is an area under the trestle leading to Ozone Park Station that has not
been walled-up for business purposes. In this case, a chain-link
fence divides the leased-business area from the public land.
A lone signal tower, apparently in very good condition, helped to guide trains out of Ozone Park Station.
This is the 103rd Avenue trestle. It is in fairly good condition, especially when compared to the trestle at 101 Avenue.
A view of the southbound Ozone Park Station, looking North. The station reminds everyone of a bygone era, when the Rockaways were a tourist area for the residents of the City of New York, and Ozone Park Station was the gateway to paradise.
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