A new mural at the Brooklyn College subway station will carry on the legacy of an MTA train operator who was tragically killed in an arson attack last year.

Joined by his family on Monday, transit officials unveiled a mural and plaque celebrating Garrett Goble, who was found unconscious on the tracks after helping riders flee a fire at the Central Park North110th Street station last March.

The newly-unveiled mural comes several months after transit officials first announced they would dedicate the station to Goble, who grew up in Brooklyn.

The mural at Flatbush Avenue-Brooklyn College station honors Garrett Goble, who grew up in Brooklyn and was killed in an arson attack.

The mural at Flatbush Avenue-Brooklyn College station honors Garret Goble, who grew up in Brooklyn and was killed in an arson attack. (Marc A. Hermann / MTA) […]

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