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103rd Street opened September 10, 1932, is a two level local station with northbound trains using the upper level and southbound trains using the lower level. There used to be three entrances to this station, but only one of them remains. This entrance contains one street stair to the mezzanine on the northbound platform with one stair level down to the southbound platform. Signs to abandoned 102nd and 104th Street exits are covered with red with white “Exit” signs. The northbound express track runs from the upper to lower level before rising up at 110th Street.