Created 4-Nov-11
Modified 10-Aug-21
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Architectural portrait of the area around Eldridge, Chenango and Water Street in Binghamton, NY.

Three sites of note:
  • Depot Street 21 - A large warehourse/condo brick structure from the 1880s; it won the 2006 architectural preservation award of PAST, the Preservation Association of the Southern Tier.
  • The Lackawanna Train Station, surviving, somewhat miracuously, the grand schemes of "urban renewal".
  • The Derby Knitting Factory on 301 Water Street, or what is left of it after the fire of June 11, 2011.

Leica M9, Zeiss 28mm; processing in LR3.4, Nik SE2 and CS5

Thomas H. Hahn, Ithaca, NY
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Guestbook for Urban incoherence - North Binghamton
robert zurenda(non-registered)
my father worked there for 46 years til he retired 7-16-68
Sonja L. (Dean, Buxton) Fava(non-registered)
These are the streets on which I used to walk daily. I lived on Chenango Street, one block (not even) from the Funeral Home. I would walk over the viaduct on my way downtown to shop or to pick up Mom and walk home with her. I am very sad to see the area in which I grew up so run down and not taken care of at all. My step-father was a good friend of Al Libous and we could see his store front from our apartment. I am so glad someone has captured in pictures these areas. Thanks.
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