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CITY OPENS SUBWAY TO BROOKLYN TODAY; Regular Express Service on the Extension of Independent Line Starts at 6:05 A.M. 3 LARGE STATIONS ADDED Fast Trains to Make Run From 207th St. to Borough Hall in 37 Minutes. 43 MORE MEN ON JOBS Officials Look for Rise in income as Financial District Is Brought Into New Route. - The New York Times

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CITY OPENS SUBWAY TO BROOKLYN TODAY; Regular Express Service on the Extension of Independent Line Starts at 6:05 A.M. 3 LARGE STATIONS ADDED Fast Trains to Make Run From 207th St. to Borough Hall in 37 Minutes. 43 MORE MEN ON JOBS Officials Look for Rise in income as Financial District Is Brought Into New Route.

Feb. 1, 1933
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Operation of the Eighth Avenue subway to Borough Hall, Brooklyn, by way of the Cranberry Street tubes under the East River, Trill start at 6:05 A.M. today. At that hour the express train arriving at the Chambers Street station in Manhattan will make the first passenger run over the new link. View Full Article in Timesmachine »

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