(Pics) The Underground Terminal: A Journey Below Manhattan

(Pics) The Underground Terminal: A Journey Below Manhattan

WNYC takes us on a photographic journey 100 feet below the historic Grand Central Station in New York City.

Kyana Gordon
  • 4 february 2010

WNYC takes us on a photographic journey 100 feet below the historic Grand Central Station in New York City. Unbeknownst to most New Yorkers, construction of a new landmark commuter rail terminal is underway. The images offer a sneak peek of an MTA project that will connect four out of eight Long Island Railroad tunnels to a central hub in the west wing of Grand Central Terminal. The slide show reveals a whole new underground where workers are shown burrowing through solid rock, elevators descending deep underground, and a massive cave below Grand Central.

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