IND Concourse Line
The Concourse Line is a subway branch line of the New York City Subway system, extending from 205th Street in the Norwood section of the Bronx to join with the Eighth Avenue Line at 145th Street in the Harlem neighborhood of Manhattan.
The line runs from 205th Street in a generally south and south-westerly direction, running beneath the Grand Concourse roadway for much of its route, from which it derives its name.
The Concourse Line opened on July 1, 1933, less than 10 months after the IND's first line, the Eighth Avenue Line opened for service. Initial service was provided by the C, at that time an express train, between 205th Street, then via the Eighth Avenue Line, Cranberry Street Tunnel and the IND Brooklyn Line (now Culver Line) to Bergen Street station in Brooklyn.
|New York City Subway Lines|
|IRT|| West side trunk: Broadway-7 Av – Lenox Av – White Plains Rd – Dyre Av – Brooklyn Branch|
East side trunk: Lexington Av – Jerome Av – White Plains Rd – Dyre Av – Pelham
Brooklyn/Queens/other: Eastern Pkwy – Nostrand Av – Flushing – 42 St Shuttle
Former: 2 Av – 3 Av – 6 Av – 9 Av
|BMT|| Manhattan trunk: Broadway – Astoria – Manhattan Bridge|
Nassau Street trunk: Nassau St – Jamaica – Archer Av – Myrtle Av
West Brooklyn trunks: 4th Av – Brighton – Culver – Sea Beach – West End
Other: Canarsie – Franklin Av Shuttle – 63 St
Former: Brooklyn Bridge – 3 Av – 5 Av – Fulton St – Lexington Av
|IND|| Bronx/Manhattan trunks: 6 Av – 8 Av – Concourse|
Brooklyn/Queens: Queens Blvd – Archer Av – 63 St – Fulton St – Culver – Rockaway – Crosstown
Former: World's Fair
|Connections||Chrystie St – 60 St|