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IND Sixth Avenue Line

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  1. The Sixth Avenue Line is a rapid transit line of the B Division of the New York City Subway in the United States

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  2. built to replace the elevated IRT Sixth Avenue Line (which closed and was demolished in 1939)

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  3. runs mainly under Sixth Avenue in Manhattan, and continues south through the Rutgers Street Tunnel to Brooklyn

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  4. the last trunk line of the Independent Subway System, completed in 1940

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  5. The majority of the line has four tracks, two local and two express

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