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To me it looks like that area on Queens Blvd. Inbetween The Queens Center Mall and where Alexanders was.
High bridge park under the Harlem River Drive?
surely not anywhere i’d want to be.
Looks like the road to hell without the good intentions
Is this perhaps in the vicinity of the World’s Fair in Flushing? It looks something like the pedestrian walkways that went beneath the roads there.
I was thinking the same…
The outside gallery of the High School of Graffiti Arts
I’m also thinking somewhere by Queens Blvd., maybe where one exits the subway and gets the bus for Union Tpke. Looks like (but not sure if exactly like) someplace I’ve been once perhaps 5-10 years ago, though I cannot remember why the heck I would’ve been there. I’ve been living in Massachusetts for over 20 years, but do visit friends in Queens sometimes.
Under Brooklyn Bridge ramps down near Pace U. and Gold St.?
I’m guessing north of Citi Field, around (under) Northern Blvd and the Whitestone Expressway.
In Queens where the former Vanderbilt Motor Parkway passes under the Grand Central Parkway.
See the Little red Lighthouse post for this location.
I’m not gonna tell, Kevin.
And all the previous guesses are not even close!
This is underneath the ramps on and off the George Washington Bridge, just south of the GW, leading up (or down, depending) from the Henry Hudson Parkway, around 176th-177th Streets.
Pedestrian underpass by Laurel Hill Blvd with access to Calvary Cemetery- the BQE is passing overhead
Tis easy since tis same photo as in next story re Little Red Lighthouse. The l-o-n-g qnd ‘senic’ way to Little Red.
LOOKS LIKE CORONA NEAR QUEENS BLVD.
In all honesty, this doesn’t look like something you would find anywhere in Manhattan, but that’s probably just me saying that.
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