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Authors: William J. Rugen
Date: July 1, 1900
Type: black and white print; digital image
Identifier: aql:15025
Description: A view of the curve at the West Brighton Avenue end of the Sea View Railroad in Coney Island. The very first elevated line in Brooklyn, the Coney Island Elevated used iron bridges at road crossings, a ... More
Authors: William J. Rugen
Date: July 1, 1900
Type: black and white print; digital image
Identifier: aql:14998
Description: A view of the wooden structures used by the Sea View Railroad, somewhere between Ocean Parkway and West 5th Street in Coney Island. The very first elevated line in Brooklyn, the Coney Island Elevated ... More
Authors: William J. Rugen
Date: July 12, 1900
Type: black and white print; digital image
Identifier: aql:15104
Description: Looking southeast at work being done on elevated railroad tracks in Coney Island, possibly by the BRT, which purchased Sea View Railroad in 1897, electrified the line, tore down the wooden structures ... More
Authors: William J. Rugen
Date: July 1, 1900
Type: black and white print; digital image
Identifier: aql:14920
Description: Looking northeast toward elevated railroad tracks of the Sea View Railroad, which the BRT purchased in 1897. The Sea View used iron bridges at road crossings, and wooden pilings and columns elsewhere. ... More
Authors: William J. Rugen
Date: July 1, 1900
Type: black and white print; digital image
Identifier: aql:15044
Description: Looking east toward Ocean Parkway from underneath the wooden elevated railroad tracks of the Sea View Railroad, which the BRT purchased in 1897. At some point in 1900, perhaps soon after this photogra ... More
Authors: William J. Rugen
Date: April 6, 1908
Type: black and white print; digital image
Identifier: aql:15053
Description: A view looking west at the tracks of Brooklyn Rapid Transit's Brighton line, somewhere near Neptune Avenue in Coney Island.
Authors: William J. Rugen
Date: May 30, 1938
Type: black and white print; digital image
Identifier: aql:15209
Description: A view of the Brooklyn and Queens Transit Company's Coney Island and Brooklyn terminal building. Business names along the street include "Edison Co.", "Renaissance Ballroom," "Parkway Lunch Room," and ... More
Authors: William J. Rugen
Date: 1888
Subject: Hotels | Locomotives
Type: black and white print; digital image
Identifier: aql:15454
Description: April 3, 1888, was moving day for the Hotel Brighton, a.k.a. the Brighton Beach Hotel. The beach was eroding and waves were lapping at the doors of the hotel. Something had to be done as the building ... More
Authors: William J. Rugen
Date: 1896
Type: black and white print; digital image
Identifier: aql:15409
Description: This horse-drawn trolley car belonged to the Coney Island and Brooklyn Railroad Company. Running along Coney Island Avenue, it was the only horsecar line to Coney Island.
Authors: William J. Rugen
Date: May 30, 1938
Type: black and white print; digital image
Identifier: aql:15264
Description: Trolleys wait inside a Brooklyn and Queens Transit Company terminal building in Coney Island.
Authors: William J. Rugen
Date: May 26, 1951
Type: black and white print; digital image
Identifier: aql:15342
Description: Cars number 100 and 4550 under the Coney Island Terminal building.
Authors: Anders Goldfarb
Date: 1983
Type: Black and white photographs
Identifier: aql:28163
Description: Evening view south west from Stillwell Avenue station.
Authors: Anders Goldfarb
Date: 1978
Subject: Parachute Jump | Beaches
Type: Color photographs
Identifier: aql:28684
Description: View looking North near Steeplechase Pier toward the Parachute Jump.
Authors: Anders Goldfarb
Date: 1978
Type: Color photographs
Identifier: aql:28792
Description: View West from on the beach.
Authors: Anders Goldfarb
Date: 1978
Type: Color photographs
Identifier: aql:28678
Description: View West from on the beach.