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Added by Dark Warrior on 20 Dec 2013 07:47
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New York City In The Early 1900's Tribute

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The Original City Hall Subway Station (1904)

The Waldorf Astoria Hotel (1900)

The Brooklyn Bridge Subway (1904)

Brooklyn Bridge Terminal (1903)

The Ansonia Apartments (1904)

Liberty Island (1904)

Coney Islands (1903)

The Luna Park by Night (Coney Islands) (1905)

The Times Building Construction (1904)

The Metropolitan Museum Of Art (1903)

A News Stand Near A Subway Entrance (1903)

i'm still amazed to see those old picture's of some cities because we can see the evolution of our society with our own eyes. can you imagine that in a short lap of time our entire way of living as completely changed because in 1900 there was no cars,no planes, no t.v.,no freezer, no movie theaters,radio,no computers,no cell phones and we were only traveling by trains, boats and subways.in those days our freezer was a box with some ice block and we had to buy some ice from the delivery man to keep are food fresh and cold.we are very lucky to live in our generation.

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Posted: 4 years, 9 months ago at Dec 23 5:06
Simpler years, and sometimes happier. Great list =).
Posted: 4 years, 9 months ago at Jan 2 13:30
Dude, you should see the underground infrastructure! It's amazing and because of poor documentation some parts are lost waiting to be rediscovered. There's a whole other city below that city, layer after layer.
Posted: 4 years, 9 months ago at Jan 13 11:18
Nice photos...
Posted: 3 years, 11 months ago at Nov 5 8:54
What a much more beautiful and civilized era....such wonderful photographs!

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