The following photos document repairs and other miscellany at the 182nd-183rd and 170th Street stations.
[182nd-183rd Streets station]
[Fig. 1] New patch of tile on the northbound platform, which makes the surrounding decay stand out even more.
[Fig. 2] A sampling of the decay in question.
[Fig. 3] Look, ma – new tiles!
[Fig. 4] The rehabilitated stairwell spots a fresh paint job and reinforced steps.
[Fig. 5] New patches of tile and fresh paint…and surrounding decay.
[Fig. 6] Another freshly fixed stairwell.
[Fig. 7] View of the above stairwell from the mezzanine.
[Fig. 8] More decay. These component repairs aren’t enough – these stations need full-scale rehabs!
[Fig. 9] Another patch job.
[Fig. 10] Another rehabilitated stairwell.
[Fig. 11] Work underway on a stairwell on the northbound platform.
[Fig. 12] Looks like the southbound track is getting some TLC soon.
[170th Street station]
All photos taken from the northbound platform, save for the last one.
[Fig. 13] Name tablet.
[Fig. 14] Glorious ceiling decay, though it’s not as bad here as it is at 182nd-183rd Sts.
[Fig. 15] This stairwell seems to have received minor TLC.
[Fig. 17] The ceiling TLC here, however, is recent.
[Fig. 18] More evidence of recent ceiling TLC.
[Fig. 19] Unfortunately, the TLC didn’t extend to the ceiling on the southbound platform.
[Fig. B1] Small park above the 170th Street underpass on the west side of the Concourse.
[Fig. B2] The recently renovated Edgar Allan Poe Cottage in Poe Park.