City subways for pipes and wires

by Henry F. Bryant

Publisher: J.B. Walker in New York

Written in English
Published: Pages: 446 Downloads: 172
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Subjects:

  • Subways.,
  • Underground construction.

Edition Notes

SeriesLibrary of American civilization -- LAC 40041.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Paginationp. [439]-446
Number of Pages446
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17551821M

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In his new book, “Last Subway: Moving and digging through the tangle of wires, pipes and utility lines that now lie beneath Manhattan’s streets was another challenge that the builders of. The web of conduits, cables and pipes under the street at Hudson and Leonard Streets is a typical snapshot of the city’s subterranean complexity.

In other places — add steam and sewage pipes. Below New York City streets is a vital web of infrastructure — pipes, tunnels, tubes and wires carrying water, sewage, gas, electricity, steam, and digital information.

Some of these systems are owned and operated by the City of New York; others are operated by private utility companies, pursuant to franchise agreements with the City, andFile Size: KB. New York City’s drinking water system erupted into the streets yesterday, disrupting the morning rush by flooding subway lines and a swath of the Upper West Side around Lincoln Center.

The construction of the subway, of course, necessitates many changes in the existing underground structures, such as sewers, water and gas pipes, electric-wire conduits, etc.

The isometric drawing, Fig. shows conditions at Fulton St. and Broadway on the line of the present subway. NOYAFA NFC Underground Cable Wire Locator Locate Pet Fence Wires, Metal Pipes, Electrical Wires, Telephone Wire, Coax Cable with Earphone out of 5 stars $ $ 46 $ $   Thousands of people live in the subway, railroad, and sewage tunnels that form the bowels of New York City.

This book is about them, the so-called "mole people" living alone and in communities, in the frescoed waiting rooms of long-forgotten subway tunnels and in pick-axed compartments below busway platforms/5().

In Daley’s book, which captured Kelly at the age of 62, he writes that the infamous sniffer had walked almostmiles of track, and trained 50 to 60 junior subway smellers in his time. New York City Transit; Long Island Rail Road; Metro-North Railroad; Bridges and Tunnels; Other agencies and departments; Guides; Give Us Feedback; Coronavirus Updates; Projects; Safety and Security; Transparency.

the network runs miles, delivering steam to nearly 2, buildings throughout the city, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Empire State Building, and the United.

th Street is a station on the IRT Lenox Avenue Line of the New York City d at the intersection of th Street and Lenox Avenue in Harlem, Manhattan, it is served by the 3 train at all times.

Built for the Interborough Rapid Transit Company (IRT), the th Street station contains two side platforms that can only fit six and a half train cars, unlike almost all other IRT. Pipes and Wires Ltd are a GAS SAFE company that can carry out all your general plumbing works.

In addition, they provide a professional service for the design, planning and complete installation of kitchens and bathroom - including all plumbing, electrical and building works. Into The Tunnels: Exploring The Underside Of NYC Steve Duncan lives dangerously: The urban explorer has plunged far below the city surface to examine the subways.

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For example, the SSF-HA1/4T is a hanger that fits 1 or pipe size (iN.). Beneath the streets in every city, subway crews can find a maze of water and sewer pipes, electrical conduit, cables and pneumatic tubes.

Modern tunneling machines can allow workers to dig a tunnel below these obstacles, but at some point the tunnel has to reach the surface. Many subway systems include a series of shafts that act as emergency exits, and all have entrances that people can reach. Deep below the streets of New York City lie its vital organs—a water system, subways, railroads, tunnels, sewers, drains, and power and cable lines—in a vast, three-dimensional tangle.

15th Street–Prospect Park is a local station on the IND Culver Line of the New York City d at 15th Street east of Prospect Park West in the Windsor Terrace and Park Slope neighborhoods in Brooklyn, it is served by the F and G trains at all times. This underground station, opened on October 7,has two tracks and one island Culver Line's express tracks.

A few early subways used steam engines, but in most existing subways, the trains, tunnel lights and station equipment all run on electricity. Overhead wires or an electrified rail known as the third rail supplies power to the trains.

The third rail lies outside or between the subway tracks, and a wheel, brush or sliding shoe carries the power. Audible Listen to Books & Original Audio Performances: Book Depository Books With Free Delivery Worldwide: Box Office Mojo Find Movie Box Office Data: ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics: CreateSpace Indie Print Publishing Made Easy: DPReview Digital Photography: East Dane Designer Men's Fashion: Fabric Sewing, Quilting & Knitting.

Interborough rapid transit: the New York subway, its construction and equipment 94 New York Subways 42 Photographic views of the construction of the New York City subway system, The IRT and subsequently the city used the West Side powerhouse for about five decades.

By the s, the subway system no longer needed the powerhouse. InCon Edison purchased it from the city, according to The New York Times. Con Ed still owns it and uses the building to provide steam to private customers.

Other journalists have focused on the underground homeless in New York City as well. Photographer Margaret Morton made the photo book The Tunnel.

Film maker Marc Singer made the documentary Dark Days in the s, and a similar documentary, Voices in the Tunnels, was released in Inanthropologist Teun Voeten published Tunnel People. Media accounts have reported "mole people".

A man detonated a pipe bomb strapped to his body with Velcro and zip ties Monday in the New York City subway system near Times Square. Four people were injured, including one man in. NEW YORK (AP) — A New York City subway rider has hit a stranger in the face with a metal pipe and fractured his skull after an argument.

Police are looking for the attacker. The year-old. No other city can boast a subway system that is packed to the gills 24/7. priciest real estate and amid a vast tangle of underground pipes and wires. City. The MTA obscures them with ongoing construction, cheap tiles, and ugly pipes and wires.

But vintage subway infrastructure remains in many stations if you look closely enough. Most of the original detail in the 6 station at Lexington Avenue and rd Street, opened indisappeared after a renovation. Explorations behind the scenes show us that a city is not a collection of isolated locations but a beautifully and delicately threaded tapestry of wires, pipes and rails.

Still Have Questions. Give us a call. USA/Canada () International () We Accept. New Jersey Transit buses have resumed normal service Monday into New York City's Port Authority Bus Terminal. New York City also has reopened its subways amid heightened city-wide security after a man with a pipe bomb strapped to him caused an explosion in an underground passageway in the Times Square area during the morning rush hour.

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Where pipes and ducts cross the structure, a very thin construction can be employed, over which longitudinal pipes and street railroad construction can pass with a minimum depression of the subway, thereby reducing the amount of excavation.

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