Thursday, November 27, 2008

New York Worlds Fair Part 4

Back again with more views of the New York World's Fair. The first image ties into yesterdays, the Swiss Sky Ride building (one of two.)

Here is another photograph taken while on the Sky Ride. The image shows a food stand serving Shrimp Roll.

One of the more interesting modes of transportation was the Greyhound tram. The tram is designed maintaining the sleek lines of the futurism and aesthetics of the fair.

A nice you are there view while riding the Greyhound tram.

Next up are a couple of images showing the wide boulevards, the crowds and just how expansive the Fair was. By looking at the images, I can see the need for a tram on the fairgrounds.

The next two images are from dusk when the family was leaving. The first is of the New York Port Authority building where a heliport was located.

The second image is of the amusement area with the lights just starting on. Edit- I have since learned that this is the Chrysler Exhibit. Thanks PTA.

I hope everyone has a nice and happy Thanksgiving. And for the vegans out there, enjoy your tofurkey!


Viewliner Ltd. said...

Happy Thanksgiving... wishing all the best for you and your family, Richard.

Katella Gate said...

Howdy Matterhorn: Thanks for the pics, but the links to larger versions are dead. I keep getting this notice:

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The requested URL /blog1/ was not found on this server.

Additionally, a 404 Not Found error was encountered while trying to use an ErrorDocument to handle the request.
Apache/1.3.41 Server at Port 80

Matterhorn1959 said...

Hey Katella Gate- thanks for the heads up. A typing error on my part. I have fixed the links. Thanks.

PTA Transit Authority said...

The last picture is of the Chrysler Exhibit.

Major Pepperidge said...

So nice, especially those beautiful dusk photos!

Thanks for all of your great posts always, Patrick, and I hope that you have a great Thanksgiving!

Anonymous said...

I think the Chrysler exhibit pic is printed in reverse. Note "CH" lettering on top of building.

Matterhorn1959 said...

Hello- thanks for the information. I have corrected the photo and also made the notation it is the Chrysler exhibit.