UpperHarlemLine4ever wrote:Actually it was under 32nd St, not 33rd St.Nope! devbeep2 is absolutely correct - it is under the south sidewalk of 33rd St, not 32nd.
asyouare405 wrote:How long is this compared to the tunnel being built downtown? I forget the name of it.Assuming you are talking about the tunnel under Fulton Street to connect the R-W Cortlandt St station, the E WTC station and the PATH station with the Fulton Street Folly . . . the new tunnel will definitely be shorter.
NEC_Rider wrote:If you were a USPS worker the once possible walk could be even longer, ending at 10th ave and 29th street, via penn station and a little known tunnel under 9th ave. connecting farley building and the morgan sorting facility.
But as I look back at my old post in this thread about the once-possible longest legal underground walk in Manhattan, from 40th & 6th to 31st & 8th, this piece of the puzzle on Fulton Street will create another quite long legal undergound walk. When the whole project is complete, it should be possible to walk underground from Church & Chambers to William & John - although it will probably require a metrocard swipe to do it - a swipe, but not a ride
I may have to measure those distances . . .