Users' questions

How do you get to Brighton Beach station?

How do you get to Brighton Beach station?

How do I get to Brighton beach by train? It only takes 11 minutes to walk from Brighton station to the beach. Simply head out of the station and walk down Queens Road to the very end, where you’ll see the beach right in front of you.

What stops does the B train make?

Bedford Park Blvd. Grand Concourse.

  • Kingsbridge Rd. Grand Concourse.
  • Fordham Rd. Grand Concourse.
  • 182-183 Sts. Grand Concourse.
  • v. Grand Concourse.
  • 174-175 Sts. Grand Concourse.
  • 170 St. Grand Concourse.
  • 167 St. Grand Concourse.
  • Is Brighton Beach NYC safe?

    Brighton Beach was ranked the third most “dangerous looking” neighborhood in the city, coming in behind Greenpoint and East New York. Prospect Heights won high marks as being the “richest” and “safest” looking neighborhood in the city.

    Where can I catch the Q train?

    Q trains operate between Coney Island-Stillwell Av, Brooklyn, and 96 St/ Second Av, Manhattan, at all times. In Manhattan, Q service operates on Second Av stopping at 96 St, 86 St, 72 St, then Lexington Av/63 St, and 57 St/7 Av.

    How long is the subway from Brighton Beach to Manhattan?

    The subway journey time between Manhattan and Brighton Beach is around 52 min and covers a distance of around 16 miles. The fastest subway normally takes 50 min. Operated by MTA, the Manhattan to Brighton Beach subway service departs from 86 St and arrives in Brighton Beach.

    Which is the best way to get to Brighton by train?

    The main station exit takes you onto Queens Road – head straight down towards the sea and keep and walking til you reach the beach, it’s around an 11-minute walk. Travelling by train is the fastest, easiest and greenest way to get to Brighton from the other UK destinations.

    Where is the Brighton Line in New York City?

    Brighton Line service consisting of “D” trains began operating from 205th St and Bainbridge Avenue in the Bronx, via Grand Concourse, Central Park West and new 6th Avenue express tracks over the north side of the Manhattan Bridge to Brighton Beach.

    When did the Brighton Beach Railroad become a railroad?

    The BF&CI was then reorganized as the Brooklyn & Brighton Beach Railroad in 1887. After losing its connection to the LIRR, the Brighton line began negotiations with the Kings County Elevated Company to route its trains downtown via the Fulton Street El. Through service began on the Fulton El in 1896.