THE FULTON EL (A TRAIN)


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The Kings County Electric Railway (Fulton el) began as an elevated steam railroad on 4/24/1888 from Fulton Ferry to Nostrand Ave. The line was gradually extended, reaching East New York with a station at Atlantic Avenue and Snediker Avenue in 1889 (today's "Atlantic Avenue" station on the line), and reached the Brooklyn city line at Grant Avenue on December 28, 1893. East of Manhattan Junction, the Fulton Street turned south, then east to run on Pitkin Avenue and Liberty Avenue, whereas the Broadway el continues to this day to run over Fulton Street.

On 8/15/1896, a connection was made from the Brighton Line (at that time, the Brooklyn and Brighton Beach Railroad) to the Fulton Street line, at Fulton St. and Franklin Avenue (the current terminus of the Franklin Shuttle), and shortly thereafter, the Kings County Co. took control of the Brighton Line. By 1900, the BER and KCER companies were absorbed into the Brooklyn Rapid Transit Company (BRT), which was quickly taking control of all elevated and streetcar lines in Brooklyn.

In 1898, it was extended north to Sands street across the Brooklyn Bridge. It used the existing tracks of the New York and Brooklyn Bridge Railway to Park Row in Manhattan. Later, it was electrified in 1899 by the Brooklyn Rapid transit company (BRT). To the south, the Atlantic Ave station was rebuilt in 1916 to serve the Fulton el, Canarsie, and Broadway els. (The eastern-most platform of this station is a remnant of the Fulton street el NOW served by the train since 2003.) It then continued south to a new elevated Broadway Junction station in 1928. This new station was built above an existing elevated station at Broadway Junction. It was extended south to the six track Atlantic Ave station where it continued to City line on the Fulton el. On 9/25/1915, City line terminal was rebuilt and became the extension of the el from Grant Ave to Lefferts Blvd. This small extension STILL exists as today's train and former LIRR connection to the Rockaways.

In 1923, the BRT was reorganized as the Brooklyn Manhattan transit (BMT) and this line was known as the BMT #13 train (1924 - 4/26/1956). The first abandoned section of el from Park Row and Fulton Ferry to Rockaway Ave was abandoned between 1940 and 1944 because the and subway was built directly underneath, making the el redundant. A section from Rockaway Ave to Crescent survived until 4/26/1956 as what was left of the BMT #13 service to Lefferts. The only existing parts of the el are Atlantic Ave on the line and the stations Grant Ave to Lefferts on today's line. Up until a few years ago, part of the Franklyn Ave shuttle had some remnant of the Fulton el as well until the whole shuttle was rebuilt in 1998 - 1999. There was also an unofficial BMT #17 train connecting the 14st Canarsie line with the Fulton st el via Atlantic Ave (9/23/1936 - 4/30/1956)


The Fulton street el BMT #13 and #17 trains, Brooklyn 1930s - 40s


The Fulton st el (BMT #13) : A train

