HISTORIC SUBWAY STATION RESTORATION

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The East 180th Street station in the Bronx in New York  on the Dyre Avenue line is seen at the ribbon cutting for its restoration on Friday, March 15, 2013. The station, once part of the defunct New York, Westchester and Boston Railroad was taken over by NYC Transit  after its bankruptcy. The NYWB only operated from 1912 to 1937 and the Dyre Avenue portion became part of the NYCTA in 1940. The station was built in 1912 in Italian Villa style. (© Richard B. Levine)
The East 180th Street station in the Bronx in New York on the Dyre Avenue line is seen at the ribbon cutting for its restoration on Friday, March 15, 2013. The station, once part of the defunct New York, Westchester and Boston Railroad was taken over by NYC Transit after its bankruptcy. The NYWB only operated from 1912 to 1937 and the Dyre Avenue portion became part of the NYCTA in 1940. The station was built in 1912 in Italian Villa style. (© Richard B. Levine)
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