Governors Island

Governors Island is a 172-acre island in New York Bay just to the south of Manhattan Island in New York City. Although the Lenape likely visited the island, the absence of supplies of fresh water made it inadequate for long term residence. The first permanent European settlement was made by the Dutch West India Company in 1624. The island was officially acquired by the British in 1698 and later designated as belonging to "His Majesty's Governors," yielding the name Governors Island.

The island's location in the harbor gave it strategic military importance and it was fortified by Continental troops in 1776 before falling to the British. Fort Jay was completed in 1798 and deterred the British from attacking the city during the War of 1812. The Army established a major arsenal on the island in 1833 and although advances in naval armaments reduced its tactical importance, the island remained an important military base through the second World War. In 1966 the base was transferred to the Coast Guard, and finally decommissioned in 1996.

After years of debate about options for redeveloping the decaying facility,, it was finally transferred by the Federal government to New York State in 2003 for one dollar. 22 acres of the island were designated the Governors Island National Monument with plans to convert the rest of the island into a public park with some private development.

I visited the island in August of 2010 just before moving out of the city. This photo tour approximately follows a counter-clockwise circuit of the island starting at the ferry dock on the northern tip.

Ferry terminal
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Ferry terminal
Ferry terminal
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Ferry terminal
Ferry terminal
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Ferry terminal
Ferry terminal
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Ferry terminal
Ferry terminal ramps
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Ferry terminal ramps
Slip #6 sign
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Slip #6 sign
Leaving the ferry terminal
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Leaving the ferry terminal
Ferry
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Ferry
Ferry
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Ferry
SI Ferry Terminal (left), Gov. Island Ferry Terminal (right)
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SI Ferry Terminal (left), Gov. Island Ferry Terminal (right)
Brooklyn Heights / Brooklyn Queens Expressway
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Brooklyn Heights / Brooklyn Queens Expressway
Soissons Dock
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Soissons Dock
Ramp onto island
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Ramp onto island
Crowds leaving the ferry
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Crowds leaving the ferry
Security office / bookstore
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Security office / bookstore
Soissons Dock
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Soissons Dock
Water Taxi Beach stage
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Water Taxi Beach stage
Island history sign
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Island history sign
American Flag at Fort Jay
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American Flag at Fort Jay
Bldg. 111 - Andes Road
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Bldg. 111 - Andes Road
Library
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Library
Library interior
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Library interior
Bldg. 112
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Bldg. 112

Castle Williams was one of a series of fortifications built in the early 19th century to defend New York Harbor. This circular red sandstone fort was built between 1807 and 1811 and named after its designer, Jonathan Williams. It was under renovation when I visited in the Summer of 2010.

Castle Williams
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Castle Williams
Castle Williams renovations
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Castle Williams renovations
Castle Williams gun port
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Castle Williams gun port
Scaffolding around Castle Williams
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Scaffolding around Castle Williams
Downtown Manhattan viewed from Carder Road on Governors Island
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Downtown Manhattan viewed from Carder Road on Governors Island
Some kind of surveillance device
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Some kind of surveillance device
Corrosion along the Craig Rd. N. bulkhead
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Corrosion along the Craig Rd. N. bulkhead
Unnumberd buildings on Craig Rd. N.
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Unnumberd buildings on Craig Rd. N.
Unnumberd buildings on Craig Rd. N.
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Unnumberd buildings on Craig Rd. N.
Building 555 - Craig Rd. at Clayton Rd.
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Building 555 - Craig Rd. at Clayton Rd.
Building 555
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Building 555
Bikers on Craig Rd. N.
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Bikers on Craig Rd. N.

Between 1901 and 1912, 4,787,000 cubic yards of fill extracted for the construction of the Lexington Avenue Subway (4/5/6 trains) were used to expand Governors Island from 69 to 172 acres. The southern part of the island is built from this fill and the bulk of the architecture there is from the mid 20th century. The western side was primarily apartment housing that rapidly fell into decay when the base was decommissioned. Some of that housing was used by the NY Fire Department for experimentation. The largest building is the 11-story Cunningham Apartments, built in 1972 and named after a Coastguardman Earl Cunningham who gave his life in 1936 attempting to save two Michigan fishermen. When I visited in August of 2010, all of these buildinges were planned for removal to make way for undetermined public and/or private development.

