Is There A Historic Wine Cellar Hidden Beneath The Brooklyn Bridge?

Is There A Historic Wine Cellar Hidden Beneath The Brooklyn Bridge?
Design

Not a lot of New Yorkers know about this abandoned vault that once stored expensive champagnes.

Yi Chen
  • 7 march 2012


Photographer Stanely Greenberg has taken some interesting photos of architecture designs and infrastructures that are often hidden to the everyday passersby. One of the photos is a cave-like tunnel that happens to be an abandoned wine cellar beneath the Brooklyn Bridge in New York. Although no longer in use, the thick, granite-walled cellar has been kept in excellent condition.

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