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  1. "Keep to the Right" Pillar Sign
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    Aluminum with classic white stripe, text and arrow Learn More
  2. 1 Avenue
    This is the easternmost Canarsie Line station in Manhattan. East of here, the line travels under the East River to Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Learn More
  3. 103 Street
    103 Street station opened on July 17, 1918 and has an average ridership of 4,901,637. Learn More
  4. 103 Street
    103rd Street is a local station on the IND Eighth Avenue Line of the New York City Subway located at West 103rd Street and Central Park West on the Upper West Side. This underground station, opened on September 10, 1932. It has an average ridership of 1,453,267. Learn More
  5. 103 Street
    103rd Street subway station was one of the settings in the William S. Burroughs book Junkie and was briefly featured in the film Black Swan. Learn More
  6. 103 Street- Corona Plaza
    This station opened on April 21, 1917 as Alburtis Avenue. It was later renamed 104th Street, giving the possibility of a sealed exit at the north end, before taking its current name of 103rd Street Learn More
  7. 104 Street
    This elevated station opened on June 11, 1917 under the Brooklyn Union Elevated Railroad, an affiliate of the Brooklyn Rapid Transit Company. It has a ridership of about 805,590. Learn More
  8. 104 Street
    This station has undergone many name changes. A 1924 system map portrayed it as "Oxford Avenue". By 1959 it was "104 St Learn More
  9. 110 Street
    110 Street station opened on July 17, 1918 and has an average ridership of 3,771,563. Learn More
  10. 110 Street
    110th Street is a local station on the IRT Lexington Avenue Line of the New York City Subway located in Spanish Harlem and opened on July 17, 1918. It has an average ridership of 3,771,563 passengers. Learn More

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