New York’s First Subway Builders Celebrate Their First Subway Construction in NYC

The first subway built in New York City was built by a group of local men in the 1870s, and they’ve had to build their way out of it ever since.

The subway was built in the Brooklyn section of Manhattan, in the East River neighborhood, where they had to go through a tunnel to access the new subway system.

After the tunnel was finished, the city’s Department of Transportation (DOT) built a subway line under the Hudson River, which then connected to the rest of the city.

It was called the first subway.

But the men in charge of construction were from Brooklyn.

And since the area had been built around them, they were forced to build the subway there.

The first station The first line was built between 1884 and 1896, in a section of Brooklyn called the East Brooklyn section.

In 1906, the Brooklyn branch of the Brooklyn Bridge was completed, and the first train left Brooklyn for New York.

But it was already too late.

In 1924, the first New York subway line opened in Manhattan.

The Brooklyn branch was completed in 1926, and its completion was marked by the Brooklyn International Exposition.

The second line opened on February 13, 1929, at the Queensboro Bridge, and lasted for almost 30 years.

The new line was the second line, built on the Brooklyn and Queensboro bridges.

And it was the last subway line built in Brooklyn, until the city was rebuilt in the late 1940s.

Today, New York is a bustling metropolis, with the city population increasing by over 40 percent over the past 40 years.

And, of course, the subway is one of the biggest transportation projects in the country, and one of its major draws.

It has been used by millions of people since its completion, and is still used by thousands of people today.

But that’s not to say that it hasn’t been plagued by a few accidents and accidents along the way.

The tunnels The tunnels have been used for a long time.

Before the subway, it was built over tunnels in Brooklyn and Staten Island, and then they were filled with concrete and paved, and now they are the world’s oldest underground system.

In the 1960s, construction started on the second subway line, a line that would eventually connect Brooklyn to Manhattan, with a station built near the Brooklyn bridge.

Construction on the New York branch started in 1961, but it didn’t start until 1962.

After that, the New Jersey branch was built, and in the years following the second New York line, construction continued.

Then, in 1966, a section called the Staten Island Branch opened, and it was used to construct the Staten Islands Ferry.

But construction stopped for several years after that, and eventually it was removed.

In 1968, construction began on the first Brooklyn branch, a subway that would link Brooklyn and Manhattan.

In 1975, the entire Brooklyn branch opened, which opened up a whole new section of the subway system, the Fulton and Fulton Street Subway.

And in 1981, the Bronx branch opened.

The last subway station In 1981, construction of the first Manhattan branch was finished.

And that’s when construction stopped, and construction continued for a decade after that.

And finally, in 1997, construction finally began on a second Brooklyn branch that connected to Manhattan and the Bronx.

That was when construction started again.

And construction resumed after construction stopped in 2003.

Today there are two subway stations, one in Brooklyn on Staten Island and the other in Queens, in Brooklyn’s Fulton Street section.

Today’s subway stations are the same as they were in the past.

They are still there, and a lot of work has been done to keep them up to date.

But there are some differences, and that’s where the tunnels come in.

A new tunnel was built on Staten Islanders Ferry The second Staten Island branch opened in 2004.

The third Staten Island line opened two years later.

But since 2005, construction has continued on Staten Islands branch, and some work has also been done on the Fulton Street subway.

There are now three tunnels, each one connected to one of Brooklyn’s subway lines.

The Staten Island tunnel is the largest tunnel that exists, and sits under the Fulton Avenue subway line that runs beneath the Brooklyn Ferry.

The Bronx subway tunnel is about the size of the Manhattan one, but has a slightly smaller diameter.

Both tunnels are connected by underground tunnels that extend under the Harlem and Bronx subway lines, as well as a section that connects to the Brooklyn-Battery Subway line.

Both of these tunnels are the first ones to be completed in Manhattan since the Second World War.

And each of them is a new subway station.

The tunnel connecting the Brooklyn subway and the Staten island branch is the longest tunnel in the world, and only the third underground tunnel in existence.

There were two tunnel systems in Manhattan before the Second War The first tunnel was constructed between 1883 and 1896 on Staten island.

It went underneath the Staten islands ferry docks and the Brooklyn ferry bridge.

It also connected the Staten Islanders and the Manhattan