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[City Hall subway station.]
City Hall Park & Subway Entrances
[City Hall and Municipal Building.]
City Hall and Subway, New York
City Hall and Subway Station. New York.
City Hall Subway Station, New York.
Subway Opening, Oct. 27, 1904
Borough Hall, Showing Subway Entrance, Brooklyn N. Y.
City Hall Showing Underground R.R. N.Y.
Both Sides of Broadway from Bowling Green to Worth Street [City Hall and City Hall Park.]
City Hall & Underground R. R. N.Y.
Underground Loop Station at City Hall, New York.
City Hall Loop, Rapid Transit Tunnel
[Change booth area, City Hall Station.]
City Hall Showing Underground R. R. N. Y.
Inspection of the Rapid Transit Subway
[Exit and entrance stairways at the City Hall Station.
City Hall Subway Station, N.Y. City.
[City Hall Park on groundbreaking day of subway.]
[Commemoration of 1900 subway ground-breaking.]
[City Hall Park, near Lexington Avenue subway entrance.]
[Engineers in tunnel during construction of present IRT at City Hall Station.]
[Arch and stairway from train platform at the City Hall Station.]
[75th anniversary of subway ground-breaking.]
10275401. Interior New Subway Car No. 6400 at City Hall Station.
Admit the Bearer [A. Leo and two] to subway passenger stations of the Interborough Rapid Transit Company
[Surrogate's Court and Hall of Records building, 31 Chambers Street.]
City Hall Loop, Rapid Transit Tunnel.
[Stairway from train platform.]
[Detail of one panel of a skylight.]
[Panel of a skylight.]
Inspection of the Rapid Transit Railroad
Subway Presentation Tray and Presentation Case
City Hall Ticket Office, Rapid Transit Tunnel
Hungarian Refugees in N.Y.C.
Celebration of the Commencement of Work on Rapid Transit Railroad
Celebration of the commencement of the Rapid Transit Railroad
Opening of the Rapid Transit Railroad
Interior R-16 Car No. 6400 at BMT City Hall Sta. 10275402.
[Woolworth Building from the Municipal Building showing City Hall and the old post office.]
Ceremonial shovel used in making the first excavation for the subway on March 24, 1900
New York Sky Line from Brooklyn, N.Y.