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No No No Parking Lot


Awwww, no drug deals? At least casual violence still ok.

No No No Parking Lot

East Long Island 1980


East Long Island 1980 is brought to you by: Franny Wentzel and others

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Long Island's Quiet Side

author: Franny Wentzel : East Long Island 1980
Tuesday, February 1st, 2011


 

Long Island's Quiet Side

author: Franny Wentzel : East Long Island 1980


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This was the only other NatGeo article devoted to Long Island outside of The City. Apparently there was an idea floated at the time for Eastern Long Island to secede from Nassau County and form a 'Peconic County'.



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Redbirds


Two 's station in 1999. These two particular cars were a permanently-attached "married couple", in which the car numbered 8900 contained the motor-generator and batteries and the car numbered 8901 contained the air compressor. These two cars...

Redbirds

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Graf Trux 23: Downtown Brooklyn


A ticketing a on in . The driver was sitting in the cab the whole time, telling off the meter-maid so loudly you could hear it from 25 feet away... even with the...

Graf Trux 23: Downtown Brooklyn

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