Subways, Fourteenth Street Cut, Cast Iron Ring, Section North Tube Looking West, #18.
The south tube of the 61st Street and East River subway tunnel.
Untitled [Tunnels under Park Ave. Viaduct]
View of the tunnels under the Park Avenue Viaduct. A man wearing a hat can be seen under the left tunnel....
Hotels Murray Hill, Belmont, Manhattan, Biltmore and Commodore, Copy, H. Bierdermann's drawing of Pershing Sqr. Hotels, Subways and Grand Central.
Drawing by H. Bierdermann of the Pershing Square area, showing underground cut-away of subways and trains,...
Subways, Fourteenth Street Cut for Subway, Rock Cut Looking West, Shaft 1.
Men working in shaft #1 of the 14th Street subway tunnel. Dump cars, shovels and the rock face are visible....
Central Park Snow Scene
West Side Highway, Department of Parks.
34th Street and Park Avenue.
The Church of the Messiah at 34th Street and Park Avenue is visible on the left.
Subways, Fourteenth Street Cut for Subway, #1.
The tunnel of rock cut #1 of the 14th Street subway tunnel. Dump cars and steel beams and tracks are...
Photographs, Prints & Drawings
Photographs, Prints & Drawings
Various Views of Brooklyn Battery Tunnel, Entrances and Approaches
Brooklyn Battery Tunnel, Various Views of Brooklyn End
The Weehawken Ferry Story [Interior of either the Holland or the Lincoln Tunnel.]
The Weehawken Ferry Story [Entrance to either the Holland or the Lincoln Tunnel.]
The Weehawken Ferry Story [Railroad tunnel.]
Possibly in Haverstaw, N.Y.
The Holland Tunnel
For devotion beyond the call of duty. May 13, 1949. Eric S. Barron.
For a Further Unification of the People
Lincoln Tunnel dedicated 1937. Built and owned by the Port of New York Authority.
Lincoln Tunnel. Dedicated 1937. Built and owned by the Port of New York Authority.
To commemorate the opening of the Holland Tunnel, November 12, 1927.
Triborough Bridge and Tunnel Authority
Issued on the opening day of the tunnel, November 13, 1927.
Formal Opening of the Park Avenue Viaduct and the 34th Street Improvement
April 16, 1919
Luncheon on the occasion of the Opening of the 34th Street Ramp and the 42nd Street Viaduct
Given by the Forty-second Street Association, the Fifth Avenue Association, the Broadway Association,...
Dedication of the Lincoln Tunnel
Between New York City and Weehawken, New Jersey and luncheon at the Hotel Astor, December 21, 1937.
Tunnel as seen from 55th St.; House on 5th Ave Decorated; Plaza Hotel; Fifth Ave Hotel
The Manhattan Bridge anchorage
[Electric Utilities building, New York World's Fair.]
[Amusement Zone, view across Fountain Lake, New York World's Fair.]
[Brooklyn-Battery Tunnel. Brooklyn approach.]
Bonticou Grade Tunnel Portal and Bonticou Crag [Catskill System.]
Photograph album made from 1913-1917 when donor William Williams (1862-1947) was Commissioner of New...
Drilling and Mucking Bench [of] Lower Half of Tunnel [Catskill System.]
Rondout Pressure Tunnel Showing Partial and Total Concrete Lining [Catskill System.]
Yonkers Pressure Tunnel, 16-Feet, 7 Inches in Diameter [Catskill System.]
Typical Stages of Cut-and-Cover Construction [Catskill System.]
By-Pass Aqueduct Around Kensico Reservoir 11 Feet in Diameter [Catskill System.]
Typical Pressure Tunnel Construction Shaft [Catskill System.]
Man inside the southern end of a river tunnel.
Image from Transit System Survey.
Northern section of land tunnel.
Ring #97 Northbound Express tunnel.
Southbound express tunnel.
Unidentified subway tracks.
Railroad tunnels and bridge, south of Central Avenue.
Subway tunnel construction at Lexington Avenue and 97th Street.
Unidentified track tunnel.
Shaft No. 4, Steinway Tunnel.
[Digging subway tube under East River for Queensboro Subway.]
[Battery Parking Garage and proposed treatment of Battery Park.]
[Unloading ring from truck.]
[North tunnel shield.]
[Queens Midtown Tunnel.]