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Eyes on the Street: A Refuge on Vanderbilt

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A tipster sends along these fresh shots of construction on Vanderbilt Avenue in Prospect Heights. The new pedestrian refuges give the street a geometry very similar to what we saw on Broadway in Williamsburg two weeks ago. Below, the remnants of old trolley tracks get unearthed. We're told the foreman says his crew is having a devil of a time working around the tangle of metal.

Pre-road diet photos of Vanderbilt Avenue can be found here.

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