PARK ROW (Manhattan) crossing Brooklyn bridge opened 9/24/1883 - 1889 for The New York and Brooklyn Bridge Railway. Steam locomotives were used to get trains in and out of the terminals, but were pulled by cables across the bridge After 1896 the system changed to one where a motor car was added to each train to maneuver at the terminals, while en route the trains were still propelled by the cable Brooklyn Rapid Transit (BRT) ran Fifth Ave el accross Brooklyn Bridge 6/18/1898 and electrified 7/3/1899, renamed the BMT #6 train 1924 - 6/1/1940 also served The Prospect Park and Coney Island Railroad (Culver line) using steam locomotives 1890 - 1899, served the BMT #5 train 1924 - 1931, renamed BMT #5b 5/30/1931 to 6/1/1940, Sea Beach Railway 1903 - 1913, Brighton line 6/18/1898 - 1920, and West End line 5/29/1890 - 1913 also served Lexington Ave el 6/1898 and electrified 7/3/1899, renamed the BMT #12 1924 - 3/5/1944, also served Fulton st el 1898 and electrified 7/3/1899, renamed the BMT #13 1924 - 6/1/1940, station demolished/ closed 3/5/1944
FULTON FERRY TERMINAL Fulton el (Brooklyn) opened 4/24/1888 steam locomotives served the Fulton el 1888 - 1899, Brooklyn Rapid Transit (BRT) took over Fulton el in 1898, electrified 1899 Fulton street el renamed BMT #13 train 1924, phased out 6/1/1940 some Fulton trains bypassed Fulton Ferry and went to Sands and then across the Brooklyn bridge to Park Row in 1898 as well, electrified 1899 demolished/ closed 6/1/1940
SANDS ST Brooklyn Bridge end of bridge (Brooklyn) upper level opened 9/24/1883 - 1889 for The New York and Brooklyn Bridge Railway. Lower level opened 11/5/1888 using steam locomotives to the rest of Brooklyn. Steam locomotives were used to get trains in and out of the terminals, but were pulled by cables across the bridge After 1896 the system changed to one where a motor car was added to each train to maneuver at the terminals, while en route the trains were still propelled by the cable Brooklyn Rapid Transit (BRT) ran Fifth Ave el across Brooklyn Bridge 6/18/1898 and electrified 7/3/1899, renamed the BMT #6 train 1924 - 6/1/1940 also served The Prospect Park and Coney Island Railroad (Culver line) 1890 - 1899, served the BMT #5 train 1924 - 1931, renamed BMT #5b 5/30/1931 to 6/1/1940, Sea Beach Railway 1903 - 1913, Brighton line 8/15/1896 - 1920, and West End line 5/29/1890 - 1913 also served Lexington Ave el 9/1/1888 and electrified 7/3/1899, renamed the BMT #12 1924 to 3/5/1944, also served Fulton st el 1898 and electrified 7/3/1899, renamed the BMT #13 1924 - 6/1/1940, also served Myrtle Ave el 1898 and electrified 7/1/1900, renamed BMT #11 1924 - 3/5/1944, station demolished/ closed 3/5/1944
COURT ST AND MYRTLE AVE Fulton el (Brooklyn) opened 4/24/1888 steam locomotives served the Fulton el 1888 - 1899, Brooklyn Rapid Transit (BRT) took over Fulton el in 1898, electrified 1899 Fulton street el renamed BMT #13 train 1924, phased out 6/1/1940 - demolished/ closed 6/1/1940
BOERUM PLACE Fulton el (Brooklyn) opened 4/24/1888 steam locomotives served the Fulton el 1888 - 1899, Brooklyn Rapid Transit (BRT) took over Fulton el in 1898, electrified 7/3/1899 Fulton street el renamed BMT #13 train 1924, phased out 6/1/1940 steam locomotives served the BF&CI railroad 7/2/1878, reorganized as the Brooklyn and Brighton Beach Railroad in 1887, the Brooklyn and Brighton Beach Railroad connected with the Fulton street el via Brooklyn Bridge 8/15/1896 severed connections with B&BB in 1920, demolished/ closed 6/1/1940
ELM STREET/ DUFFIELD STREET Fulton el (Brooklyn) opened 4/24/1888 steam locomotives served the Fulton el 1888 - 1899, Brooklyn Rapid Transit (BRT) took over Fulton el in 1898, electrified 7/3/1899 Fulton street el renamed BMT #13 train 1924, phased out 6/1/1940 steam locomotives served the BF&CI railroad 7/2/1878, reorganized as the Brooklyn and Brighton Beach Railroad in 1887, the Brooklyn and Brighton Beach Railroad connected with the Fulton street el via Brooklyn Bridge 8/15/1896 severed connections with B&BB in 1920, demolished/ closed 6/1/1940
