181st Street Subway Station Reopens

Had been shuttered for two weeks

Monday, Aug 31, 2009  |  Updated 7:45 AM EDT
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181st Street Subway Station Reopens

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A subway rider pases her Metrocard through a turnstile.

The 181st Street subway station in Manhattan, which was closed when a portion of the brick ceiling facade fell on the roadbed, reopened on Monday morning.

Train service on the No. 1 line had been bypassing the Washington Heights station since Aug. 16.

Transit officials say riders should be we wary of limited space on the platform due to scaffolding.

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