This sign in Brooklyn’s oldest cemetery, Brooklyn, New York.
Inside looking out through the stained glass of a cemetery chapel, Brooklyn, New York.
Angels and headstones, Green-Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn, NY.
Obelisk Gravestones arranged almost like chess pieces at Green-Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn, NY
USS Ericsson (TB-2) in dry dock at Brooklyn Navy yard, c1900s [2000 x 1378]
sebasttians: I’m just a kid from Brooklyn. Source link
USS Oregon (BB-3), Brooklyn Navy Yard, 1898.
USS North Dakota in the Brooklyn Navy yard, year unknown.
A picturesque street in Brooklyn
The one and only Brooklyn Bridge [oc][5916×2605]
Magnolia x veitchii bud in Brooklyn Botanic Garden — spprriiinnggg [3938 x 3129] [OC]
New York Brooklyn Bridge 1439×798 (oc)
Christening of USS Vestal (AR-4) by Ms. Goodrich at New York Navy Yard, Brooklyn, New York, May 19, 1908 [3060 x 2016]
GMD shipyard at the Brooklyn Navy yard, New York. [2509×2000]
Merello Volta monument in Green-Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn, New York [OC]
Dry Dock No. 3, Brooklyn Navy Yard, 1919. [3150×2420]
Lower Manhattan and the Eastbound lanes of the Brooklyn Bridge
Cunard steamship RMS CARPATHIA in Dry Dock 4 at Erie Basin, Brooklyn, New York, 1913. Launched in 1902 at Newcastle upon Tyne, England. In April 1912 she rescued 705 passengers in lifeboats from the RMS TITANIC. Converted to troop transport… Continue Reading
Manhattan and Brooklyn bridges
[I ate] Stretchy blackberry ice cream from Republic of Booza in Brooklyn, NY. [OC]
Brooklyn Bridge (Arthur Hammond, c.1930) [2000×1252]
bob-belcher: Terry Crews on Brooklyn Nine-Nine Cancellation Source link
Light cruiser and the lead ship of her class of seven, USS Brooklyn (CL-40), on the ways at the Brooklyn Navy Yard, Nov 11, 1936. [1231 × 1035]
stream: brooklyn nine nine getting cancelled vs brooklyn nine nine being renewed the next day Source link
Green-wood Cemetery, Brooklyn NY [1920×1313][OC]