FLATBUSH AVE Fulton el (Brooklyn) opened 4/24/1888 steam locomotives served the Fulton el 1888 - 1899, Brooklyn Rapid Transit (BRT) took over Fulton el in 1898, electrified 7/3/1899 Fulton street el renamed BMT #13 train 1924, phased out 6/1/1940 steam locomotives served the BF&CI railroad 7/2/1878, reorganized as the Brooklyn and Brighton Beach Railroad in 1887, the Brooklyn and Brighton Beach Railroad connected with the Fulton street el via Brooklyn Bridge 8/15/1896 severed connections with B&BB in 1920, demolished/ closed 6/1/1940
LAFAYETTE AVE Fulton el (Brooklyn) opened 4/24/1888 steam locomotives served the Fulton st el 1888 - 1899, Brooklyn Rapid Transit (BRT) took over Fulton el in 1898, electrified 7/3/1899 Fulton street el renamed BMT #13 train 1924, phased out 6/1/1940 steam locomotives served the BF&CI railroad 7/2/1878, reorganized as the Brooklyn and Brighton Beach Railroad in 1887, the Brooklyn and Brighton Beach Railroad connected with the Fulton street el via Brooklyn Bridge 8/15/1896 severed connections with B&BB in 1920, demolished/ closed 6/1/1940
CUMBERLAND AVE Fulton el (Brooklyn) opened 4/24/1888 steam locomotives served the Fulton st el 1888 - 1899, Brooklyn Rapid Transit (BRT) took over Fulton el in 1898, electrified 7/3/1899 Fulton street el renamed BMT #13 train 1924, phased out 6/1/1940 steam locomotives served the BF&CI railroad 7/2/1878, reorganized as the Brooklyn and Brighton Beach Railroad in 1887, the Brooklyn and Brighton Beach Railroad connected with the Fulton street el via Brooklyn Bridge 8/15/1896 severed connections with B&BB in 1920, demolished/ closed 6/1/1940
VANDERBILT AVE Fulton el (Brooklyn) opened 4/24/1888 steam locomotives served the Fulton st el 1888 - 1899, Brooklyn Rapid Transit (BRT) took over Fulton el in 1898, electrified 7/3/1899 Fulton street el renamed BMT #13 train 1924, phased out 6/1/1940 steam locomotives served the BF&CI railroad 7/2/1878, reorganized as the Brooklyn and Brighton Beach Railroad in 1887, the Brooklyn and Brighton Beach Railroad connected with the Fulton street el via Brooklyn Bridge 8/15/1896 severed connections with B&BB in 1920, demolished/ closed 6/1/1940
GRAND AVE Fulton el (Brooklyn) opened 4/24/1888 steam locomotives served the Fulton st el 1888 - 1899, Brooklyn Rapid Transit (BRT) took over Fulton el in 1898, electrified 7/3/1899 Fulton street el renamed BMT #13 train 1924, phased out 6/1/1940 steam locomotives served the BF&CI railroad 7/2/1878, reorganized as the Brooklyn and Brighton Beach Railroad in 1887, the Brooklyn and Brighton Beach Railroad connected with the Fulton street el via Brooklyn Bridge 8/15/1896 severed connections with B&BB in 1920, demolished/ closed 6/1/1940
FRANKLYN AVE Fulton el (Brooklyn) opened 7/2/1878, rebuilt 1924, rebuilt again 1998, steam locomotives served the BF&CI railroad 7/2/1878, reorganized as the Brooklyn and Brighton Beach Railroad in 1887, the Brooklyn and Brighton Beach Railroad connected with the Fulton street el via Brooklyn Bridge 8/15/1896 steam locomotives served the Fulton st el 4/24/1888 - 1899, Brooklyn Rapid Transit (BRT) took over Fulton el in 1898, electrified 7/3/1899, Fulton street el renamed BMT #13 train at this station along Fulton el 1924 until 6/1/1940 surface route dismantled to make way for Franklyn Ave station 8/15/1896, served Brighton - Fulton el as one line until disconnected from Fulton el in 1920, existing structure became Franklyn Ave shuttle, renamed BMT #7 in 1924 - 1965 from Franklyn to Prospect Park served by the Sunny Summer Sunday Special May 1924 - Sept 1952 weekends from Chambers to Franklyn Ave, subway premiered with A train 4/9/1936 - present, E train extended here 4/29/1956 - 1976, CC train 1976 to 12/11/1988 from Bedford Park to Rockaway Park, CC renamed C train 5/5/1986 going from 145th to Euclid Ave, became 168th to Euclid 3/1/1998 - present BMT #7 renamed SS 11/1/1965, remnants of Fulton el structure demolished 4/1998, current train 5/5/1986 - present with transfers to
