9/15/21

My Corner of the World



Tangahoe Tunnel built in 1928.

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33 comments:

Michele Morin said...

Looks like a narrow little space! Did you go inside?

Lea said...

Interesting!
Is that a footpath or a roadway?
Hope you are having a great week!

riitta k said...

A secret tunnel - looks fabulous. Is it a tree or rock?

Sharon Wagner said...

Narrow. Spooky!

Dixie @ Arranged Words said...

Wow! You can hardly see the light at the end of the tunnel. :)
Have a lovely week, Betty!

Amy said...

Interesting, what was it used for?

rupam sarma said...

Looks amazing

Lydia C. Lee said...

Can cars fit in it? Or just people>

Cloudia said...

Thank You!

suituapui said...

Looks intriguing, kind of mysterious. What's on the other side?

Sandee said...

Way cool. I'd love to explore that tunnel.

Have a fabulous day and rest of the week, Betty. ♥

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

I wonder who sculpted this out of the rock and how far it goes?

Powell River Books said...

That reminds me of a tunnel we pass along our coast. Ours was from a shoreline access point for an iron mine. It wasn't very productive so it only goes back into the granite cliff a short ways. At high tide the ocean licks its opening. It's a favourite salmon fishing spot, and is called fishing at the Iron Mine. - Margy

mvmaithai said...

Wonder where it leads to?

dee Nambiar said...

That tunnel looks inviting. I'm guessing you can only walk through it.
Love the picture!

Schwabenfrau said...

It's a very interesting tunnel. I just read about him and yes and I can see the light at the end of the tunnel.
Have a nice week.
Greetings Eva

Nancy Chan said...

Looks like a dark narrow tunnel that will need a torchlight. Wonder where it leads to...

Suzana said...

What an interesting entrance. If we were in a book, I would say is a kind of portal.
Thank you for this discovery!
Happy WW!

PS. The table from Zina is for a period of time on my blog!

NatureFootstep said...

It probably works fine :)

Veronica Lee said...

A curious tunnel!

Looks like something from Middle-earth!

Happy Wednesday, Betty.

Lee@A Guide to Northeastern Gardening said...

That tunnel looks mysterious and inviting at the same time. I would love to know the history behind it, but now the imagination is going to create a story!

My Desktop Daily said...

Quite a remarkable tunnel and it looks quite mysterious, Betty.

Melbourne Australia Photos said...

PS: Thank you for hosting, Betty!

Amy Johnson said...

Wow! What a cool tunnel!

Zinaida Strinu said...

This gothic-looking entrance looks interesting!
Have a fine week, dear Betty!

jp@A Green Ridge said...

Now THAT tunnel is COOL, Betty...very cool. Did you walk through and shout? I would have...LOL!...jp

Joanne said...

What a pretty tunnel.

My Tata's Cottage said...

That is a very unique tunnel. I wonder where it ends? Thanks for sharing with us.

csuhpat1 said...

That is just such a cool pic. Thanks for sharing it with us.

Nicole/Frau Frieda said...

It looks like the entrance was made higher afterwards. Funny. Best regards, Nicole

Rhodesia said...

Looks like an interesting place. Cheers Diane

Klara said...

very unique.

Einari Sinappi said...

That´s definitely she.