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30 Heartwarming Vintage Photographs of New York City ~ ThePhotomag

30 Heartwarming Vintage Photographs of New York City ~ ThePhotomag
New York can rightly be called one of the most beautiful cities on earth. Every one of you would like to visit the busy city and especially for photographers it is not less than a paradise to take a dream shot. But our today’s post is not to show you the modernity of the New York City. In the post below you will find some of the most beautiful Vintage Photographs of New York City to honor the legacy of your dream city. Grand Central Terminal, New York City (1941) Painters on the Brooklyn Bridge (1914) Manhattan from Union Square (1942) Parachute Jump, Coney Island (1951) Boys in Central Park (1972) 30 Rockefeller Center Plaza (1932) Beneath the Brooklyn Bridge (1918) C Train (1985) City Hall Subway Station (1904) Chinatown (1900) Clouds Over the Brooklyn Bridge (1946) Downtown Mist (1953) Cops in the Train, the Bronx (1981) Dock View (1946) Fulton Street Dock (1935) Fulton Fish Market (1943) Harbour (1947) Harlem (1987) Lunch Atop a Skyscraper (1932) Manhattan Bridge in Progress (1908) Little Italy (1905)

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