NOSTRAND AVE Fulton el (Brooklyn) opened 4/24/1888 steam locomotives served the Fulton st el 1888 - 1899, Brooklyn Rapid Transit (BRT) took over Fulton el in 1898, electrified 1899 Fulton street el renamed BMT #13 train 1924, phased out 6/1/1940 - demolished/ closed 6/1/1940
BROOKLYN AVE / TOMPKINS AVE Fulton el (Brooklyn) opened 5/30/1888 steam locomotives served the Fulton st el 1888 - 1899, Brooklyn Rapid Transit (BRT) took over Fulton el in 1898, electrified 1899 Fulton street el renamed BMT #13 train 1924, phased out 6/1/1940 - demolished/ closed 6/1/1940
ALBANY AVE / SUMNER AVE (Troy Ave) Fulton el (Brooklyn) opened 5/30/1888 steam locomotives served the Fulton st el 1889 - 1899, Brooklyn Rapid Transit (BRT) took over Fulton el in 1898, electrified 1899 Fulton street el renamed BMT #13 train 1924, phased out 6/1/1940 - demolished/ closed 6/1/1940
UTICA AVE (Reid Ave) Fulton el (Brooklyn) opened 6/1888 steam locomotives served the Fulton st el 1888 - 1899, Brooklyn Rapid Transit (BRT) took over Fulton el in 1898, electrified 1899 Fulton street el renamed BMT #13 train 1924, phased out 6/1/1940 - demolished/ closed 6/1/1940
RALPH AVE Fulton el (Brooklyn) opened 9/20/1888 steam locomotives served the Fulton st el 1888 - 1899, Brooklyn Rapid Transit (BRT) took over Fulton el in 1898, electrified 1899 Fulton street el renamed BMT #13 train 1924, phased out 6/1/1940 - demolished/ closed 6/1/1940
SARATOGA AVE Fulton el (Brooklyn) opened 12/3/1888 steam locomotives served the Fulton st el 1888 - 1899, Brooklyn Rapid Transit (BRT) took over Fulton el in 1898, electrified 1899 Fulton street el renamed BMT #13 train 1924, phased out 6/1/1940 - demolished/ closed 6/1/1940
ROCKAWAY AVE Fulton el (Brooklyn) opened 11/1888 steam locomotives served the Fulton st el 1888 - 1899, Brooklyn Rapid Transit (BRT) took over Fulton el in 1898, electrified 1899 Fulton street el renamed BMT #13 train 1924 - 4/27/1956 - demolished/ closed 4/27/1956
BROADWAY JUNCTION (Eastern Parkway) Fulton el (Brooklyn) opened 1892 steam locomotives served the Fulton st el 1892 - 1899, Brooklyn Rapid Transit (BRT) took over Fulton el in 1898 and electrified 1899 Fulton street el renamed BMT #13 train 1924 - 4/27/1956 - present (J,Z,L,A,C)
ATLANTIC AVE via Fulton el Fulton el (Brooklyn) steam locomotives served the Fulton st el 7/4/1889 - 1899, Brooklyn Rapid Transit (BRT) took over Fulton el in 1898 and electrified 1899 Atlantic Ave platforms rebuilt and electrified for Fulton el, Canarsie line, and Broadway els in 1916, current section of 14th street subway was connected 1924 - 1928 Fulton street el renamed BMT #13 train 1924 - 4/27/1956 also served by the 14th street - Fulton BMT #17 train 9/23/1936, phased out 4/27/1956 Canarsie el portion demolished 2002. Abandoned Fulton st el station now used for L train 2003 - present
EASTERN PARKWAY Fulton el (Brooklyn) opened 11/18/1889 steam locomotives served the Fulton st el 1889 - 1899, Brooklyn Rapid Transit (BRT) took over Fulton el in 1898 and electrified 1899 Fulton street el renamed BMT #13 train 1924 - 4/27/1956 - demolished/ closed between 1912 and 1924
