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June 05, 2016


Robert Egan

What, only 45 pictures? Kidding.
The photo you have of the open elevator shaft reminds me of the quirky museum situated in an elevator shaft at
4 Cortlandt Alley, west of Broadway, below Canal Stret. It's supposedly NYC's smallest museum at all of about 6 feet wide by 8 feet deep. And it full of very off the wall stuff..It's only open weekends I think. Here's a Times article onit...


Why does the phrase "Concrete Canyons" come to mind?


Great photos!

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