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December 6, 2017

Under Construction

It took ten expensive years of excavation and construction. The railroad needed to invest in electrifying its rails, and carve deep into Manhattan’s bedrock (The grade of the rail yard had been lowered to an average depth of 30 feet below street level.) Yet, in spite of the upheaval, rail service continued uninterrupted.

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