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The Great Engineering Works of New York City.



Offered here is a rare edition of Scientific American Magazine issued to praise the great engineering projects of New York City. The front cover features a map of New York City's elevated train line – the precursor to the modern subway system, a View of Manhattan showing several important stations and bridges, and a close up of the 155th Street Viaduct with the new Manhattan Field (later called Polo Ground), and of the never-built Union Station on West 42nd Street. Includes the full 10 page magazine. Features projected but never built include railroad bridges to Hoboken, Weehawken, and Long Island City.