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[[Image:BEDFORDPOINT.jpg|right|thumb|200px|Bedford Point at night.]]
 
[[Image:BEDFORDPOINT.jpg|right|thumb|200px|Bedford Point at night.]]
'''Bedford Point''' is Liberty City's downtown area. Bedford Point borders Torrington, and Belleville Park. Bedford Point is also contains the lower Subway Station for the Liberty City mass transit system. The Subway will take you to Portland (Chinatown), Francis Intl. Airport, and Liberty Campus's upper Subway Station. Bedford Point has a church on the west side with two cone shaped towers. This is most likely home to a Liberty City convent. Bedford Point has the city's version of NYC's Times Square, and the tallest buildings in the city.  
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'''Bedford Point''' is Liberty City's downtown area. Bedford Point borders Torrington, and Belleville Park. Bedford Point also contains the lower Subway Station for the Liberty City mass transit system. The Subway will take you to Chinatown, Francis Intl. Airport, and Liberty Campus's upper Subway Station. Bedford Point has a church on the west side with two cone shaped towers. This is most likely home to a Liberty City convent. Bedford Point is the city's version of NYC's Times Square, and the tallest buildings in the city.  
  
 
[[Category:Districts in Liberty City]]
 
[[Category:Districts in Liberty City]]
 
[[Category:Districts in Staunton Island]]
 
[[Category:Districts in Staunton Island]]

Revision as of 16:09, 18 June 2008

File:BEDFORDPOINT.jpg
Bedford Point at night.

Bedford Point is Liberty City's downtown area. Bedford Point borders Torrington, and Belleville Park. Bedford Point also contains the lower Subway Station for the Liberty City mass transit system. The Subway will take you to Chinatown, Francis Intl. Airport, and Liberty Campus's upper Subway Station. Bedford Point has a church on the west side with two cone shaped towers. This is most likely home to a Liberty City convent. Bedford Point is the city's version of NYC's Times Square, and the tallest buildings in the city.