A house in Allerton.

A house in Allerton.

Houses in Cambria Heights.

Houses in Cambria Heights.

A house in Inwood.  This part of Inwood fascinates me.  You’re about as far to the north in Manhattan as you can go, and the housing looks more like what you’d find in other boroughs than in Manhattan itself.  This house looks like something you’d expect to find in Middle Village or Rego Park in Queens; right around the corner is an apartment house that looks like you should be walking along the Grand Concourse in the Bronx.

A house in Inwood.  This part of Inwood fascinates me.  You’re about as far to the north in Manhattan as you can go, and the housing looks more like what you’d find in other boroughs than in Manhattan itself.  This house looks like something you’d expect to find in Middle Village or Rego Park in Queens; right around the corner is an apartment house that looks like you should be walking along the Grand Concourse in the Bronx.

The Jamaica Station on the Long Island Rail Road.

The Jamaica Station on the Long Island Rail Road.

Looking down the tracks of the No. 1 Line towards a tunnel portal.

Looking down the tracks of the No. 1 Line towards a tunnel portal.

Houses in Sunset Park.

Houses in Sunset Park.

Buildings in Hunts Point.

Buildings in Hunts Point.

Fire escapes in the Manhattanville Valley.

Fire escapes in the Manhattanville Valley.

A house in Westerleigh.

A house in Westerleigh.

A house in Laurelton.

A house in Laurelton.

Thanks to “Darknessshine”

The 1,000th person to reblog and/or like “Houses in Prospect Heights.”

No prize or anything.  Just wanted to say that.

Today is the 125th anniversary of the birth of ‪#‎Charlie_Chaplin‬. He’s still with us, at least as long as films like this are still around.

A house in Maspeth.

A house in Maspeth.

Many windows overlooking 6th Avenue.

Many windows overlooking 6th Avenue.

Houses in Kew Gardens.

Houses in Kew Gardens.