40 St-Lowery St

40 St-Lowery St

40 St-Lowery St is named after the 19-century farm that was owned and operated by the Lowery family during the 1800s (NY Daily News). During a 1998 renovation of the 7 line, this station lost part of it’s name, but due to the efforts of several community members, including Pat Dorfman of Access Queens, it’s historical moniker was restored (Times Weekly). Today, the station is decorated with a 1999 work of faceted glass by Yumi Heo, titled “Q is for Queens.”

Birthday April 21, 1917
Locale Sunnyside
Tracks Local
ADA-Compliant
Free Crossover

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Riders' Tips ?

Alternative Transit Options

  • The Q32 bus runs along Madison Av. There’s a stop at Grand Central too.
  • If you're South of Queens Boulevard, walk to 48th Ave. and take the Q39 to Court Sq to catch the E or M into Manhattan.
  • Take the Q60 from Queens Boulevard. It drops you off at the Ed Koch Queensboro Bridge in Manhattan (60th St).

Survival Tips

  • Consider leaving for work 20 minutes earlier to avoid the rush-hour crowd. Otherwise, head to the back of the train for more of a chance to get on.

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Top Complaints ?

  • Train Service — riders caution frequent service delays

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Future Plans

There is no new information about 40 St-Lowery St at this time.