Located in the shadow of the els is the hood known as Broadway Junction. It goes from Atlantic to Bushwick Aves between Granville Payne Ave and the NY&A Railway. This hood is mostly commercial, though are some residential property. Originally this area wasn't home too much an was pretty rural and was known as Jamaica Pass for being on the way to Jamaica, Queens. Its settlement didn't start comming until the LIRR was made to go through this area with a stop at East NY. In 1884, the Fulton St El was errected to allow for transit for the rest of Brooklyn. The trains made it take up a new name, which was Broadway Junction. As the subway took over the lines, a railyard was built north of its main station. Broadway Junction became industrialized throughout the 1900's. Much of the area today still isn't much, but it was local business can locate. You can get here by taking the subway to Broadway Junction-Easter Pkwy (J, L, Z) or Broadway Junction-East NY (A, C) as well as the City Terminal Zone of the LIRR to the East NY station. Here is what you will find in Broadway Junction.