Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn, is a diverse neighborhood with maritime culture, Soviet and Jewish influences, equestrian history, and roast beef.
Across New York City, there are plenty of remnants of abandoned rail lines, some of which have been defunct for over a century.
Brooklyn is a wonderland of abandoned spaces for urban explorers. Learn about abandoned boat graveyards, power stations, and subway tunnels.
The cycle of construction, demolition, and rebirth is as old as NYC itself, and many of its grandest hotels have been lost to history. Here are 10 notable ones.