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Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Across Vanderbilt, in Midtown

Vanderbilt Ave, nyc
Photo by myself at 42nd Street and Vanderbilt Avenue.

Believe it or not, above Houston Street there are a handful of streets that don't have numbers for names.

Vanderbilt Avenue is a tiny street that spans just a few blocks in Midtown. Grand Central Station, which was built by Cornelius Vanderbilt in the mid-1800s, is located at southmost end of the street.

It's been cold and dreary and grey here. We even had a spot of snow. Ugh!

Related posts: All Lit Up, on Fifth Avenue, In Neon, on Seventh Avenue, and After the Rain, in Midtown.


s.c said...

Cold,gray and a spot of snow is something we have now also plenty. The winter has really trouble to say goodbye. Still it isn't enough to keep the people of the streets as I see on your as always nice picture. Thanks for showing.

biebkriebels said...

Your weather seems simular to ours, grey, snow forcasts... We have to deal with it, haven't we? Keep warm.

Wayne said...

Cold and dreary? Sounds like Vancouver lately.

RedPat said...

It's snowing right now in Toronto but was sunny all morning - crazy spring!

Ken Mac said...

how did you get "Vanderbilt Ave" to jump out like that?

Anonymous said...

Streets are always busy and a little snow doesn't keep anyone inside. ;-)

Kitty said...

Thanks everyone!

Ken, the sign is internally lit with LED bulbs! In this neighborhood, that's how the street signs are, for some reason.