Here are the answers to the questions from a board game from the late 1980s called New York City – A Trivia Game that I posted Friday:
- Sixth Avenue is more accurately known as what? – Avenue of the Americas
- In 1904, New York’s subway system opened a single line that ran between what two points? – City Hall and Grand Central Station
- There are six different streets that meet at Sheridan Square in Greenwich Village. Name them. – Christopher St., Grove St., West 4th St., Waverly Place, Washington Place, and Seventh Ave.
- In what section of town is New York University located? – Greenwich Village
- What is New York’s oldest amusement ride? – the Merry-Go-Round at Central Park [that opened in 1871; the Coney Island Carousel didn’t open until 1876].
How did you do? Stay tuned – more to come…
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Randolph Mase, Fiction Writer
Death on Broadway
Death Beneath the Streets
Death in Central Park
Death in The Cloisters (under construction)