Unfinished buildings and structures: Cathedral of Saint John the Divine, New York, Temple of Olympian Zeus, Taconic State Parkway

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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 67. Chapters: Cathedral of Saint John the Divine, New York, Temple of Olympian Zeus, Taconic State Parkway, Chicago Spire, Interstate 495, New York State Route 135, Interstate 710, Foothills Parkway, Palace of the Soviets, New York State Route 878, Northern State Parkway, Winchester Mystery House, Unfinished building, Interstate 295, Connecticut Route 11, LaSalle Expressway, San Petronio Basilica, Fontainebleau Resort Las Vegas, Bangkok Elevated Road and Train System, Wantagh State Parkway, Neferefre, Government Service Center, Arcosanti, Bear Mountain State Parkway, Ocean Parkway, Korean War Veterans Parkway, Echelon Place, Bethpage State Parkway, Royal Palace, Tell el-Ful, Dunn Memorial Bridge, Villa Trissino, Holy Name Cathedral, Brisbane, South Mall Arterial, Interstate 384, M8 Bridge to Nowhere, Hassan Tower, Villa Porto, Wing of the Villa Thiene, The Shops at Summerlin Centre, Villa Arnaldi, Cimos Building, Szkieletor, Healey Building, Palacio Legislativo Federal, Eighth Sister, Torre de la Escollera. Excerpt: The Taconic State Parkway (often called the Taconic or the TSP and known administratively as New York State Route 987G), is a 104.12-mile (167.56 km) divided highway between Kensico Dam and Chatham, the longest parkway in the U.S. state of New York. It follows a generally northward route midway between the Hudson River and the Connecticut and Massachusetts state lines. Its southernmost three miles are a surface road; from the junction with the Sprain Brook Parkway northward it is a limited-access highway. It has grade-separated interchanges from that point to its northern terminus; in the three northern counties there are also at-grade intersections. It is open only to passenger vehicles, as with other parkways in New York, and maintained by the state Department of Transportation (NYSDOT), the fourth agency to have th...

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