People tend to check in during these times:
Another interestingly designed portal in the system.
Check which train you are getting on, otherwise you can end up in Brooklyn by mistake.
In this station, I used the NYC subway for the first time, and it was a great experience. It's close to Battery Park :)
Opened in 1905, was the 42nd busiest station last year. Also, the Control House is listed on the Ntl Register of Historic Places.
(5) to Eastchester:Next 5 Stops:+Wall Street+Fulton Street+Brooklyn Bridge – City Hall+14th St.–Union Square+Grand Central–42nd StreetInfo by
(5) to Flatbush:Next 5 Stops:+Borough Hall+Nevins Street+Atlantic Avenue+Franklin Avenue+President StreetInfo by
(4) to Woodlawn:Next 5 Stops:+Wall Street+Fulton Street+Brooklyn Bridge–City Hall~Canal Street~Spring StreetInfo by
(4) to Utica:Next 5 Stops:+Borough Hall+Nevins Street+Atlantic Avenue+Franklin Avenue+Utica Avenue (LAST STOP)Info by
Stop by Herald Square Park on 9/16 from 10-4 - donate to Career Gear and get GOLDTOE
great way to get to yankee stadium!
First and last stop in Manhattan for 4 and 5 trains.. Walkable distance to Battery Park, liberty ferry and other downtown attractions.