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Both platforms have their original Dual Contracts mosaic trim line and name tablets. "B" tablets for "Brook" run along the trim line at regular intervals and the name tablets have "BROOK AVE." in Times New Roman font. Dark yellow i-beam columns run along the platforms at regular intervals with every other one having the standard black name plate with white lettering.
Both platforms were extended at either ends in the 1960s to accommodate the current standard length of an IRT train (510 feet). The extensions are noticeable as they are narrower than the rest of the platforms, have no columns, and the trim line is blue with "BROOK AVE" in white sans serif font. The extensions result in the platforms being slightly offset.
Both platforms have one same-level fare control area at the center. Each one has a turnstile bank, token booth, and two street stairs. The ones on the Pelham Bay Park-bound platform go up to either southern corners of Brook Avenue and East 138th Street while the ones on the Manhattan-bound platform go up to either northern corners.
There are no crossovers or crossunders to allow free transfers between uptown and downtown trains.
- nycsubway.org — IRT Pelham Line: Brook Avenue
- Station Reporter — 6 train
- The Subway Nut — Brook Avenue Pictures
- Brook Avenue entrance from Google Maps Street View