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The Interborough Subway (Historic American Engineering Record)

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View of the uptown platform at 79th Street. Photo by David Sagarin for the Historical American Engineering Record, Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division, August 1978.

Historic American Engineering Record
National Park Service
Department of the Interior
Washington, DC. 20240

The records in HAER were created for the U.S. Government and are considered to be in the public domain. It is understood that access to this material rests on the condition that should any of it be used in any form or by any means, the author of such material and the Historic American Engineering Record of the Heritage Conservation and Recreation Service at all times be given proper credit. For information on HAER, visit Built In America: Historic American Buildings Survey and the Historic American Engineering Record, 1933-Present, Library of Congress American Memory Project.

The New York Rapid Transit Decision of 1900: Economy, Society, Politics, by Wallace B. Katz.

The Impact of the IRT on New York City, by Clifton Hood.

Design and Construction of the IRT: Civil Engineering, by Charles Scott.

Design and Construction of the IRT: Electrical Engineering, by Barbara Kimmelman.

Architectural Designs for New York's First Subway, by David J. Framberger.

Interborough Rapid Transit-Historic American Engineering Record Images, by David Sagarin.









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