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Sandhogs

Friday, January 08, 2010

The front cover of Sandhogs.
From Sandhogs by Gina LeVay, published by powerHouse Books.
The front cover of Sandhogs.
Kenneth Schnell (left) at bottom of shaft, shaft-to-tunnel transition, June 2008
From Sandhogs by Gina LeVay, published by powerHouse Books.
Kenneth Schnell (left) at bottom of shaft, shaft-to-tunnel transition, June 2008
Concreting forms and invert drilling, bottom of shaft, February 2008.
From Sandhogs by Gina LeVay, published by powerHouse Books.
Concreting forms and invert drilling, bottom of shaft, February 2008.
Jim McCluskey, 3rd generation hog of 35 yrs., “man trip” northbound towards heading, November 2006.
From Sandhogs by Gina LeVay, published by powerHouse Books.
Jim McCluskey, 3rd generation hog of 35 yrs., “man trip” northbound towards heading, November 2006.
Graveyard shift, concreting forms, February 2008.
From Sandhogs by Gina LeVay, published by powerHouse Books.
Graveyard shift, concreting forms, February 2008.
Mike Warfield, hog of 29 yrs., operates hydraulic jumbo drill for dynamite placement, July 2004.
From Sandhogs by Gina LeVay, published by powerHouse Books.
Mike Warfield, hog of 29 yrs., operates hydraulic jumbo drill for dynamite placement, July 2004.
City Water Tunnel No. 3 (CWT#3) main access shaft and worksite, Westside NYC, January 2008.
From Sandhogs by Gina LeVay, published by powerHouse Books.
City Water Tunnel No. 3 (CWT#3) main access shaft and worksite, Westside NYC, January 2008.

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