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Encyclopedia > Canal Street

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Canal Street: Information from Answers.com (1032 words)
Canal Street was built alongside the construction of the Rochdale Canal, with pubs built to service the users of the canal.
Canal Street has always welcomed all comers, but it was felt by the gay community that the street was becoming too commercialised and losing its original ethos.
The rejuvenation of Canal Street in the Nineties was the backdrop for Manchester Slingback, a crime novel by Nicholas Blincoe.
Canal Street Complex (1320 words)
IRT East Side Lexington Ave (On Lafayette Ave at Canal Street) opened 10/27/1904: This station is part of the original IRT route, and was expanded during the 1950's platform extensions.
BMT Nassau Street (On Centre Street at Canal Street) Opened 3/14/1913: Station is now 2 active tracks on 1 island platform, in October 2004 NYCT completed a dramatic realignment of the Nassau Street line from south of Canal Street to Essex Street.
This area has one F/T booth to the S/W corner of Centre and Canal Streets, there is at least 1 ghost booth and 1 closed exit on the east side of Centre Street, they were sealed prior to the start of the realignment project.
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