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"James has a place for us to go," I was told. "We're going up the elevator."
Brooklyn has many monuments regular folk don't get invited into on a regular basis—and of them the Domino Sugar plant that anchors the endangered Brooklyn Industrial waterfront is one of the biggies. Let's break in!
Kissensa Park in Queens isn't just pretty above ground, the network of tunnels that lie beneath it are quite attractive as well!
Climbing the Williamsburg Bridge isn't just for the suicidal. Urban explorers like to do it too, and sometimes they bring a camera guy along.
Ever want to crawl into the sewers beneath Astoria? You might change your mind after seeing how slippery and dangerous they!
Beneath New York City lies a vast network of abandoned tunnels, caverns, nooks and crannies the average joe will never see. But urban explorer Steve Duncan is not your average joe! UWS Amtrak tunnels, anyone?
Ever want to go inside the Second Avenue Subway dug out and abandoned in the 1970s? No need to get dirty when you can just watch this video!
Beneath New York City lies a vast network of abandoned tunnels, caverns, nooks and crannies that the average joe will never see. Until now. This week we visit the stunning Knickerbocker sewer extension underneath Bushwick!
Beneath New York City lies a vast network of abandoned tunnels, caverns, nooks and crannies that the average joe will never see. But urban explorer Steve Duncan is not your average joe.
Exploring an abandoned subway station looks like more fun than it probably should.
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