Train Station Tunnel, Maplewood, New Jersey, USA

The Maplewood, New Jersey train station, which is part of the New Jersey Transit system, serves the old Erie-Lakawanna rail line which is now called the Morris and Essex. Residents use this line extensivly to commute to New York City.

In order to get to the train station from the north side of the track, or to get from the station to downtown Maplewood, you have to walk this tunnel underneath the track. While in the tunnel, take the opportunity to view some of the local art and read the various comments written on the walls. It may be prudent not to take too much time after the evening hours.

Copyright: Tom sadowski
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 10500x5250
Uploaded: 04/02/2012
Updated: 19/02/2012


Tags: tunnel; train station; graffiti; street art; underground; stairs; stair case; donut; public transportation
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