4. Sedgwick and Jerome-Anderson Avenue Subway Station
Abandoned Sedgwick and Jerome-Anderson station in the Bronx. Image via Vanshnookenragen
The abandoned Sedgwick and Jerome-Anderson station in the Bronx , one of many in the city that have been decommissioned, first opened in 1918. It was once a part of the Ninth Avenue El, which was the first elevated railway in New York City history. The station closed in 1958.
While most of the stops on the line have since been demolished, pieces of the tracks at the Sedgwick and Jerome-Anderson station still remain in ruins. Access to the Jerome-Anderson side of the station is extremely limited today as the elevated platforms are gone, so a bit of climbing is required to see some of the best portions of the abandoned tracks. However, the Segswick side of the platform is more visitor-friendly as it is accessible via footbridge.