Tuesday, December 12

Christmas in New York

It's Christmas in New York between 1885 an 1895. This Christmas tree market stood outside the Barclay Street Station of the New York Central & Hudson Railroad. Signs on the station read "Freight Station," "Barclay Street Station," and "Pier 17". A lone shopper was brave enough to venture out into the cold following the rain. (Source: Library of Congress online catalog)

This details shows a blanketed horse pulling a wagon for The Mammoth Furniture House of Hoboken.
Behind The Mammoth Furniture wagon sits another for Herman Kornakreks Wooden Ware on Murray and West Streets, Manhattan.

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  • Wow! i have never seen anything so old well it was in the 1800's I love New York anyways!

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