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High Street Studios

High Street - Brooklyn Bridge Two tracks, one island platform. Lilac purple and deep violet tile band. The closely-spaced captions read simply High. Bright purple tile mosaics indicate To All Trains, To Fulton Street, To Adams Street. A painted sign points the way to the nearby St. George Hotel. The High Street Station opened in 1933. Fuka, the founder of High Street Studios, lived in Brooklyn Heights, while studying in New York in the late sixties. You are listening to the A Train revisited* by Raphaël Garraud for High Street Studios communications in 2011. *Imagined, and closely inspired by Duke Ellington's version of the A train.