|Ft. Totten Officers' Club (now Bayside Historical Society)|
Nestled out of sight on Willets Point, Queens, is a massive waterside granite fort, Fort Totten, built in 1861 opposite Ft. Schuyler as a pinch point to protect the East River. The fort never saw active duty against battle ships. Militery use discontinued in 1974.
|Throg's Neck Bridge to the west|
|Transport Tunnel (1870)|
|Arched Casement (cannon room)|
|Torpedo Magazines (1873)|
|Granite Arches, Bluestone floors|
|Water View looking east|