11. 126th Street Depot
In 2008, when the New York City Department of Transportation was working on the Willis Avenue Bridge, construction workers discovered body parts while digging. The land was once part of the Elmendorf Reformed Church’s Cemetery. The site is currently occupied by the MTA’s 126th Street Bus Depot, which was originally built by the Third Avenue Railway in 1947. In 2015, the MTA is scheduled to build a new bus depot on the site. Local groups are hoping that instead, the site will be landmarked.