There are elevated urban rail stretches in a
number of U.S. cities. But can anyplace else claim to have two
levels to its elevated, each height carrying its assigned line or
lines to and from the downtown on a differing route?
This photo is near the Stillwell Ave. terminal, Coney
Island, Brooklyn. We are near the end on the Culver Line, and
above us are the tracks for the Brighton Line. A red
light has us momentarily stopped.