Abandoned buildings
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Abandoned buildings
"West" marker
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"West" marker
Abandoned buildings.
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Abandoned buildings.
Abandoned apartment tower
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Abandoned apartment tower
Mising windows
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Mising windows
NYFD sign
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NYFD sign
Overgrown recreational area
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Overgrown recreational area
Ellis Island historical sign
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Ellis Island historical sign
Abandoned apartment tower
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Abandoned apartment tower
Coast Guard housing historical sign
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Coast Guard housing historical sign
Abandoned apartments - Craig Rd. N. at Bear Rd.
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Abandoned apartments - Craig Rd. N. at Bear Rd.
Cunningham Apartments - West side
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Cunningham Apartments - West side
Cunningham Apartments (Bldg. 877)
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Cunningham Apartments (Bldg. 877)
Cunningham Apartments - South side
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Cunningham Apartments - South side
Demolition (NY Times)
6/9/2013 12:00 AM
Demolition (NY Times)
Tram on Craig Rd. N.
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Tram on Craig Rd. N.
Reconstruction
11/4/2013 01:19 PM
Reconstruction
Reconstruction
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Reconstruction
Reconstruction
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Reconstruction
Reconstruction
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Reconstruction

The southern tip of the island brightens considerably as derelict housing gives way to Picnic Point, an open recreation area build on land that was cleared by demolishing the Liberty Village Apartments.

Picnic Point entrance at Escanaba Rd.
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Picnic Point entrance at Escanaba Rd.
Statue of Liberty historic sign
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Statue of Liberty historic sign
Playground with Cunningham Apartments looming over
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Playground with Cunningham Apartments looming over
Statue of Liberty rededication plaque (1986)
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Statue of Liberty rededication plaque (1986)
Statue of Liberty rededication plaque on rock
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Statue of Liberty rededication plaque on rock
Picnic Point lawn
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Picnic Point lawn
Picnic Point lawn
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Picnic Point lawn
Picnic Point lawn with Cunningham Apartments in background
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Picnic Point lawn with Cunningham Apartments in background
Picnic Point lawn
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Picnic Point lawn
Picnic Point lawn
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Picnic Point lawn
Picnic Point lawn
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Picnic Point lawn
Picnic Point lawn
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Picnic Point lawn
Light beacon on southwest tip of the island
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Light beacon on southwest tip of the island
Craig Rd. curving around the southern tip of the island
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Craig Rd. curving around the southern tip of the island
Line for ice cream
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Line for ice cream
Staten Island historic sign
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Staten Island historic sign
Picnic tables
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Picnic tables
South plaque
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South plaque
<i>Wind Gap</i> by Bob Emser
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Wind Gap by Bob Emser
Red Hook warehouses viewed across the harbor
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Red Hook warehouses viewed across the harbor
Street signs
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Street signs
Port of New York historic sign
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Port of New York historic sign

The southeast quadrant of the island is where pastoral living gave way to the business side of military activity. The service buildings of various kinds were in logical proximity to three piers on the waterfront. The east side of the island also gives excellent views just across the harber of derelict and reactivated shipping insfrastructure in Red Hook.

Dumpsters
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Dumpsters
Craig Rd. S. headed north
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Craig Rd. S. headed north
Craig Rd. S. headed north
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Craig Rd. S. headed north
Warehouses
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Warehouses
Concrete anchorages in the water
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Concrete anchorages in the water
Warehouses
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Warehouses
Bikers on Craig Rd. S.
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Bikers on Craig Rd. S.
Warehouses - Cunningham Apts. in background
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Warehouses - Cunningham Apts. in background
Southern pier
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Southern pier
Southern pier
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Southern pier
Southern pier
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Southern pier
Oyster Restoration Research Project
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Oyster Restoration Research Project
Service pier
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Service pier
Decommissioned diesel tank
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Decommissioned diesel tank
Exchange Service Center
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Exchange Service Center
Exchange Service Center
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Exchange Service Center
Piles of aggregate
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Piles of aggregate
The Coast Guard Life historic sign
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The Coast Guard Life historic sign
Craig Rd. S.
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Craig Rd. S.
Gourmet Annex
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Gourmet Annex
Gourmet Annex / Hair Care Center
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Gourmet Annex / Hair Care Center
Craig Rd. S.
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Craig Rd. S.
Middle pier
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Middle pier
Middle pier
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Middle pier
Container Redemption Center
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Container Redemption Center
Container cranes in Red Hook
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Container cranes in Red Hook

This set of low-rise barracks on the West side of the island appeared to be of 1980s origin and were in remarkably bad condition for their comparative youth. By contrast to the careful craftsmanship embodied in the older buildings on the North tip of the island, the architectural barrenness likely indicated their use by lower ranking servicemembers, as well as an implication that they were not meant to last. Buildings with no respect for the past cannot expect to be respected by the future.

