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11 March 2009

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Dane

That second shot is really lovely. And the third ... wow, that poor building. Used to be a great beauty in its youth, and now look at it.

Joe

At least the building is being used. I know what you mean though. I need to retake that photo without the long shadows. Maybe I'll get a slice of pizza and see what it looks like inside.

Uninteresting backstory: I had written this up about the Westchester Ave station, but after reading the Times article I slowly realized I had a photograph of the Hunts Point building from last fall.

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