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1888 Blizzard

Downtown Manhattan during the Blizzard of

Townhouse with Blue windows via The Fuller View

A pure brick townhouse dream on East Street. Love the gate, the heavy top cornice, the roof garden, the window boxes, and the sense of fantasy. The Cinderella blue door and window detailing (mullions and relief carvings above) add to the magic.

Flatiron Building, D.H. Burnham & Co. New York City.1902

New York City's famous office building, Flat Iron, was designed by a Chicagoan Daniel Burnham. When it was completed in it was considered to be one of the tallest in the city.

China Town#Repin By:Pinterest++ for iPad#I love Hong Kong  這裡是香港

"Hong Kong in the Rain" - photographs by Christophe Jacrot. I've wandered in Hong Kong in the rain. This picture really made me want to go back.

5th Avenue and 59th Street, Cornelius Vanderbilt House - Museum of the City of New York

The NewYorkologist: Vanderbilt Mansion at Fifth Avenue and Street, New York, 1900 In the summer of 1961 this mansion was used to process Hungarian Refugees who were escaping a revolution in their country.

Fifth Avenue: 1908. If I had to pick any time period/location to be transported to, strangely it would be turn of the century New York City

New York circa "Fifth Avenue hotels north from Street What strikes me the most about this photo is it IS NY City and there is almost nobody on the sidewalks!

1930s NYC

Avenue in the snow. Empire State Building in background. Vintage NYC b&w photo.

1888 NYC

The “Great White Hurricane” changes New York

The "Great White Hurricane" of March 1888 - More than of snow fell on New York City, paralyzing it for days and spurring the creation of an underground subway system.

THE DEFINITIVE TOP 7 NYC PIZZA SHOPS, AS CHOSEN BY 11 PIE EXPERTS  -  thrillist  #Pizza #NYC

The Definitive Top 7 NYC Pizza Shops, As Chosen by 11 Pie Experts

the definitive top 7 nyc pizza shops, as chosen by 11 pie experts - thrillist

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Times Square on a rainy day.", NYC, March 1943 // Photo by John Vachon for the Office of War Information.

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