Date closed: Unknown
Most of the city’s abandoned subway stations sport at least a minor air of mystery, but this one’s very existence has been hotly debated for years. “The station cannot be found on any map, however, nor can it be reached by any train,” the New York Times wrote in 2003. “If it exists, in fact, it is nothing more than a dark four-track IND subway station with blue tiles, on the A line near Ozone Park, Queens.” The station is rumored to be part of a plan to extend the A line to 229th St in the Cambria Heights area of Queens and to lie behind a tunnel that was sealed off in 1952 -- meaning that even if it does exist, it’s near-impossible to access. There is next to no visual documentation of the station, though the daredevil urban photographer known as Dark Cyanide recently snapped some pics of a concrete wall he believes it’s hiding behind.