Posts Tagged ‘cobblestones’

An everyday NYC weekend scene….

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swings wide

The Carroll Street Bridge over the Gowanus Canal is 120 years old. It’s a retractile bridge, one of only four in the U.S.; to open, the bridge rolls back on steel rails. Fortunately, this is pretty far up the canal and doesn’t have to allow boats through often. This picture is of the gate that swings shut to prevent cars from crossing when the bridge is moving. With the cobblestones and brick buildings, the scene is olde timey, except for the Bkln Yard visitors to the right.

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Red Hook

On the other hand, LeNell’s, on Van Brunt, has lost their lease and will be gone by the end of the month. They are hoping to relocate but don’t have a destination yet. Maybe there’s more to the story, but it sounds familiar – the landlord is cashing in on what LeNell’s brought to the neighborhood over the past few years.

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