HINSDALE STREET Fulton el (Brooklyn) opened between 1912 and 1924 - Fulton street el renamed BMT #13 train 1924 - 4/27/1956 also served by the 14th street - Fulton BMT #17 train 9/23/1936, phased out 4/27/1956 demolished/ closed 4/27/1956
PENNSYLVANIA AVE Fulton el (Brooklyn) opened 11/18/1889 steam locomotives served the Fulton st el 1889 - 1899, Brooklyn Rapid Transit (BRT) took over Fulton el in 1898 and electrified 1899 Fulton street el renamed BMT #13 train 1924 - 4/27/1956 also served by the 14th street - Fulton BMT #17 train 9/23/1936, phased out 4/27/1956 demolished/ closed 4/27/1956
VAN SICKLEN AVE Fulton el (Brooklyn) opened 11/18/1889 steam locomotives served the Fulton st el 1889 - 1899, Brooklyn Rapid Transit (BRT) took over Fulton el in 1898 and electrified 1899 Fulton street el renamed BMT #13 train 1924 - 4/27/1956 also served by the 14th street - Fulton BMT #17 train 9/23/1936, phased out 4/27/1956 demolished/ closed 4/27/1956
LINWOOD STREET Fulton el (Brooklyn) opened 2/22/1892 steam locomotives served the Fulton st el 1892 - 1899, Brooklyn Rapid Transit (BRT) took over Fulton el in 1898 and electrified 1899 Fulton street el renamed BMT #13 train 1924 - 4/27/1956 also served by the 14th street - Fulton BMT #17 train 9/23/1936, phased out 4/27/1956 demolished/ closed 4/27/1956
MONTAUK AVE Fulton el (Brooklyn) opened 3/21/1892 steam locomotives served the Fulton st el 1892 - 1899, Brooklyn Rapid Transit (BRT) took over Fulton el in 1898 and electrified 1899 Fulton street el renamed BMT #13 train 1924 - 4/27/1956 also served by the 14th street - Fulton BMT #17 train 9/23/1936, phased out 4/27/1956 demolished/ closed 4/27/1956
CHESTNUT AVE Fulton el (Brooklyn) opened 7/16/1894 steam locomotives served the Fulton st el 1894 - 1899, Brooklyn Rapid Transit (BRT) took over Fulton el in 1898 and electrified 1899 Fulton street el renamed BMT #13 train 1924 - 4/27/1956 also served by the 14th street - Fulton BMT #17 train 9/23/1936, phased out 4/27/1956 demolished/ closed 4/27/1956
CRESCENT AVE Fulton el (Brooklyn) opened 7/16/1894 steam locomotives served the Fulton st el 1894 - 1899, Brooklyn Rapid Transit (BRT) took over Fulton el in 1898 and electrified 1899 Fulton street el renamed BMT #13 train 1924 - 4/27/1956 also served by the 14th street - Fulton BMT #17 train 9/23/1936, phased out 4/27/1956 demolished/ closed 4/27/1956
GRANT AVE (City Line terminal previously) Pitkin Ave el (Brooklyn) steam locomotives served the Fulton st el 7/16/1894 - 1899, Brooklyn Rapid Transit (BRT) took over Fulton el in 1898 and electrified 1899. This section of el was the 'newer' extension to the now demolished 1885 Fulton el. Current station was modified 9/25/1915 Fulton street el renamed BMT #13 train 1924 - 4/27/1956, also served 14th st - Fulton BMT #17 train 9/23/1936 - 4/27/1956 extended here 4/29/1956 - present, E extended here 4/29/1956 - 1969, CC extended here 1976 - 12/11/1988, (CC renamed C train 5/5/1986 - present) served by the Rockaway shuttle 6/28/1956, renamed HH train 11/26/1967 to 9/10/1972, HH brought back in service late 70s, renamed H on 5/5/86, H renamed S in 1994 present (A)
HUDSON ST (80th street) Bergen street el (Queens) opened 9/25/1915 -this section of el was the 'newer' extension to the now demolished 1885 Fulton el Fulton street el renamed BMT #13 train 1924 - 4/27/1956, also served 14th st - Fulton BMT #17 train 9/23/1936 - 4/27/1956 extended here 4/29/1956 - present, E extended here 4/29/1956 - 1969, CC extended here 1976 - 12/11/1988, (CC renamed C train 5/5/1986 - present) served by the Rockaway shuttle 6/28/1956, renamed HH train 11/26/1967 to 9/10/1972, HH brought back in service late 70s, renamed H on 5/5/86, H renamed S in 1994 present (A)
