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Queensboro Tunnel.
Subways, Fourteenth Street Cut, Cast Iron Ring, Section North Tube Looking West, #18.
Subways, Fourteenth Street Cut for Subway, Rock Cut Looking West, Shaft 1.
Lexington Avenue Subway at 96th Street Station, #2. South portion of west tunnel looking south.
Lexington Avenue Subway at 96th Street Station, #3. Detail of west wall of tunnel, showing crack over mosaic and spoiling of tile.
Lexington Avenue Subway at 96th Street Station, #4. North face of tunnel wall, east to west.
Lexington Avenue Subway at 96th Street Station, #5. West wall of east tunnel, from track level.
Queensboro Tunnel.
Queensboro Tunnel.
Subways, Fourteenth Street Cut for Subway, #1.
[Engineers in tunnel during construction of present IRT at City Hall Station.]
[Subway tunnel.]
[Digging subway tube under East River for Queensboro Subway.]
[Unloading ring from truck.]
[North tunnel shield.]
[Tunnel construction.]
[Tunnel construction.]
[South tunnel (land), man lock and tender.]
181st Sta., Broadway Subway. 11126102.
A Kiss in the Dark.
Shaft No. 4, Steinway Tunnel.
Unidentified track tunnel.
Subway tunnel construction at Lexington Avenue and 97th Street.
Unidentified tunnel.
Railroad tunnels and bridge, south of Central Avenue.
Unidentified tunnel.
Unidentified subway tracks.
Unidentified subway tracks.
Ring #97 Northbound Express tunnel.
Southbound express tunnel.
Northern section of land tunnel.
Man inside the southern end of a river tunnel.
Proposed Arcade Railway. Under Broadway. View Near Wall Street.
Swett's Proposed Elevated Railway -- For Broadway
Waterfront. [Under elevated railway tracks.]
Aerial view, 8th Avenue Subway Station
6th Avenue subway, detail of stairs at 50th Street station.
Subway Construction.
[Mayor McClellen on first subway trip.]
[First actual work at Bleecker and Greene Streets.]
Broadway Series. View looking north from 126th Street where the subway becomes elevated.
Broadway Series. View looking north from 122nd Street, where the subway comes above ground.