THE RESTOREATION OF THE ATLANTIC AVE TUNNEL TOURS

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I fully Support the Restoration and continuation of the Atlantic Ave tunnel tours and any related ventures to it and/or the Brooklyn Historic Railway Association due to there continued Dedication to the Preservation and Education of a Major Part of Brooklyn and New York History.

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    • DID IT. IT'S SAFE
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    • NASSAU COUNTY NY
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    • 91-1120F Laaulu St Ewa, HI 96706 (formerly of Elmhurst, Queens)
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  • David E
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    • I went on the tour a few years ago and look forward to going wtih my friends in the near future. Please let me know when they open up. Thanks, Dave
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    • 3 Plant Court North Massapequa, NY 11758
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  • Connie C
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    • I am a resident of Brooklyn and would love to bring more tourism to this borough. There is so much to appreciate here but for me the most interesting was the tunnel. Its educational, historic, eye-opening, and extremely interesting. The standards are unfairly enforced in this instance. This is the time when the city's pledged support of restoration must stand by their word and try to help. If safety is an issue and stand by and try to get it fixed. If this is truly deemed an unfair claim then redeem it. Too easy.
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    • Franklin Avenue Brooklyn, NY 11238
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    • Don't Hide History!!!
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    • USA
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  • howard k
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    • I took the tour a while back and enjoyed it.
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    • 6 carriage dr. kings park ny
  • Amanda S
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  • Guy D
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    • Safety first, but it should be open!!!
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    • 1027 Ward Ave Apt 1 Bronx, NY 10472
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  • Hank I
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    • I used to live in NYC, and I'm a serious railroad buff. This is the sort of thing I'd travel from the DC area to see!
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    • Arlington, VA
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  • Nate G
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    • Please allow the Atlantic Ave Tunnel Tours to continue!
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    • 311 W 127th St. Apt 605, New York, NY
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  • kurt f
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    • Thank you for your efforts. Sincerely, Kurt Faba
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    • 207 34th St. Brooklyn
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  • Edward M
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    • Please restore the tours.
  • John O
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    • city politics needs to stay out of stopping streetcars and brooklyn history from being a reality
  • James B
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    • I think it should be re-opened and the DOT should put their hands in someone elses pocket. The Goverment always has to mess up a good thing and get into it someway, they just can not leave a good thing alone.Well enough of that whats undersood does not need to be discussed.
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    • Hauppauge, NY 11788
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