During the 1840s, the city of New York mistakenly allowed the building of train tracks along Manhattan's West Side. Soon after, trains and street-level vehicles collided in frequent accidents, leading the Eleventh Avenue freight line to be nicknamed "Death Avenue." To provide more safety, the West Side Cowboys were formed, a contingent of several men on horseback who rode ahead of the trains to signal their arrival. In the 1930s a large project to reconfigure the West Side included the…

During the 1840s, the city of New York mistakenly allowed the building of train tracks along Manhattan's West Side. Soon after, trains and street-level vehicles collided in frequent accidents, leading the Eleventh Avenue freight line to be nicknamed "Death Avenue." To provide more safety, the West Side Cowboys were formed, a contingent of several men on horseback who rode ahead of the trains to signal their arrival. In the 1930s a large project to reconfigure the West Side included the…

During the 1840s, the city of New York mistakenly allowed the building of train tracks along Manhattan's West Side. Soon after, trains and street-level vehicles collided in frequent accidents, leading the Eleventh Avenue freight line to be nicknamed "Death Avenue." To provide more safety, the West Side Cowboys were formed, a contingent of several men on horseback who rode ahead of the trains to signal their arrival. In the 1930s a large project to reconfigure the West Side included the…

During the 1840s, the city of New York mistakenly allowed the building of train tracks along Manhattan's West Side. Soon after, trains and street-level vehicles collided in frequent accidents, leading the Eleventh Avenue freight line to be nicknamed "Death Avenue." To provide more safety, the West Side Cowboys were formed, a contingent of several men on horseback who rode ahead of the trains to signal their arrival. In the 1930s a large project to reconfigure the West Side included the…

New York circa 1908. "Herald Square." Panorama composed of two 8x10 inch glass negatives, digitally merged, showing Broadway at 34th Street. Landmarks include the the New York Herald newspaper building (with its clockwork blacksmith bell-ringers and electrified owls), Sixth Avenue elevated tracks, New York Times building and Hotel Astor. Detroit Publishing Co.

New York circa 1908. "Herald Square." Panorama composed of two 8x10 inch glass negatives, digitally merged, showing Broadway at 34th Street. Landmarks include the the New York Herald newspaper building (with its clockwork blacksmith bell-ringers and electrified owls), Sixth Avenue elevated tracks, New York Times building and Hotel Astor. Detroit Publishing Co.

Chicago theater photograph black and white

Chicago theater photograph black and white

New York.

New York.

"Victory" spelled by men in training at Great Lakes Naval Training Station, Great Lakes, Illinois, ca. 1917-18.

"Victory" spelled by men in training at Great Lakes Naval Training Station, Great Lakes, Illinois, ca. 1917-18.

Niccolo' Grassi Landscaper.

The landscaper Niccolo' Grassi

Niccolo' Grassi Landscaper.

Statue of Liberty

Statue of Liberty

Staten Island Ferry- take a sightseeing ferry ride over to Manhattan! See the Statue of Liberty and Govenor's island!

Staten Island Ferry- take a sightseeing ferry ride over to Manhattan! See the Statue of Liberty and Govenor's island!

Die Dänen trauen sich was!   Copenhagen, Denmark Urban Revitalization Superkilen TOPOTEK 1, BIG - Bjarke Ingels Group, Superflex

Superkilen masterplan designed by BIG + Topotek1 + Superflex Honored by AIA

Die Dänen trauen sich was! Copenhagen, Denmark Urban Revitalization Superkilen TOPOTEK 1, BIG - Bjarke Ingels Group, Superflex

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