Park Avenue tunnel, looking north from Murray Hill Tunnel Station, at 38th Street, on July 17, 1923. (Courtesy NYC Municipal Archives) I’ve always wanted to ride my bike through this tunnel. Technically, you aren’t supposed to, but the tunnel is so short that I’d be in and out of there before anybody would even be [...]
The line for this tunnel project is ridiculous. I don’t expect that I’ll get a chance to go in here next Saturday, but that’s ok, because I’m content with this video here. It probably gives me a better view of it than being there any way.
Look at this set of photos posted on Gothamist of an underground Subway tunnel party taking place in what some are saying to be the abandoned 2nd Avenue Subway section from Canal St. to Pell St. The organizers of the event met up in DUMBO and then took a walk presumably towards Manhattan and entered [...]
I’m revisiting this video here of a woman named Brooklyn who is/was homeless in NYC and living in the side storage spaces next to the Riverside Amtrak Tunnels (also known as the Freedom Tunnels). As I watched this, I realized that…hell, I’ve been inside her house before. A very weird feeling indeed.