Monday, August 20, 2012
The 14th Street Train station has stood for most of the last century as an enigma... Never has it ever been fully utilized in its lifetime having been completed just as America went into the great depression. Yet today it still finds usefulness as backdrop to many well known movies, The Island, Transformers to name two. Its cavernous main hall the space for dance raves and it crumbling structure the back drop for many photographers including me. I have written several posts about this site and tonight I want to feature some of my newly converted Black and white images from the past... Enjoy!
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Posted by EpiphanyNoir at 8/20/2012 09:07:00 PM