Living TRAVEL - NEW YORK 1974

 5th Avenue and the Empire State Building - above right: the top of the building.
Below: views from the top.

Looking NNE towards Central Park
- see below for Central Park images

Looking NE to the Pan Am and Chrysler buildings,
with the Triborough Bridge just visible in the background

Looking WNW along 33rd and 34th streets across the Hudson River to New Jersey

Looking south past the Brooklyn Bridge over the East River
with the Twin Towers to the right and the Verrazano Narrows Bridge in the right distance

Looking SSW along W. Broadway and 6th Street to Lower Manhattan
with Ellis Island and the Statue of Liberty in the distance

Rockefeller Plaza and an Ice Rink

FDR Drive - and below


5th Avenue looking north from the Empire State Building

42nd Street and the Chrysler Building

St. Patrick's Cathedral

United Nations building at the end of 42nd Street

The Guggenheim Museum of Modern Art - architect Frank Lloyd Wright

Inside the Guggenheim

Central Park

Central Park with homeless man

Central Park looking towards a church in the Harlem district

A scene in Harlem - and below


Apartments in the Bronx (across the Harlem River from Harlem)

Another scene in the Bronx

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