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Lincoln Tunnel
New York City 
Oil Painting Series
Artist Lisa Bisbee

After a big day of adventure in the city, we headed towards the Lincoln Tunnel at a slow pace where I could capture a photo for inspiration in my studio. Googling the history, it opened to traffic in 1934: "The numbers themselves are quite staggering. The Tunnel is 1.5 miles long, 95 feet underwater at its deepest point, and cost about $1.5 billion to build, adjusting for inflation. On average, it sees upwards of 120,000 cars passing through every day, making it one of the busiest roadways in the country. The Tunnel’s separate bus lane sees about 1,700 buses every morning, primarily bringing its 62,000 commuters to the Port Authority Bus Terminal on 42nd Street." — from


Lincoln Tunnel

$650.00 Regular Price
$450.00Sale Price
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