Meet at Marcy Avenue
Two trains of modern design R-160 railcars meet at the Marcy Avenue station in the Williamsburg
section of Brooklyn.The M Train on the left has just crossed the Williamsburg Bridge, whose towers
are seen in the distance, from Manhattan’s Lower East Side; it is headed for Queens, after a few
more stops in Brooklyn. The other train, bound for Manhattan, will shortly cross over the East River
on that same bridge, affectionately known by New Yorkers as the “Willy B.”
The Marcy Avenue station is served by the J, M, and Z trains of the New York City Subway
system, all of which use the “Willy B” to cross between Manhattan and Brooklyn.
©2018 Steve Ember
Hans-Gerd Hacker 05/02/2018 9:08A fine shot...two meeting trains at Marcy Av.
I see fine details like the red signs, the or this blue box in the middle...and in the background the famos Willie B. On Your picture you can stay for a long time...there is much to discover.
I would like to see this shot in B&W !