Power lines being installed from the B.M.T. shop to furnish power for the trolley line south of this point.
Fifth Avenue El, Brooklyn, September 19, 1941. Power lines being installed from the B.M.T. shop to furnish power for the trolley line south of this point.
Fifth Avenue El, Brooklyn, September 19, 1941. Removing a double section.
Fifth Avenue El, Brooklyn, September 19, 1941. Removing a double section.
Fifth Avenue El, Brooklyn, September 19, 1941. Removing a double section.
Fifth Avenue El, Brooklyn, September 26, 1941. View from the B.M.T. building, showing progress since September 19, 1941.
Fifth Avenue El, Brooklyn, at 15th Street, September 19, 1941. First section demolished at 15th Street, working south from this point.
Fifth Avenue El, Brooklyn, at 15th Street, September 19, 1941. First section demolished at 15th Street, working south from this point.
Fifth Avenue El, Brooklyn, at 15th Street, September 19, 1941. First section demolished at 15th Street, working south from this point.
Fifth Avenue El, Brooklyn, at 15th Street, September 19, 1941. First section demolished at 15th Street, working south from this point.
Fifth Avenue El, Brooklyn, at 15th Street, September 19, 1941. First section demolished at 15th Street, working south from this point.

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