Along Eastern Parkway in Brooklyn

Along Eastern Parkway in Brooklyn


Here are some photos that either didn’t fit in the previous Blog Posts or are just weird.


This appears to be somebody’s idea of a joke. The location is next to the Brooklyn Museum but upon closer inspection it might be an old abandoned subway entrance or something to do with the MTA, Transit Authority. There are many abandoned subway stations no longer in use for whatever reason. The New York City subway system dates back to as early as the 1900s in some cases. Some of these stations can no longer accommodate the Modern subway trains. You May ask is it possible to go spelunking and exploring these abandoned stations? Yes. Under the direction and authority of the MTA. There is a Transit Museum also located in Brooklyn where you can sign up for available abandoned subway excursions or as I like to call them Subway Spelunking. Hopefully when spring arrives and the weather is warmer I will do so.


Odds and Ends


Which Way Challenge: November 22, 2018 | sonofabeach96

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I took these pictures today after church. This neighborhood is called Bushwick. I Live on the cusp of Bed Stuy, Brownsville and Bushwick. Depending on which direction I walk it’s possible to traverse all three neighborhoods in the course of a day.

I Love Brooklyn!

The subway system that you see in the top Upper section of the photos is the J subway train line. As you can tell the J train is an elevated Line at least in Brooklyn. It does at points during the Travel go underground.


Cee’s Which Way Photo Challenge – February 9, 2018 – Cee’s Photography

 

 

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Cee’s Which Way Photo Challenge – February 9, 2018

 

 

On a foggy misty somewhat dreary Thursday afternoon I took a few photos while walking through Central Park on my way to work.  I really like the starkness of the trees juxtaposed with the buildings.

 

 

 

As always I must include my underground life. I think I spend more time on the subways than I do above ground!