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Guest Post By Jessica Salt There’s something beguiling about dank air that magnetizes both tattooed punks and families on bikes, alike. Or perhaps it’s the stale boredom of an omnivore’s fast food paradise – Breezewood –and not being satisfied by … Continue reading
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Part 1 Part two of the Kings Park series includes support buildings and infrastructure. For the hospital to be mostly self-sustaining it needed buildings for power generation, food production and to house maintenance shops. The buildings are more industrial in … Continue reading
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Location: Bergen County, NJ Architecture The Hackensack Water Works buildings were constructed between 1882 and 1931 on an artificial island in the middle of a New Jersey river. The completion dates of most of the buildings are displayed in terra-cotta … Continue reading
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Location: Near Blairstown, NJ History Constructed 1908-1910 by the Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad, the Paulinskill Viaduct (aka Heinesburg Trestle) was the largest reinforced concrete structure in the world. Although, it lost its title to a bridge known as the … Continue reading