Enter New York’s extreme subway stations

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NEW YORK (PIX11) – Subway ridership is the highest since 1949.

The system carried 1.708 billion riders in 2013 (that’s about 5.5 million each weekday). Weekend ridership is at the highest levels ever.

Brooklyn is home to the largest percentage increase with more than 27,000 riders each weekday.

But the system is home to so many unique stations — watch the video to take a tour of the most extreme.

The tallest station is Smith/9th in Brooklyn and the deepest is 191st.

What do you think is the coolest?

PIX11’s Greg Mocker suggests the Beverely Roadd Station on the Q in Brooklyn.

Beverley Road Subway Station

Beverley Road Subway Station along the Q in Brooklyn



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