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(181k, 1024x806)<br><b>Country:</b> United States<br><b>City:</b> New York<br><b>System:</b> New York City Transit<br><b>Line:</b> IRT East Side Line<br><b>Location:</b> Harlem River Tubes (Lexington Avenue Line)<br><b>Collection of:</b> Public Service Commission-File Photo<br><b>Date:</b> 9/16/1914<br><b>Notes:</b> Section E in position with Tubes partially filled with water and listing to the east due to the larger amount of water in the east Tube. The frame erected on the last diaphragm is to furnish a support for the wooden bulkhead which was placed later to protect the excavation work on the South Approach.  A section of steel sheeting is attached to the east and west edges of the last diaphragm in order to form a tight joint at this point.<br><b>Viewed (this week/total):</b> 1 / 638


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Country: United States
City: New York
System: New York City Transit
Line: IRT East Side Line
Location: Harlem River Tubes (Lexington Avenue Line)
Collection of: Public Service Commission-File Photo
Date: 9/16/1914
Notes: Section "E" in position with Tubes partially filled with water and listing to the east due to the larger amount of water in the east Tube. The frame erected on the last diaphragm is to furnish a support for the wooden bulkhead which was placed later to protect the excavation work on the South Approach. A section of steel sheeting is attached to the east and west edges of the last diaphragm in order to form a tight joint at this point.
Viewed (this week/total): 1 / 638



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