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Modern subway tunnel 2
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Coney Island 3
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42/Bway
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Satan's Laundromat

Filmstrip

07/30/04

How do I lick my girl to make her enjoy it / Its all about the clit not the hole / Both fools! Shit lick her ass too / Light her shit on fire

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Modern subway tunnel 2

07/28/04

 

More from the 1970s subway tunnel beneath Manhattan: the mammoth, graf-covered ten-level emergency exit. And at the far end, a cavernous, stair-crossed, pitch-black chamber of bare concrete, perhaps 150 feet tall, 200 feet long and 60 feet wide, waits to grow up and someday become an entrance to the Second Avenue subway.

More at LTV: The Red Tunnel, Level 10, The NorthSide, and The Larger Entrance.


Accessing prohibited sections of the subway can be hazardous or fatal. Do not attempt it.

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Modern subway tunnel 1

07/26/04


This tunnel deep beneath Manhattan was bored in the 1970s as a provision for the still-unbuilt Second Avenue subway and has only rarely been used by passenger trains. Here, in one of the deepest portions of the New York subway system, a W train, far from its assigned route, snoozes on an abandoned platform; its lights are off but its air conditioning occasionally kicks in.

More at LTV: The Red Tunnel, Level 10, The NorthSide, and The Larger Entrance.


Accessing prohibited sections of the subway can be hazardous or fatal. Do not attempt it.

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Coney Island 3

07/22/04

Previously, Coney 1 and 2.

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Forgottentour 17

07/19/04

Above, photos from Kevin's Forgottentour 17, in Lower Manhattan. (Previously, Forgottentour 15 in Jamaica.)

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42/Bway

07/17/04

Impeach Bush / your mother you spineless bastard

 

A friend's new photo journal: Etsy.

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JC

07/14/04


Journal Square, Jersey City, NJ

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Gotham

07/13/04

Designated graffiti wall by order of NYC Parks and Recreation

 

jschumacher: Miscellaneous Signs.

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Summer High Line 3

07/12/04

Toy soldier says: My owner's mom stationed me here 'til there isn't so much real shooting.  Manhattan Mini Storage.

Looks like we'll be here for a while, said by videotapes of Mad Max, Lethal Weapon, Braveheart, The Patriot, Signs.  Manhattan Mini Storage.

Winter High Line photos: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5

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Summer High Line 2

07/10/04

Winter High Line photos: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5

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Summer High Line 1

07/09/04

The High Line is an abandoned elevated train line on the west side of Manhattan. The city wants to turn it into a park. Winter High Line photos: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5

 

The Times discovers street art (and Swoon).

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Five boroughs

07/06/04

I decided to introduce a bit of randomness into my travels by randomly picking one street in each borough out of the index of my Hagstrom's and taking one photo on each street.


William Avenue, City Island, The Bronx

 


West 24th Street, Coney Island, Brooklyn

 


East 101st Street, Upper East Side, Manhattan

 


Troutman Street, Bushwick/"Ridgewood", Queens

 


Draper Place, New Springville, Staten Island

Staten Island was a bit of a fiasco: Hagstrom's showed Draper Place across the street from where it actually was, so I had to make a second trip all the way out there to find it. The computerized version of Hagstrom's is the worst monstrosity perpetrated on New York cartography since the 1972 Vignelli subway map.

 

The 666 Laundromat, for which this site is named, can be seen in a brief scene in HBO's new film Everyday People. In the scene, about 28 minutes in, two of the laundromat employees are eating lunch, sitting on red benches in front of the laundromat's red storefront.

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Chelsea 2

07/03/04

For rent - for info call Susan B. Anthony

Evil minds that plot destruction
Chelsea (previously)

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Downtown street art 3: stickers

07/01/04


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