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Love...New York

Even after countless visits, you never lose that "New York State of Mind". My heart always raced when I would enter the Lincoln Tunnel from the NJ Turnpike from Baltimore or the Midtown Tunnel from my sister's home on Long Island.

Sunday Morning on Broadway | New York (by keithhull)

This sphere was damaged during the collapse of the WTC on 9/11~it was moved to Battery Park to serve as a memorial to those lives lost.

Summer Day, New York City ~ pic brings back the fear I felt the day my brakes decided to fail in the middle of this block as I approached Columbus Circle...:-o! Must have had an angel with me that day. Made it through the circle and all the lights to the West Hwy and a car dealership. Whew!!!)

The taxicabs of New York City, with their distinctive yellow paint, are a widely recognized icon of the city. "Medallion taxis," the familiar yellow cabs, are the only vehicles in the city permitted to pick up passengers in response to a street hail.

The Atelier, NYC

The zeppelin Hindenburg flies over Manhattan, April 1, 1936, a year before its fiery demise (May 6, 1937). The Hindenburg crossed the ocean in half the time of the fastest ocean liner.

Here are the, then year-old, Sherry-Netherland and Savoy-Plaza Hotels. The Savoy Plaza was demolished in 1966 for construction of the General Motors Building. The Fifth Avenue Apple Store is today located near the spot where the Savoy's main entrance is seen in this 1928 photo.

On March 2, 1903, the Martha Washington Hotel opens in New York City, becoming the first hotel exclusively for women.

NYC 6th Ave. elevated railway. According the U.S. Census Bureau, the population of New York City was 7.5 million in 1940, making NYC the most populous city at that time. It remains at the top even today, with the 2010 census showing over 8 million inhabitants.