Float - Fulton Ferry.
Fulton Ferry in 1740
Lith. of A. Brown, 9 & 11 Thames St. N.Y. for William G. Bishop for 18[...]
Float - Fulton's Ferry
Fulton Ferry 1746.
Site of Fulton Ferry, 1746.
Series No. 15.
Hot Corn at Fulton Ferry
[The rebuilt Fulton Ferry at foot of Fulton Street.]
[Looking toward the Fulton Ferry.]
New-York from Fulton Ferry, Brooklyn
This panoramic view of the harbor shows the variety of vessels popular at the time, with Governor's Island...
[Brooklyn Fulton Ferry House.]
A. Brooklyn Ferry, Fulton St; B. Steam Boat Wharf, Whitehall Street.
Drawn by C. Burton. Engraved by Hatch & Smillie.
Ferry Street & Cliff Street [Collect Pond to Fulton Street]
The Schieren building. 1909. 30-38 Ferry Street. Southwest corner of Cliff Street. | J. Clarence Davies...
Fulton Street & Beekman Slip [Collect Pond to Fulton Street]
Fulton Ferry, New-York, built of Iron 1863 | J. Clarence Davies Street Views Scrapbook
Brooklyn Ferry, Fulton St
[Looking southeast toward Old Fulton and Water Streets from the edge of the East River.]
From left to right: Eagle Warehouse & Storage Company, fireboat house (onetime Fulton Ferry Museum, National...
[8 Old Fulton Street.]
Originally Brooklyn City Railroad Company building, now condominium apartments.
View from the Fulton Ferry
Ferry Street [Collect Pond to Fulton Street]
Kumbel's Patent Machine Stretched Leather Banding. The Original and only Patented Banding in the United...
[Looking east toward the corner of Old Fulton and Water Streets from the edge of the East River.]
From left to right: Waterfront Restaurant (originally Franklin House hotel), Eagle Warehouse & Storage...
[Waterfront Restaurant, Water Street and Old Fulton Street.]
[Old Fulton Street between Front and Water Streets.]
[Looking northwest along Old Fulton Street to Waterfront Restaurant.]
[Eagle Warehouse & Storage Co., 28 Old Fulton Street.]
Ferry House Foot of Fulton Street, Brooklyn, in 1850.
[Fulton Street, looking west from Front Street, near Fulton Street Ferry.]
Shows Hotel United States
[Looking west on Old Fulton Street across the East River to Lower Manhattan.]
[Looking west down Old Fulton Street to the Long Island Safe Deposit Company building and Bankside Boon Dock bar and restaurant.]
Brooklyn City Steam Engine Manufactory. D.P. Burdon & Co.
Manufacturers of steam engines, boilers, sugar mills, saw and grist mills, pumps & gearing for working...
[Tugboats on the East River.]
Two tugboats heading up the East River. Two ferry boats, a steamship and the Brooklyn and Manhattan...
Jos. H. Colyer, Coal and Wood Depot
Front Street near Fulton, principal yard, foot of Washington Street, Brooklyn. Best qualities of Lehigh...
Use the Alden Fruit Vinegar. Absolutely Pure. Always Satisfactory
Compliments of Valentine, Bergen & Co. wholesale grocers. No. 15 Fulton Street, Brooklyn.
[Brooklyn Bridge from the Fulton Ferry Terminal.]
[Hot Corn Man. At Fulton Ferry]
Brooklyn Ferry, Fulton Street, New York
Copyright 1905, Society of Iconophiles, N.Y.
Harbor View Restaurant
1 Cadman Plaza West & Water Street.
[4 Water Street and 2 Water Street, originally Franklin House hotel.]
After Franklin House was the Waterfront Restaurant, then Pete's Downtown restaurant.
[Aerial view of Governors Island from Brooklyn.]
Closed Cars [Fulton Ferry No. 61 streetcar, Prospect Park & Flatbush.]
Photograph taken at the John Stephenson Company factory at 47 East 27th Street.
Cable Cars [Fort Hamilton streetcar No. 5, Fulton & Hamilton Ferries.]
Brooklyn steam motor car with vertical boiler on left side of car.
[Long Island Safe Deposit Company building and Bankside Boon Dock bar and restaurant.]
[Long Island Safe Deposit Company building, 1 Front Street.]
[Looking north on Everit Street toward the Waterfront Restaurant and McCann's Bar & Grill.]
[Long Island Safe Deposit Company building and Whitehouse Bar & Grill.]
[View looking north over the East River from what is now Brooklyn Bridge Park, Brooklyn.]
Fulton Ferry. Pier No. 17. Fulton Ferry where Walt Whitman used to come and go on the East River. Banker's Trust tower in the distance.
[Looking west across the grounds of the Empire Stores, 53-83 Water Street.]
Brooklyn Bridge and Brooklyn waterfront as seen from the Manhattan Bridge in the blizzard of 1983
[Looking southwest across the East River to the twin towers of the World Trade Center from Brooklyn.]
[Walentas Building, Sweeney Building and Empire Stores seen from the East River.]
The Walentas Building is also known as Gair Building No. 7 and was converted to condominiums in 1999....
[Looking southwest from the grounds of the Empire Stores across the East River to Lower Manhattan.]