The MTA Has To Pump 43 Million Gallons Of Water From The Brooklyn-Battery Tunnel

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Cleanup for Hurricane Sandy will last far longer than the storm did. 

The MTA has been working to pump out the water from tunnels and subways lines, and to repair train tracks on lines leaving Manhattan. MTA workers have 43 million gallons of water to pump out of the  Brooklyn-Battery Tunnel.

Here are some of their latest pictures:

 

 

 

 

 

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