New Yorkers have been waiting on the Second Avenue subway since the late 1920s. Now a new image is providing a first glimpse of the much-needed and long-postponed line.
Part of a construction wall came down last week on the Lexington Avenue/63rd Street F station’s downtown platform, revealing the new passenger platform for the Q train, according to the New York Post.
When completed, the Q train will be extended from Seventh Avenue and 57th Street to Second Avenue and 96th, connecting with the F at East 63rd.
The image is the first look at an actual station for the new line – although tunnel images have been widely circulated.