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Tuesday, October 10, 2006 | Copyright © 2006 Frank Lynch. |






An atrium with railroad tracks, formerly for shipping.

The Brooklyn Army Terminal was built in 1918, and designed by architect Cass Gilbert. Its internal railroad tracks are no longer in use, but up and down this huge atrium are all sorts of loading docks, both on ground level and on the floors above. I was in hog heaven. For an external shot, go here. 58th Street (Sunset Park). Brooklyn, New York. | Filed in Brooklyn and Landmarks. View My Profile

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