Tuesday, July 13, 2010

NY waterfront

The New York Times reports on some urban archaeology downtown at the World Trade Center site. Visible right now is the late 19th century stone waterfront running up to 59th street. Strange to imagine that the Hudson river used to flow along here before Battery Park city was constructed...

image: David W. Dunlap/The New York Times

1 comment:

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