McGowan’s Pass (sometimes spelled “McGown’s”) is a topographical feature of Central Park in New York City, just west of Fifth Avenue and north of 102nd Street in Harlem, NY.
This is pretty much how things looked when Frederick Law Olmsted and his family lived here, 1859-1862, while Olmsted was directing the construction of Central Park.
Of course, Harlem, NY has some of the most beautiful green spaces and parks that are great places to see flowers.
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Harlem Meer is a lake at the northeast corner of New York City’s Central Park.
North Woods and North Meadow are two interconnected features in the northern section of Central Park, around the Harlem Meer aka Harlem Creek, close to the Upper West Side in Harlem, NY.
East Harlem-based Demolition Depot writes that the Hudson River State Hospital was designed by Frederick Clarke Withers. The grounds were designed by Calvert Vaux and Frederick Law Olmsted.
This year, Fort Tryon Park just 30 minutes from Harlem, NY, celebrates its 85th Anniversary!
Riverside Drive is a scenic north-south thoroughfare from Harlem to Houston.
An amazing view looking southwest of exploring Northern Central Park a history told through Rocks and Hills, photographed in 1858.
Riverside Drive in New York City, the boulevard runs on the Upper West Side, generally parallel to the Hudson River from 72nd Street to Harlem, near the George Washington Bridge at 181st Street.
New York Yimby reported that the Skateboarders in Upper Manhattan are in for a new experience. On Tuesday, the Landmarks Preservation gave its blessing to a proposal to upgrade the 20-year-old skate park in Riverside Park.
Morningside Park design to Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux at 110th Street, looking north up Manhattan Avenue in Morningside heights in West Harlem, New York, 1905.
The photographs at the Harlem Meer in Central Park were taken by Sharon Cuff on Saturday, July 18th, 2015.
[metaslider id=46779] The photographs were taken on the afternoon of Saturday, July 11th, 2015. The Park is the 1873 re-worked plans of landscape architects Frederick Law Olmsted partnered with Calvert Vaux.