Thursday Doors

This used to be the building of the Fire Department headquarters in Brooklyn. The old headquarters. It is six stories tall and was built in 1920. I couldn’t tell who or what lives there now. The details of this is so intricate.

I took these pictures today while on my search for the Board of Elections Office. Yes, I was in search of the drop box. My ballot made it there safely!

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Thursday Doors

Yep! I’m feeling the wood this week. Looks like they’re all being well looked after.

Good morning all!!😊 I am starting to ease out of lock down. And the spirit of snapping pictures of people’s door while hoping they’re not watching is back!!

That last one I have dreams for..I need new fencing in my back yard. How cool would that be!! I think this person made this himself. I have yet to see a person as I go by on my walks though. I want to pepper him/her with questions. Very creative!

A good weekend to all!!

Pat R

8/6/20

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Thursday Doors – Around Brooklyn

An apartment building door.

Yep, that’s to a garden. Not attached to a fence. A fancy fenceless door. Odd!

I’ve never seen those on a door before, only on windows

The bottom of this door is down some steps.

That’s all for this week. Doorscursions in lockdown has been anemic at best. These I scored while on essential errands from the car.

Pat R

5/21/30

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Thursday Doors – Around Brooklyn

This was what was next to the above door. Yes, that Thomas Jefferson. It’s a democratic club. Who know those still existed!? They even have a Facebook page.
This was on a delivery truck in the city. I believe it was Arizona Ice Tea
A door leaning up against a vendor stall at the Maryland State Fair.

There you go. An interesting variety this week.

Pat R

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3/12/20

Thursday Door – Bedford Stuyvesant Brooklyn

I was driving through Bedford Stuyvesant this evening. I forgot how many gorgeous doors there are in the neighborhood. These brownstones were built for the growing middle class at the time from 1890s to the late 1910s. Very ornate surrounds.

Pat R

2/15/20

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Thursday Doors Neighborhood: Prospect Park South..Brooklyn, NY

This house had a famous architect, it was built in 1910
Year Built: 1910
Architectural Style: Colonial Revival
Architect: Benjamin F. Hudson
This is it’s door. As close as I could get without gauking.

Pat R

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