As of early 2014 I’m looking around for work and have been “freelancing” for three years. Most of my career has consisted of working with print, editing, writing, proofreading, and mechanicals and layout. After thirty years in the business, and fifteen writing and researching Forgotten New York (which will likely continue until death or incapacitation) […]
Office Space for Rent200 sq ft. $700/month office - avail now! Freshly painted, carpeted, new restrooms, professional/non-profit floor, most convenient location in western Queens, shopping restaurants across street, includes shelving and desk, new carpet, and new air conditioner. Elevator; Four blocks from N, R, Q, M service. 15 minutes from mid-town. 2 blocks from Kaufman Arts Center
Tenth Great Year!
Tag Archives: Port Washington
August 17, 2014
May 16, 2002
CONTINUED FROM PART 1 Auburndale This is possibly the final photograph taken of the “old” Auburndale station. Formerly an at-grade station, the line was placed on an embankment and elevated over 192nd Street in 1929. The station is undergoing a complete renovation including a new platform and waiting room. Auburndale was originally the Thomas Willets farm; […]