Our undying fascination with decrepit spaces has been fueled once again. An Untapped Cities contributor recently sent us stunning photos of the Freedom Tunnel.
Check out some of Manhattan NYC's most intriguing abandoned structures, from forgotten historic theaters to desolate ballrooms and hidden subway platforms.
"Under-Hangs" is a clandestine, in-progress art installation in New York City's Freedom Tunnel that aims to highlight the allure of the urban subterranean.
An excerpt from the book The Chintz Age: Tales of Love and Loss for a New New York tells a tale of an exploration down the Freedom Tunnel under Riverside Park.
Built under Riverside Park in the 1930s as a railroad for Amtrak, the Freedom Tunnel was named after its most prolific and talented artist, Chris ‘Freedom’ Pape.
Some of the Freedom Tunnel's most priceless works have been painted over, but walls don't stay empty for long in this historic hub of NYC graffiti culture.