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Coney Island in the 1960s: New York’s beachfront world of its own – in pictures

A new exhibition of Aaron Rose’s photographs at the Museum of the City of New York chronicles the history of the city’s most famous beach. The show, In a World of Their Own: Coney Island Photographs, 1961-1963, is at the Museum of the City of New York until 3 August.

HH:  Some nostalgic Coney Island photos here - some real urban Americana.

Coney Island in the 1960s: New York’s beachfront world of its own – in pictures

A new exhibition of Aaron Rose’s photographs at the Museum of the City of New York chronicles the history of the city’s most famous beach. The show, In a World of Their Own: Coney Island Photographs, 1961-1963, is at the Museum of the City of New York until 3 August.

HH:  Some nostalgic Coney Island photos here - some real urban Americana.

 Old Clock Tower Transformed Into a-Penthouse
6,813 square feet penthouse offers you a 360 degrees view of the city, overlooking the Brooklyn Bridge and Manhattan.  The three story apartment house selling price is/was 18-Million.
Source:  Expensive Homes.com
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 Old Clock Tower Transformed Into a-Penthouse
6,813 square feet penthouse offers you a 360 degrees view of the city, overlooking the Brooklyn Bridge and Manhattan.  The three story apartment house selling price is/was 18-Million.
Source:  Expensive Homes.com
Zoom Info
 Old Clock Tower Transformed Into a-Penthouse
6,813 square feet penthouse offers you a 360 degrees view of the city, overlooking the Brooklyn Bridge and Manhattan.  The three story apartment house selling price is/was 18-Million.
Source:  Expensive Homes.com
Zoom Info

 Old Clock Tower Transformed Into a-Penthouse

6,813 square feet penthouse offers you a 360 degrees view of the city, overlooking the Brooklyn Bridge and Manhattan.  The three story apartment house selling price is/was 18-Million.

Source:  Expensive Homes.com

Federal buildings surround Foley Square in downtown Manhattan in this aerial photograph taken over New York, U.S., on Wednesday, July 7, 2010. Photographer: Daniel Acker/Bloomberg

Federal buildings surround Foley Square in downtown Manhattan in this aerial photograph taken over New York, U.S., on Wednesday, July 7, 2010. Photographer: Daniel Acker/Bloomberg

Newspaper Row

Newspaper Row, or Park Row as it’s now known, was the home of most of New York City’s newspapers during the 19th century. The buildings in this image housed the New York World newspaper, the New York Tribune, and The New York Times — which was the first paper in the city to move into a building built specifically for its own use when it moved to 41 Park Row in 1958.

Newspaper Row

Newspaper Row, or Park Row as it’s now known, was the home of most of New York City’s newspapers during the 19th century. The buildings in this image housed the New York World newspaper, the New York Tribune, and The New York Times — which was the first paper in the city to move into a building built specifically for its own use when it moved to 41 Park Row in 1958.
BEFORE AND AFTER
Walking around downtown Manhattan we’re often amazed how dark and sooty most buildings have become after decades and decades of street pollution.  We love how the photo above, taken by Trevor Little and coming to us via Boing Boing, tells the story of the “before” and “after”

BEFORE AND AFTER

Walking around downtown Manhattan we’re often amazed how dark and sooty most buildings have become after decades and decades of street pollution.  We love how the photo above, taken by Trevor Little and coming to us via Boing Boing, tells the story of the “before” and “after”