East Side Access Progress Photos

QUEENS WORK

Lowering materials for construction of a tunnel approach structure using a Linkbelt crane on the 39th Street bridge.

Lowering materials for construction of a tunnel approach structure using a Linkbelt crane on the 39th St 04-19-19

Vacuum truck excavation of material between tracks in the Mid-Day Storage Yard for future conduit installation.

Vacuum track excavation of material between tracks in Mid Day Storage Yard for future conduit installation 04-19-19

Driving mini pile casing east of the 39th St. Bridge in Harold Interlocking for a tunnel approach structure.

Driving mini pile casing east of the 39th St Bridge in Harold Interlocking for a tunnel approach structure 04-19-19

QUEENS WORK

Hanging framing to support finishes going up at 46th Street in the LIRR passenger concourse.

Hanging framing to support finishes going up at 46th Street in the LIRR passenger concourse. 04-19-19

Concrete slab installation under resilient tie block rail. Resilient tie blocks are a new technology that decrease rail vibration, creating quieter trains and significantly decreasing wear and tear.

Concrete slab installation under resilient tie block rail. Resilient tie blocks are a new technology 04-19-19

Pouring concrete slab under suspended resilient tie block rail.

Pouring concrete slab under suspended resilient tie block rail. 04-19-19

Lifting rail to pour concrete slab that embeds the pre-installed resilient tie blocks.

Lifting rail to pour concrete slab that embeds the pre installed resilient tie blocks. 04-19-19

For more images and information, please visit the East Side Access project page on AModernLI.com – http://www.amodernli.com/project/east-side-access/.