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DNA provides Tarrytown with a Feasibility study to reopen a long abandoned tunnel under Metro-North train tracks.

Hidden from view and unused for more than a half century, the pedestrian tunnel under the Metro North tracks at the Tarrytown train station could be renovated and put back into service. “It is doable,” explained architect Dennis Noskin as he appeared before the Village Board of Trustees last month. The cost to do that could reach an estimated $1.5 million, according to Noskin, who headed the feasibility study to determine the possible restoration of the tunnel.

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