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Baltimore Harbor Tunnel


View of the Baltimore Harbor Tunnel's southwestern entrance. The 1.4-mile-long tunnel runs beneath the Patapsco River from its south shore to its north shore near Dundalk in Baltimore, Maryland. The tunnel consists of a pair of two lane roads that measure 22 feet wide and 14 feet high. The tunnel and approaches were designed by Singstand and Baillie, a New York based engineering firm specializing in tunnel design, in conjunction with J. E. Greiner, Co. of Baltimore.





11 x 14 inches


1 print (from group of 10)

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