Out: Exit at
The only people around here seem like they work at one of the industrial establishments; hard to tell who lives around here. There are no small businesses on
Jefferson. I walk a couple blocks over to Starr Ave, and here there is a Mexican restaurant, a semi-upscale place called “ ”, and a coffee shop serving tattooned hipsters. Northeast Kingdom
So I guess gentrification has even made it all the way over here; I didn’t know. On
there are a lot of body shop and half torn-up cars parked outside, helping to enhance the industrial feeling. I did manage to find a few row houses in brown brick around (see photo), but there definitely is not much residential property near the stop. Wyckoff
In: Similar to other L stations, with blue metal columns by the platform edge. The mosaic tiling here has a brown and blue background with a yellow border. The top border of the walls have yellow, blue, and brown mixed.