Out: The exit to the station is again in the middle of
There are also a good number of black people as well, and perhaps a couple of Gentiles. On one corner here there is a very large, modern building in silver and glass, which I find out is the Jewish Children’s Museum (see photos), and across from it is a synagogue with kids and adults outside.
I definitely had no idea this was all the way out here. There are also many well-maintained apartment buildings and some lower-slung brick buildings around. There are some attractive town houses with bay windows, too.
Eastern Parkway has some impressive larger buildings as well, and the trees again offer a nice feeling to the stop. Definitely a good architectural mix here. There isn’t too much commercial stuff right here, but there seems to be more about a block off of Eastern parkway.
In: The station here is now back underground. There are white tiled walls, a tile mosaic border on the top in blue, green, and yellow with a “K” inlaid. There are also a few “
Kingston Ave” signs in tile mosaic on the walls in the same color scheme. This station is two level, like Utica Ave., with the lower level (Manhattan-bound) having one platform and two tracks, with express bypass. The tunnel-side is only painted black with no tiling. There are yellow metal columns by the platform, and the lighting is a little dim.