Sunset in Brooklyn [2290 x 3435] [OC]
Worth St Station, NY. Completed in 1904, abandoned in 1962 to accommodate expansion of the Brooklyn Bridge station (4024×2405)
Between the Legs (View of the ESB between the legs of the Manhattan Bridge, as seen from DUMBO, Brooklyn)
Brooklyn Bridge, New York (Photo credit to Luca Bravo)
“The Triumph of Civic Virtue” – Greenwood Cemetery, Brooklyn, NY
Charles Griffith, buried in Greenwood Cemetery, Brooklyn NY (story in comments)
The grave of Charlotte Canda, Green-Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn NY (story in comments)
Brooklyn Queens Expressway in NY
The most amazing burger I’ve ever had. Emmy Burger from Emily’s in Brooklyn.
Brooklyn Bridge, New York (Photo by Anders Jilden)
Piccante Pizza from Campania in Brooklyn, New York City
A Brooklyn Loft Keeps 2,500 Books Tidy With Shelves Set at a 45-degree angle
Brooklyn Bridge, New York
Crying Headstone – Green-Wood Cemetery in Brooklyn
Tug REINAUER TWINS in Dry Dock 1, Brooklyn Navy Yard [3264×2448]
Peaceful Columbarium – Green-Wood Cemetery in Brooklyn
Obelisks for grave markers. Green-Wood cemetery, Brooklyn, NY.
Plunger-class submarines USS PORPOISE (SS-7) and USS SHARK (SS-8) in Dry Dock 1, Brooklyn Navy Yard, 23 March 1905. [2904×2244]
NOAA SHIP THOMAS JEFFERSON dry dock 5 Brooklyn Navy yard
Coast and Geodetic Survey vessel USC&GS CARLILE P. PATTERSON in drydock at Honolulu. Built in 1883 at Brooklyn, New York, primarily used as a hydrographic survey vessel in the Pacific. [1500×738]
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.