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'''Frankfort High''' is a station on the [[Liberty City Subway]] system. It is located at the intersection of Wardite Street and Frankfort Avenue along the border of the [[Northwood]] and [[North Holland]] neighborhoods in northern [[Algonquin]], [[Liberty City in GTA IV Era|Liberty City]]. It is distinguished from [[Frankfort Low]], located under the station, in that it is an elevated station, while Frankfort Low is underground. [[K/C Algonquin Inner Line]] trains stop at the station. The station is the final stop on the K/C Algonquin Inner Line; in [[Bohan]], the line becomes known as the [[B/E Bohan Line]]. It is the only elevated station on the Algonquin island, and the only elevated station on the entire network to contain ticket barriers (however the player can just pass them). Navigating the station can be tricky, especially at night as the 1st level is dark, making finding the stairs to the platforms a little difficlut to find.
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'''Frankfort High''' is a station on the [[Liberty City Subway]] system. It is located at the intersection of Wardite Street and Frankfort Avenue along the border of the [[Northwood]] and [[North Holland]] neighborhoods in northern [[Algonquin]], [[Liberty City in GTA IV Era|Liberty City]]. It is distinguished from [[Frankfort Low]], located in the same area, in that it is an elevated station, while Frankfort Low is underground. [[K/C Algonquin Inner Line]] trains stop at the station. The station is the final stop on the K/C Algonquin Inner Line; in [[Bohan]], the line becomes known as the [[B/E Bohan Line]]. It is the only elevated station on the Algonquin island, and the only elevated station on the entire network to contain ticket barriers (however the player can just pass them). Navigating the station can be tricky, especially at night as the 1st level is dark, making finding the stairs to the platforms a little difficlut to find.
  
 
Its location and design are indicative of the station's inspiration: the elevated [[wp:125th Street (IRT Broadway–Seventh Avenue Line)|125th Street station]] at the border between Morningside Heights and Harlem, in northern Manhattan, New York City. The station's steel arch model has also been incorporated into the [[Huntington Street LTA|Huntington Street station]].
 
Its location and design are indicative of the station's inspiration: the elevated [[wp:125th Street (IRT Broadway–Seventh Avenue Line)|125th Street station]] at the border between Morningside Heights and Harlem, in northern Manhattan, New York City. The station's steel arch model has also been incorporated into the [[Huntington Street LTA|Huntington Street station]].
  
 
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[[Category:Subway Stations in Liberty City]]

Revision as of 14:49, 1 May 2010

Frankfort High
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Liberty City Subway station

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Station information
Line K/C Algonquin Inner Line
Service K/C
Platforms 2
Tracks 2
Other
Borough Algonquin
Next north San Quentin Avenue (B/E Bohan Line): K/C
Next south North Park: K/C

Frankfort High is a station on the Liberty City Subway system. It is located at the intersection of Wardite Street and Frankfort Avenue along the border of the Northwood and North Holland neighborhoods in northern Algonquin, Liberty City. It is distinguished from Frankfort Low, located in the same area, in that it is an elevated station, while Frankfort Low is underground. K/C Algonquin Inner Line trains stop at the station. The station is the final stop on the K/C Algonquin Inner Line; in Bohan, the line becomes known as the B/E Bohan Line. It is the only elevated station on the Algonquin island, and the only elevated station on the entire network to contain ticket barriers (however the player can just pass them). Navigating the station can be tricky, especially at night as the 1st level is dark, making finding the stairs to the platforms a little difficlut to find.

Its location and design are indicative of the station's inspiration: the elevated 125th Street station at the border between Morningside Heights and Harlem, in northern Manhattan, New York City. The station's steel arch model has also been incorporated into the Huntington Street station.