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The Prospect Park and Coney Island Railroad, commonly known as the Culver Line, was a railroad in the U.S. state of New York. Most of its main line, from near Wikipedia:Prospect Park, Brooklyn south to Coney Island, is now the BMT Culver Line of the New York City Subway. The company also owned a streetcar line from Prospect Park north to downtown Brooklyn, which later became the BMT's Vanderbilt Avenue service.

The original stations on the line were:

Name Opening date Location Notes
Greenwood June 19, 1875 At 9th Ave. between 19th and 20th Sts Converted to trolley operation in 1916 when the route of the Culver line changed to the East River
Turner’s Station 1875 Near Ft. Hamilton Parkway Only operated in 1875 and 1876
Kensington 1890 At the corner of Gravesend Ave. and Avenue C
Parkville 1875 At the crossing with the Bay Ridge line
Washington Station At Ave. K For Washington Cemetery
Harris Station (Woodlawn) 1875 At Ave. N Name changed to Woodlawn in 1878
Kings Highway 1875
Jockey Club Race Course Between Aves. S and T
Gravesend 1875 At Gravesend Ave. and Neck Road
Van Sicklens 1875 North of Neptune Ave.
Coney Island 1875 At the beach Cut back when Surf Ave. was built in 1883.