FNY 2015 Tour Schedule

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These programs are supported by public funds from the NYC Department of Cultural Affairs; additional support is provided by the membership of the Greater Astoria Historical Society.

Locations subject to change. All tours run approximately 2.5 to 3.5 hours unless noted. Note: MTA train schedules on weekends, as well as tour dates, are subject to change.

ForgottenTour #98: Bayside, Queens, Sunday, September 13, 12 Noon. Meet on 41st Avenue and 213th Street at Long Island Rail Road station house.

A visit to this suburban neighborhood that is home to several waterside parks and ponds, and surprisingly interesting architecture, including the home of one of the United States’ greatest prizefighters.

ForgottenTour #99: Tribeca, Manhattan, Sunday, September 27, 12 Noon. Meet outside Franklin Street station at Varick and Franklin Streets (#1 train)

A wealth of interesting architecture, including cast-iron front buildings and a picturesque pedestrian bridge, will be shown on this tour in a formerly sleepy part of town.

ForgottenTour #100:  Special for FNY Tour #100, Open House NY, Sunday, October 18 (TBD; tentatively north Astoria)

ForgottenTour #101:  Green-Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn, Sunday, October 25, 12 Noon. Meet at cemetery entrance, 5th Avenue and 25th Street; R train is one block away at 4th and 25th

For the first time on a FNY tour, the east side of Green-Wood will be explored, where the remains of Boss Tweed, industrialist Peter Cooper and hot dog king Charles Feltman rest.

We’ll exit on the east side of the cemetery, where the F train Church Ave station lurks near.

ForgottenTour #102:  Dyker Heights, Brooklyn, Sunday, November 8, 12 Noon. Meet at 4th Avenue and 77th Street outside R train station.

Check out Dyker Heights’ wealth of interesting buildings, as well as McKinley and Dyker Heights Parks, in this neighborhood considered a NYC suburb until the coming of the subway.

(We’ll likely end up at the N train 8th Ave. or Ft. Hamilton Parkway stations)

†New tour given for first time

All tours cost $15 for Greater Astoria Historical Society members, $20 for non-members. 

RSVP for whichever tours you wish to attend to info@astorialic.org, erpietri@earthlink.net, kevin@forgotten-ny.com or kevinjudewalsh@gmail.com. Walk-ups welcome.

2/21/15; rev. 5/6/15

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