Wednesday, June 20, 2018

Wallet Card at one of the oldest lampposts in New York

This "bishops-crook" style lamppost on Beekman Place, near the UN Building, is over 100 years old, one of the very few remaining of it's kind.


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  2. It is a very beautiful lamppost. I’m surprised the local art commission or historic preservationists allow excess “stuff” to hang the it and take away its character.