Liberty City Subway station
|Lines|| Algonquin Inner Line|
Algonquin Outer Line
|Services||Algonquin Inner Line, Algonquin Outer Line|
|Next north||East Park: Algonquin Inner Line|
|Hove Beach (Broker Line): A/J|
|Next south||City Hall: Algonquin Inner Line|
|Emerald: Algonquin Outer Line|
Easton is the main transfer station of the LTA system, with two lines of the subway converging there: the Algonquin Inner Line and the Algonquin Outer Line (which connect to the E/B Bohan Line and 3/8 Broker Line, respectively). The station is the final stop on the A/J Algonquin Outer Line; in Broker, the line becomes known as the 3/8 Broker Line.
Easton station is a three-entrance station extending from The Triangle to Easton in central Algonquin, Liberty City. Two of its entrances are located to the east on both sides of Columbus Avenue between Iron and Hematite Streets, along the border between The Triangle and Easton, while the westernmost entrance is located at Burlesque in The Triangle.
The station is notable for its unique design as a subway station. In addition to its conventional entrances towards the east, the entrance at Burlesque is embedded into the Daily Globe building and bears a unique and modern facade, a cross of entrances of the Times Square – 42nd Street station at 42nd Street and 7th Avenue . The station also features a long underground concourse connected to all three exits and two stations, as well as wide hallways to and from the entrances and concourse.
The Burlesque (Road) entrance into the Easton station, seen here with distinctive decors and a clear indication of its interconnectivity in the train network.