125th Street subway station

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Subway station on the (1) train in [[Harlem]]. It is one of the highest elevated stations in the system, sitting atop a viaduct with a 168 foot arch rising 55 feet over the intersection of [[125th Street]] and Broadway at the entrance to [[Manhattanville]].
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Subway station on the [[1 train]] in [[Harlem]]. It is one of the highest elevated stations in the system, sitting atop a viaduct with a 168-foot arch rising 55 feet over the intersection of [[125th Street]] and Broadway at the entrance to [[Manhattanville]].
  
When approaching the station, be sure to look out to the west for a number of anti-Columbia banners. Apparently, some people have a problem with the proposed [[Manhattanville campus]].
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When approaching the station, be sure to look to the west for a number of anti-Columbia banners. Apparently, some people have a problem with the proposed [[Manhattanville campus]].
  
 
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Revision as of 18:01, 4 October 2009

See also Wikipedia's article about "125th Street (IRT Broadway–Seventh Avenue Line)".

Subway station on the 1 train in Harlem. It is one of the highest elevated stations in the system, sitting atop a viaduct with a 168-foot arch rising 55 feet over the intersection of 125th Street and Broadway at the entrance to Manhattanville.

When approaching the station, be sure to look to the west for a number of anti-Columbia banners. Apparently, some people have a problem with the proposed Manhattanville campus.

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