A 52-Week Photo Journey

… Mary Nell Moore's Photography

Week 23 – #34 Passage Ways


Late one evening while traveling through the Lincoln Tunnel, I grabbed my camera to photograph this popular passageway connecting midtown Manhattan, New York and Weehawken, New Jersey.  Named after President Abraham Linoln, construction began on the first tube in March 1934.   It opened to traffic on December 22, 1937, charging $0.50 per passenger car.  Today, the cost per car is $13.00.  The cost of construction was $85,000,000.



Author: tnwaltz

A true Southerner, I was born in Georgia but lived most of my adult life in Chattanooga, Tennessee. In 2001, my husband and I retired and moved to beautiful Sarasota, FL. We quickly realized that we were not retirement material and could not play golf two or three times a week so we got our real estate licenses and affiliated with Coldwell Banker on Longboat Key. My love for photography is very beneficial to me when photographing interiors and exteriors of the homes we list. Other than photography, I have a keen interest in genealogy and golf (whenever I can find the spare time from our real estate practice).

6 thoughts on “Week 23 – #34 Passage Ways

  1. Love that picture! Been through that tunnel many times!

    Jessica Selasky

    Confidence Builders International, Inc.




  2. Very cool! Hope you weren’t at the wheel….


  3. Great shot, brings back memories. Been years since I was through there. I think the toll back then was a buck or two.


  4. Very nice! I love all the reflections.


  5. – Very nice – I love the movement in the reflections.


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