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- This article is about the New York City Subway station in Brooklyn. For the subway station in Manhattan at Seventh Avenue and 53rd Street, see Seventh Avenue (IND Queens Boulevard Line).
Seventh Avenue is a station on the BMT Brighton Line of the New York City Subway. Located at the intersection of Seventh Avenue and Flatbush Avenue in Wikipedia:Park Slope, Brooklyn, it is served by the Q train at all times and by the B train on weekdays.
This station has two tracks and two side platforms. Each platform has two closed staircases that lead to a closed portion of the mezzanine above the platforms. Just north of the station, a hole in the tunnel allows a view of the southbound local track of the IRT Eastern Parkway Line. At this point in the complex Flatbush Avenue tunnel, the local tracks of that line straddle the Brighton tracks, while the IRT express tracks run at a lower level.