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looks like a radar reciever.
Also the last coal fired boat.
This was the last steam fireboat in the F.D.N.Y
This was a mine sweeper, thus the wooden hull. A steel hull would attract magnetic mines.
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Eldokid, hope you are recovering comfortably, I had shoulder surgery two weeks ago and I'm still howling! Owwwwwwww...
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Another great gallery, thank you!
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Thanks for posting these abandoned places photos.
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Donna, you can check out the NYS Office of Mental Health website in regards to obtaining patient records: https://www.omh.ny.gov/omhweb/faq/
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My grandparents lived near the park. I have a faint memory of my uncle bringing my cousins and I to the park when we were young. I remember being in awe of this beautiful chapel (it was abandoned) and I wanted to see inside so bad but of course my uncle wouldn't allow five kiddos to go exploring the crumbling chapel. Little did I know, this is what sparked my love for urban exploration. Recently, my mother and I visited the park to see if it was still there. It makes my heart ache that this beautiful church was demolished. Discovering this website and these pictures has been a blessing. Thank you so much for sharing.
Creepy
Poor table
Nice
Probably was cooler than my school
Jeez
What for?