West 14 Street, East 14 Street

Eastbound Views

West 14 Street begins at 11 Avenue (NY 9A) in Manhattan. The High Line, an abandoned elevated railroad track that was converted into a park, passes over the street. There are oversized street name signs at 10 Avenue and 9 Avenue. The section up until 9 Avenue is a cobblestone street.
Photos taken June 2011.
West 14 Street runs east as a four-lane undivided road. There are oversized street name signs at 8 Avenue, 7 Avenue, and 6 Avenue.
Photos taken 2011-2012.
West 14 Street intersects 5 Avenue at a traffic light with an oversized street name sign. West 14 Street changes names here to become East 14 Street.
Photo taken March 2012.
East 14 Street runs east as a four-lane undivided road. Union Square is on the left here. There are oversized street name signs at Union Square West, University Place, Union Square East, Broadway, and 4 Avenue.
Photos taken March-July 2012.
Irving Place begins on the left at this traffic light.
Photo taken March 2012.
East 14 Street continues to the east. There are oversized street name signs at 3 Avenue and 2 Avenue.
Photos taken March 2012.

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