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I walked this tunnel to school  COPYRIGHT PAT MORGAN 2007

I walked this tunnel to school COPYRIGHT PAT MORGAN 2007

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Dream martien 15-Dec-2016 03:23
My grandmother lived right next to that tunnel going in the opposite direction.If u passed the bushes her back door was right there.we played handball in Jerome ave and went to that park too
Guest 15-Dec-2016 03:15
U know that tunnel
that u walked through I did too. My grandmother lived right there next to that tunnel on the same side going in the opposite direction. Once u passed the bushes.that was her back door to her building.
.Her building had the pool in it....we had fun,went to the park on Jerome ave...played handball down there to...took the 4 train to my mom's house on Fordham road and grand ave...
arlene 20-Jun-2014 01:46
I walked the other tunnel on 176th Street to C.E.S. 70 from 1970 to 1976. I always wanted to check this one out but we weren't allowed to walk to it. Now when I go visit my father I have to walk under this tunnel if I take the C train.
Bryan Salzman 20-Sep-2013 02:10
Me to. I walked this tunnel to go the C.E.S 70 from 1970 to 1973. I lived at 1616 Walton Ave.
Kevin Ellis Hoskins 06-Sep-2013 11:35
Used to catch the D train in the entrance there in the tunnel. There used to be a gym
over the grocery store back in the early 80's, went there and worked out with my good friend Elmer.
rodney nieves 25-Apr-2012 18:06
I was born and raised on this block 174st and walton ave old school yo shout out all the peps manny,mazda pete,tone,big ant,polo,mario,spooky,nu,steve,ish,pablo,cindy aka pinky,diggy and all your sisters,o,joe 24,pops,nancy the whole lewis morris,ratt,all the dominicans that sold coke,raymond,those wrer the days your truly boobie 100
barbara 03-Jan-2012 03:00
Who said "spaldeens" how many times had I bought a spaldeen, got to play "stoopball" once, then the spaldeen went down the sewer! and who remembers getting "lunch" for .$75? slice of pizza, italian ice and a cup of coke.
Roberto Torres 21-Dec-2011 22:18
How much i miss my cement city.
Neil lasher 04-Dec-2011 04:17
If you kept going you would get to Jerome ave where 174th turned into Featherbed lane. Featherbed wound it's way up to macombs road and ended at university ave by the swedwick projects
averell 31-Aug-2011 19:50
Guest 10-May-2011 22:37
the barber shop used to be Pauls dry cleaning
CSM 09-Feb-2011 00:16
Friday was candy day at Mrs. Bees....Red Charms Lolly and some Barbecue Chips...I too walked this way to school at PS 70. Thanks for this was a LONG time ago..over 40 years now.
Guest 11-Jan-2011 13:49
Mrs Bees was my favorite place..she had all those comic books on the left wall..and Charlie made the best hamburgers in The Bronx!!
guest 10-Mar-2010 19:12
Guest I lived above the tunnel on hospital side. I had head injury four or more times at age 11 and 12 and i am just comeing out of it at age 70. One injury was in ps.70 school yard. Alone and no life since. God bless
Guest 04-Feb-2010 01:49
Me Too!.. That corner store on the bottom of Walton Ave and 174 was Mrs. Bees luncheonette/candy store. She sold spaldeens too
Christina 25-Sep-2008 15:42
I walked through here as well when I used to go to C.E.S. 70. I live a couple of blocks down.
Mike Smith 25-Apr-2008 16:32
I walked thru this tunnel everyday on my way to school also, or when I was walking down to the park to play as a child.
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