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July 29, 2008

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Thanks for starting this "tour" of Prospect Park. It was three years ago when I first saw the Park as I was finishing the Brooklyn Half-Marathon. It was a wondeful thing to see so much natural beauty "deep in the heart of Brooklyn, NY".
My wife and I are from Philadelphia and make a monthly pilgrimage to New York and the supprounding "countryside". I think it's time she saw Prospect Park and would like to take her there. Can you suggest the best way to the Park from the Wall Street area ? If you can't I can probably "noodle it out" from MTA's website.
Thanks again for your observations and beautiful photos.
Very best regards,
Rob Allen

Hi, I don't want to horn in on Brenda's fabulous territory, but as a lifelong subway jockey, I just want to point out that you can pick up either the 2 & 3 trains at Wall Street and take them to Grand Army Plaza, or a little farther up to Eastern Parkway/Brooklyn Museum.

http://www.mta.nyc.ny.us/nyct/service/twoline.htm

You can check out the MTA map and see if some other lines might work for you, but I think these trains are your best bet.

We now return you to our regularly scheduled blog...

Thanks, Rob, and...thanks, Rob!!!

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