This one was all too easy for a few of you. This week's CornerSpotter photograph, taken on June 1, 1937, shows the corner of Metropolitan and Graham Avenues in Williamsburg. Although these days the subway entrance on that corner accesses the L train, in 1937, the GG line served this stop. This photograph precedes the formation of the MTA by 28 years. So perhaps, unlike its single-lettered sister, the GG was wonderfully efficient!
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