the tunnels of the NJ Palisades

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My experience in the NJ Palisades

Manuel Rionda’s Stone Tower: A large medieval looking tower which was part of an estate that stretched to the edge of the Palisades Cliffs

Old Bridge: In the woods of Creskill is a large stone bridge, which may be a part of the old Camp Merritt. A bit of research and a few emails from readers suggests this bridge is more likely a relic from the Rionda estate…..

Hitler’s Rock Profile: A 160 ft tall profile of Hitler appeared on the cliffs of the Palisades during WWII

Complete history of the Palisades: A detailed summary of the history of the Palisades.

In an old cemetery in the Palisades is the grave of a fellow named “Whack me Jug”

I recently explored some tunnels in the Palisades that a friend of mine had scoped out….These two are of a sewer that goes udnerneath 9W, alllowing a stream to get past the highway…

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4 responses to this post.

  1. […] are tunnels and underground chambers in various places thruout the […]

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  2. Just found your blog and I love it.. I’ve explored and light painted in one of the sewer lines under 9W and the PIP.. But I’d love to find the second and check it out..
    Here’s a pic from the one of the tunnels
    Visitors

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  3. There are also tunnels underneath Weehawken, NJ built for the “great Viaduct” of 1892.
    The history and photos are on my site at:
    http://www.mark-lyons.com/personal/hiking.htm
    I am in the process of building a small robotic camera platform to drive it inside and get a better look.

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    • Posted by lostinjersey on October 18, 2009 at 5:38 PM

      hey that sounds great. I’d love to see your robot camera some day. Maybe we can get together, cause there’s plenty of places I’ve explroed where there were small rooms, or otherwise inaccesible areas where something like that would come in handy.

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