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A hell of a town


A hell of a town

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DIY Copper Arrows

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I love DUMBO.

A different POV, after last night's "Bill Cunningham, New York". // Train Ride to Coney Island in 1987. A great glimpse into New York City’s past. In 1987, filmmaker Nelson Sullivan filmed Michael Musto and others on a subway ride to Coney Island. As Jeremiah Moss writes on “Vanishing New York,” “When they finally arrive at their destination, the glimpse of Coney’s ghosts might break your heart.”

The American Radiator Building in NYC: Black brick on the frontage of the building (symbolizing coal) was selected to give an idea of solidity and to give the building a solid mass. Other parts of the facade were covered in gold bricks (symbolizing fire), and the entry was decorated with marble and black mirrors. Built in 1924.

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New York, New York, my heart's home. Miss it every minute of every day.

well played mr. rogerwilkerson Marquee - 1957

Dusk in Greenwich Village, New York

Break in NYC

The Flatiron under construction

new yorker

My heart.

new york, 1982 • helen levitt

New York - 1950

Sheep Meadow (in Central Park) is one of the most relaxing places in the city to be on beautiful spring and summer days.

Secret Subway....The beautifully preserved City Hall station from 1904 is a piece of art by itself. It was closed in 1945 and has not been open to the public ever since. Located directly under City Hall plaza is City Hall Station, the original southern terminal of the first line of the New York City Subway built by the Interborough Rapid Transit Company (IRT). Opened on October 27, 1904, this station beneath the public area in front of City Hall was designed to be the showpiece of the new subway. Considered to be one of the most beautiful subway stations in the system, the station is unusually elegant in architectural style. The platform and mezzanine feature Guastavino tile, skylights, colored glass tile work, and brass chandeliers. Passenger service was discontinued on December 31, 1945, although the station is still used as a turning loop for 6 trains. (info source: wikipedia)

Manhattan NYC neighborhoods art print poster by JanuaryJonesPrints, $12.00

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1934 rowing in Central Park- my favorite

Brooklyn Bridge- makes my heart swell up. Brooklyn Lens Photography

:) Roberta's

I live to visit Katy back in the kitchen

Nothing beats a day here