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      WORD Brooklyn3 days ago
      • Brooklyn, United States

      A great Brooklyn bookstore for families, WORD is all about community and neighborhood (Greenpointe) loving. Bring your kids to the great kids and YA events that they have here! Read more

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      Queensboro Bridge Pedestrian & Bike Path2 weeks ago
      Scenic Lookout
      • New York, United States

      Whats that roller coaster looking thing, Just under the Queensboro bridge? Turns out it’s an abandoned art installation by Alice Aycock, itself sitting atop an abandoned waste transfer station. Read more

      Beach channel drive2 weeks ago
      • United States

      On Beach Channel Drive in the Rockaways, across from where we recently started our jet ski tour around New York City, sits an abandoned court house being taken over by the elements. Read more

      Coney Island Creek Park2 weeks ago
      • Brooklyn, United States

      Before the advent of affordable airline tickets, boats––like railroads––played a much more central role in transportation.The advent of other, faster transport methods rendered boats obsolete. Read more

      Expertise in Parks
      MTA Subway - Brooklyn Bridge/City Hall/Chambers St (J/Z/4/5/6)2 weeks ago
      • New York, United States

      There was also a Rockaway Beach service that originated from Chamber Street from 1913 to 1917, operated by the Long Island Rail Road and Brooklyn Rapid Transit. Read more

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      MTA Subway - 96th St (1/2/3)2 weeks ago
      • New York, United States

      96th St was in service since 1904 and was part of the first subway. But with a 200 foot platform, the station was retired in 1959 for similar reasons as the abandoned Worth Street & 18th St stations. Read more

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      Waldorf Astoria New York2 weeks ago
      • New York, United States

      Waldorf-Astoria has an abandoned train track under it! It was built atop one of Grand Central Terminal’s many early platform lots through a lease of air rights. Read more

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      Red Hook Grain Terminal2 weeks ago
      • Brooklyn, United States

      This now defunct facility was built in the Port of New York to invigorate the underused waterway—a state-run grain elevator in the bustling industrial waterfront of Red Hook, Brooklyn. Read more

      High Line2 weeks ago
      • New York, United States

      Section 3 of the High Line is one of the 40 locations in this year’s Partners for Preservation, a community-based initiative by American Express and the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Read more

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      QueensWay2 weeks ago
      Other Outdoors
      • Queens, United States

      Part of the line was absorbed as part of the A train in 1956 and is now the southern terminus of the potential QueensWay. Another section lives on as a part of the LIRR’s Rockaway Beach branch... Read more

      Expertise in Outdoors & Recreation
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      Fort Tilden Beach2 weeks ago
      • Queens, United States

      Fort Tilden was actually predated by a blockhouse built in the Rockaways during the War of 1812, though there was no large-scale defensive installation on the peninsula until Fort Tilden’s arrival. Read more

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      Hart Island2 weeks ago
      • Bronx, United States

      Hart Island was a center for removed citizens, often taking drug rehabilitation as an alternative for hard jail time. Read more

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      Atlantic Avenue Tunnel Tour2 weeks ago
      Other Outdoors
      • Brooklyn, United States

      In 1844 when the Atlantic Avenue Tunnel was built, the City of Brooklyn was not one of the five boroughs...the Cobble Hill Tunnel was meant to reduce the congestion caused by a street-level train. Read more

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      Carroll Gardens2 weeks ago
      • Brooklyn, United States

      On Court Street in Brooklyn in the middle of 3rd and 4th Place in Carroll Gardens, is an abandoned storefront where you can still see the remnants of a shoe-shine shop from the dusty windows. Read more

      Hotel St George2 weeks ago
      • Brooklyn, United States

      The hotel St. George came to a rather tragic end, when in 1995 after much of the hotel was converted to residential housing, a massive fire broke out devastating a large portion of the structure. Read more

      North Brother Island2 weeks ago
      Other Outdoors
      • United States

      This gantry received shuttle service from the Port Morris Gantry, located in the southern portion of the Bronx. Read more

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      NY Central RR Remains 69th St Transfer Bridge2 weeks ago
      • United States

      The 69th St Transfer bridge was once a transfer terminal for the New York Central Railroad, facilitating the movement of freight from railyards to river barges known as “car floats.” Read more

      Expertise in Outdoors & Recreation
      Port Morris Gantries2 weeks ago
      Historic Site
      • Port Morris, United States

      Historically they were used in relation to unloading and loading ferries to North Brother Island and North Beach in Queens, to aid the neighborhoods manufacturing sector in both goods and manpower. Read more

      Expertise in Monuments / Landmarks
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      Flushing Meadows-Corona Park2 weeks ago
      • New York, United States

      Designed to accommodate the 50 million visitors of the 1964 World’s Fair, the three levels of observatories can be accessed through a stairway rising up the central column of the superstructure. Read more

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      Shooter's Island2 weeks ago
      Outdoors & Recreation
      • United States

      According to the NYC Parks department, “George Washington used the island as a drop-off point for messages, and the place became a haven for spies." Read more

      Expertise in Outdoors & Recreation