Tonight on the History Channel:
Super City: New York
Last edited by TREPYE; September 22nd, 2008 at 12:37 PM.
Great documentary. An amazingly intriquite and complited underground system of utilities, subways, tunnels and infrastructue.
That picture is a bit dated as that hole is pretty much gone now. It's been filled in with concrete.
There was respect, it was just quickly followed by removal.
I doubt that is the only example of glacial erosion that might be unearthed in New York. If someone else wants to go spend millions to excavate one just to preserve it they are welcome to.
It would have been nice to walk by a glass display in the transit hub with information about the end moraine of the Laurentide deglaciation. But NOOOOOOO!
Well this is one of those things that would be cool for the first ten minutes, but get boring very quickly afterwards. Maybe a museum?
There's nothing boring about early Quaternary geology. Feel these nipples!
Liberty Street from Church to Greenwich will be closed to traffic, and parking will be prohibited on Church from Cedar to Liberty for the weekend of November 8, starting Saturday at 9:30 a.m. for crane installation at the Tower 4 site. Parking also will be restricted on Greenwich Street from Liberty to Tames Street.