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The Last Brooklyn Trolley

This series of photographs were taken the same day that the trolley was removed from the public view in 2013.

I saw this happening, in astonishment, in front of my eyes through my window artist loft where i  reside for two years. I ran downstairs with my camera and documented the removal, it was cold February day , 2013.

It is uncertain the destination where it was shipped to or whether it had been turned into scrap.

THE LAST BROOKLYN TROLLEY-Series IV

THE LAST BROOKLYN TROLLEY-Series IV

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These series of photographs were taken the same day that the trolley was removed from the public view in 2013.

I saw this happening, in astonishment, in front of my eyes through my window artist loft, in Red Hook, Brooklyn, where I resided for the period two years photographing the area. I ran downstairs with my camera and documented the removal, it was a cold February day in 2013.

It is uncertain the destination where it was shipped to or whether it had been turned into scrap.

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