May 25, 1957 in New York history

πŸ“ On This Day πŸ“

64 years ago on May 25th, 1957

South tube of the Lincoln Tunnel opens

It was the third and newest tube of the tunnel and the second-longest at 8,006 feet. The opening came 20 years after the first center tube that had opened in 1937.


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Record High: 95Β°F in 1880
Record Low: 41Β°F in 1925


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