|Former New York City Subway station|
|Address||East 133rd Street (now Bruckner Boulevard) between Alexander and Willis Avenues|
Bronx, NY 10451
|Services||IRT Second Avenue Line|
IRT Third Avenue Line
|Platforms||1 island platform|
|Opened||May 17, 1886|
|Closed||June 11, 1940 (2nd Ave.)|
May 12, 1955 (3rd Ave.)
|Next north||138th Street|
|Next south||129th Street|
133rd Street was a station on the IRT Third Avenue Line. It was originally opened on May 17, 1886 by the Suburban Rapid Transit Company, and was the first stop in the Bronx after crossing the Harlem River. It had two tracks and one island platform, and was also the terminus of the Third Avenue Line until May 23, 1886 when it was expanded to 143rd Street. Besides Third Avenue Line trains, it was also served by trains of the IRT Second Avenue Line until June 11, 1940, when Second Avenue service ended. This station closed on May 12, 1955, with the ending of all service on the Third Avenue El south of 149th Street.
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