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|Big Sailer in Manhattan||09/01/2005||574|
|Check out all FDNY Firehouses in New York City / Manhattan, great Addition for every FDNY Fan!||08/21/2005||811|
|Mehanata is a famous Bulgarian restaurant in downtown Manhattan, New York City. The address is 416 Broadway. Enjoy the marvellous Bulgarian cuisine in Manhattan!||01/11/2006||276|
|Route of the proposed 2nd ave line in Manhattan. If it is fully built a new line (the "T" which would have the colour teal) would run from 125th st to Lower Manhattan. The Q would also be extended to 125th st.||05/15/2006||543|
|Honored as one of Travel & Leisure magazine's "500 Greatest Hotels in the World," the RIHGA Royal New York delivers the essential Manhattan experience.||05/23/2006||280|
|The Woolworth Building in Manhattan, NYC. Designed by the famous architect, Cass Gilbert for FW Woolworth. Very gothic looking building and nicknamed 'The Cathedral of Commerce"||08/05/2005||442|
|NEW YORK (AP) -- An underground steam pipe explosion tore through a Manhattan street near Grand Central Terminal on Wednesday, swallowing a tow truck and killing one person as hundreds of others ran for cover amid a towering geyser of steam and flying rubble. New York Police Department spokesman Paul Browne said the explosion was not terrorism. ||07/18/2007||1,199|
|Subway stations in New York City||10/13/2005||1,241|
|Both are located in Manhattan, NYC. Where Madison Square garden is used to be an exact copy of the Farley Post Office building. This was the old Penn Station which was demolished in the early 1960's. People were outraged that such a historic place could be knocked down that they formed a sort of historic places protection to prevent this in the future.||08/05/2005||835|
|Airplane on the top of a builiding in Manhattan.|
The biplane on the roof sculpture was designed by some guy named Rudolph de Harak and executed by the sculptor William Tarr in 1969 (thanks Jack Ryan).
Apparently it's a full-size model of a WW1 Sopwith Camel, complete with runway. It was put there to amuse inhabitants of surrounding scyscrapers, notably the WTC.
...the biplane ...
|The Chrysler Building in Manhattan, NYC. Designed by William Van Allen for Walter P. Chrysler and completed in 1930. It was the tallest building in the world for just a few short months until it was overtaken by The Empire State Building. The spire of the building, as well as the hood ornament gargoyles are made of German Nirosta metal. The lobby is made of Italian and South African marble and ...||08/04/2005||1,037|
With heights of 203 feet, drops of 144 feet and speeds up to 67 MPH, this attraction adds new meaning to the phrase "let it ride!" It features the world's first "heartline" twist and dive maneuver, allowing riders to experience the thrilling force of negative g's! Simulating a barrel-roll in a jet fighter, it rolls 180 degrees, hangs 86 feet in the a...