Photographs from Grand Central Terminal, including the basement power room and FDR’s private railroad car.
From their website, “Learn about Florida’s farming history, rare heritage livestock, native plants and wildlife. Rare cracker horses and cattle, descendants of the first Spanish settlers’ livestock, make their home at the Museum. Learn about the history of the Museum and the authentic structures relocated onto the Museum grounds and carefully restored. The Museum’s farm showcases an abundance of native Florida plants and wildlife.”
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These are photos taken during a tour of the Greystone property lead by the Roebling Chapter of the Society for Industrial Archaeology. The tour included around some of the main building, various outbuildings, and the former gas plant. Unfortunately, the main building and surrounding buildings have since been torn down (October 2015).
Fun Central closed for a few years and was left vacant during that time. As of 2016, it has reopened under a new name.
Photos of the Ridge Battery in San Francisco, CA.
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The James A. Farley Post Office, located on 8th Avenue in New York City, dates to 1912. Much of the building is currently vacant, but the public, open area contains fantastic intricate details.