Photograph of Figueroa Street Tunnel under construction, February 1936. In the foreground at right, a pile of metal beams and construction equipment can be seen piled on the dirt floor. Additional equipment and a wheeled bin can also be seen to the left. In the background at center, a large tunnel has been crafted into the side of a sloping hill. To the right of the tunnel, a man can be seen standing near a small utility pole and piles of equipment. Within the tunnel, four large ladders can be seen leaning against a stone wall. Around the outside of the tunnel, a large stone facade is visible. Above the mouth of the tunnel, three men stand on a suspended beam near the top of the facade. A small emblem can be seen on the facade near the man at center. Along the ridge of the hillside, a small fence can be seen.