BOYD AVENUE (88th street) Bergen street el (Queens) opened 9/25/1915 - this section of el was the 'newer' extension to the now demolished 1885 Fulton el Fulton street el renamed BMT #13 train 1924 - 4/27/1956, also served 14th st - Fulton BMT #17 train 9/23/1936 - 4/27/1956 extended here 4/29/1956 - present, E extended here 4/29/1956 - 1969, CC extended here 1976 - 12/11/1988, (CC renamed C train 5/5/1986 - present) served by the Rockaway shuttle 6/28/1956, renamed HH train 11/26/1967 to 9/10/1972, HH brought back in service late 70s, renamed H on 5/5/86, H renamed S in 1994 present (A)
ROCKAWAY BLVD Liberty Ave el (Queens) opened 9/25/1915 - this section of el was the 'newer' extension to the now demolished 1885 Fulton el Fulton street el renamed BMT #13 train 1924 - 4/27/1956, also served 14th st - Fulton BMT #17 train 9/23/1936 - 4/27/1956 extended here 4/29/1956 - present, E extended here 4/29/1956 - 1969, CC extended here 1976 - 12/11/1988, (CC renamed C train 5/5/1986 - present) served by the Rockaway shuttle 6/28/1956, renamed HH train 11/26/1967 to 9/10/1972, HH brought back in service late 70s, renamed H on 5/5/86, H renamed S in 1994 present (A)
OXFORD AVE (104th street) Liberty Ave el (Queens) opened 9/25/1915 - this section of el was the 'newer' extension to the now demolished 1885 Fulton el Fulton street el renamed BMT #13 train 1924 - 4/27/1956 also served by the 14th street - Fulton BMT #17 train 9/23/1936, phased out 4/27/1956 train extended here 4/29/1956 - present, E train extended here 4/29/1956 - 1969 present (A)
111 ST Liberty Ave el (Queens) opened 9/25/1915 - this section of el was the 'newer' extension to the now demolished 1885 Fulton el Fulton street el renamed BMT #13 train 1924 - 4/27/1956 also served by the 14th street - Fulton BMT #17 train 9/23/1936, phased out 4/27/1956 train extended here 4/29/1956 - present, E train extended here 4/29/1956 - 1969 present (A)
LEFFERTS BLVD Liberty Ave el (Queens) opened 9/25/1915 - this section of el was the 'newer' extension to the now demolished 1885 Fulton el Fulton street el renamed BMT #13 train 1924 - 4/27/1956 also served by the 14th street - Fulton BMT #17 train 9/23/1936, phased out 4/27/1956 train extended here 4/29/1956 - present, E train extended here 4/29/1956 - 1969 present (A)


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THE SEA BEACH LINE (BMT #4)
CULVER - FIFTH AVE EL (BMT #5b)
THE BRIGHTON LINE - FIFTH AVE EL
THE WEST END - FIFTH AVE EL
FOURTH AVE SUBWAY ASTORIA (BMT #2)
FRANKLYN SHUTTLE (BMT #7)
THE JAMAICA EL - (BMT #15)
MYRTLE-CHAMBERS - WEST END (BMT #10)
JAMAICA EL SKIP STOP SERVICE
THE CANARSIE LINE (BMT #16)
THE FULTON ST EL - (BMT #13)
ASTORIA EL - BROADWAY SUBWAY
THE CONEY ISLAND ELEVATED
ASTORIA EL SHUTTLE (BMT #8)
FLUSHING EL SHUTTLE (BMT #9)
14TH - FULTON ST EL (BMT #17)
THE M BANKERS SPECIAL (brighton)
BROOKLYN SHORTLINE (BMT #14)
THE M BANKERS SPECIAL (fourth ave)
LEXINGTON AVE EL (BMT #12)
FIFTH AVENUE EL - (BMT #6)
BROADWAY - WEST END LINE (BMT #3a)
CULVER - NASSAU EXPRESS - (BMT #5a)
WEST END-NASSAU EXPRESS (BMT #3b)
SUNNY SUMMER SUNDAY SPECIAL
MYRTLE-CHAMBERS / BRIGHTON BEACH
BRIGHTON LINE VIA TUNNEL (BMT #1a)
THE MYRTLE AVE EL - (BMT #11)
SEA BEACH - BRIGHTON EXPRESS
MYRTLE-CHAMBERS / FOURTH AVE

BOYNTON BICYCLE RAILROAD
THE BAY RIDGE BRANCH (X train)
BEACH PNEUMATIC TRANSIT

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