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New York Central Railroad - Meat Packing District - Eleventh* Avenue & West 12th Street - ca. 1911 Man on horse is a NYCRR Watchman / RR Policeman a/k/a "West Side Cowboy" escorting the locomotive as required by NY City law.

New York Central Railroad - Meat Packing District - Eleventh* Avenue West Street - ca. 1911 Man on horse is a NYCRR Watchman / RR Policeman a/k/a "West Side Cowboy" escorting the locomotive as required by NY City law.

Collis P. Huntington Mansion 1891, Fifth Avenue and 57th Street

Collis P. Huntington Mansion southeast corner of Fifth Avenue and Street. Tiffany's sits there today surrounded by the Trump Tower.

A Fifth Avenue stage, New York, ca. 1900

Here& the second of the Detroit Publishing Co. photos of the coach service on Manhattan& Fifth Avenue.

Downtown Manhattan, New York City, 1915, including Bankers Trust, Equitable Building, Liberty Tower and the Singer Building

Downtown Manhattan, New York City, including Bankers Trust, Equitable Building, Liberty Tower and the Singer Building

1921 New York_Stock_Exchange

Photo of the New York Stock Exchange and Wilks Building in New York City 1921

New York Central J1e class 4-6-4 Hudson Hudson steam locomotive # 5396, is seen at speed hauling a passenger train, June 1953 | by alcomike43

New York Central class Hudson Hudson steam locomotive # is seen at speed hauling a passenger train, June 1953

Subway construction in 1901 underneath Broadway at 155th Street in Manhattan.

The Minerals of New York City: Subway construction in 1901 underneath Broadway at Street in Manhattan.

Fifth Avenue, 1905

An American Gilded Age era image of residential homes. Located on Avenue north of Street in New York City, with handsom cabs and pedestrians, ~ {cwl}

New York circa 1906. "Gorham Co. building, Fifth Avenue and 36th Street." New headquarters, designed by Stanford White, of the noted silver-making concern.

Gorham Silver Building, New York circa Fifth Avenue and Street. Designed by Stanford White, of the noted silver-making concern.

A Bit of Old New York, Milligan Place, Greenwich Village Date: 1905 - 1920

A Bit of Old New York, Milligan Place, Greenwich Village, 1905 - 1920 (Old Images of New York Group)

What Madison Square Garden used to look like back in 1925. Follow Sneak Outfitters for more sneak peaks at New York City. www.sneakoutfitters.com

Madison Square Garden, 1924 The second Madison Square Garden, seen here decorated for the 1924 Democratic National Convention, was located at East Street and Madison Avenue, where the New York Life Building stands today.

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New York Central Railroad - Eleventh Avenue* & West Street - ca. 1911 Man on horse is a NYCRR Watchman / RR Policeman a/k/a "West Side Cowboy" escorting the locomotive as required by NY City law. Bain News Service

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