Overgrown parking lot
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Overgrown parking lot
Abandoned barracks
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Abandoned barracks
Abandoned barracks
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Abandoned barracks
Abandoned barracks
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Abandoned barracks
<i>Pod</i> by Yasmin Gur
7/31/2010 03:12 PM
Pod by Yasmin Gur
Climate change sea level markers
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Climate change sea level markers
Abandoned barracks
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Abandoned barracks
Abandoned barracks
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Abandoned barracks
Holes in the roof
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Holes in the roof
Abandoned barracks
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Abandoned barracks
Abandoned barracks
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Abandoned barracks
Abandoned barracks
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Abandoned barracks
Coast Guard Children historic marker
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Coast Guard Children historic marker
<i>Optic Motion</i> - Rob de Oude
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Optic Motion - Rob de Oude
<i>Optic Motion</i> - Rob de Oude
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Optic Motion - Rob de Oude
Service building
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Service building
Northern pier (Yankee pier)
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Northern pier (Yankee pier)
Northern pier
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Northern pier
Yankee Pier
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Yankee Pier
Yankee pier
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Yankee pier
Red Hook cranes
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Red Hook cranes
Red Hook cranes
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Red Hook cranes

Returning to the older, northern part of the island at, appropriately enough, Division Road, the architecture becomes considerably more satisfying.

Transition to older, northern part of the island
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Transition to older, northern part of the island
Bulkhead on southeast edge of the island
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Bulkhead on southeast edge of the island
Division Rd.
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Division Rd.
Building 315
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Building 315
Building 315
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Building 315
Swimming Pool - Clayton at Cartigan Roads
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Swimming Pool - Clayton at Cartigan Roads
Wading pool
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Wading pool
Swimming Pool
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Swimming Pool
Fort Jay Theatre
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Fort Jay Theatre
Fort Jay Theatre
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Fort Jay Theatre
Fort Jay Theatre historic sign
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Fort Jay Theatre historic sign
Fort Jay Theatre
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Fort Jay Theatre
Fort Jay Theatre
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Fort Jay Theatre
Fort Jay Theatre
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Fort Jay Theatre
YMCA (Bldg. 324)
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YMCA (Bldg. 324)
Building 333 dehumidifier
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Building 333 dehumidifier
Our Lady Star of the Sea Catholic Chapel
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Our Lady Star of the Sea Catholic Chapel
Catholic Chapel
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Catholic Chapel
Catholic Chapel
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Catholic Chapel
Rear of the Chapel
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Rear of the Chapel
Parade Ground - trapeze
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Parade Ground - trapeze
Parade Ground
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Parade Ground
Parade Ground
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Parade Ground
Kite flying on the Parade Ground
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Kite flying on the Parade Ground
Parade Ground
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Parade Ground
Parade Ground
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Parade Ground
Comfort Road memorial sign
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Comfort Road memorial sign
Liggett Hall
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Liggett Hall
Liggett Hall / Clayton Rd.
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Liggett Hall / Clayton Rd.
Liggett Hall interior
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Liggett Hall interior
Colonel's Row historic sign
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Colonel's Row historic sign
Colonel's Row
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Colonel's Row
Colonel's Row
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Colonel's Row

This English Gothic style Episcopal chapel was built under the leadership of Reverend Edmund Banks Smith and dedicated in 1906. It is names after St. Cornelius the Centurion, an early convert to Christianity. Trinity Church sponsored the church as part of its parish, although the facility was made available for services by other denominations.

St. Cornelius Chapel
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St. Cornelius Chapel
St. Cornelius Chapel historic sign
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St. Cornelius Chapel historic sign
Carillon chimes dedication plaque
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Carillon chimes dedication plaque
Chapel interior
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Chapel interior
Chancel
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Chancel
Baptismal font
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Baptismal font
Chapel interior
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Chapel interior
St. Michael window
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St. Michael window
Chapel viewed from the south
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Chapel viewed from the south
Old cannon on Evans Road
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Old cannon on Evans Road
Oyster historic sign
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Oyster historic sign
NY Harbor ecology sign
7/31/2010 03:55 PM
NY Harbor ecology sign
Building 12
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Building 12
Building 12
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Building 12
Beach area on east side
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Beach area on east side
Outrigger canoers in the harbor
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Outrigger canoers in the harbor
NYC Police boat
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NYC Police boat
Red Hook cranes
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Red Hook cranes
Kimmel Road
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Kimmel Road
Brooklyn and Manhattan Bridges viewed from Governors Island
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Brooklyn and Manhattan Bridges viewed from Governors Island
Kimmel Road
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Kimmel Road
Pump building
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Pump building
Officers Housing on Berry Rd.
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Officers Housing on Berry Rd.
Officers Housing
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Officers Housing
Garages behind officer housing
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Garages behind officer housing
Officers Housing
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Officers Housing
<i>We Be</i> - Max Pelzman
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We Be - Max Pelzman
<i>We Be</i>
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We Be
Contemporary service building by Pier 102
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Contemporary service building by Pier 102
Kimmel Road memorial sign
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Kimmel Road memorial sign
Service building on Kimmel Road
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Service building on Kimmel Road
Brooklyn ferry dock
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Brooklyn ferry dock
Brooklyn-Battery Tunnel ventilation tower
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Brooklyn-Battery Tunnel ventilation tower
Pershing Hall historic sign
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Pershing Hall historic sign
Pershing Hall
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Pershing Hall
Building interior (Andes Rd.)
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Building interior (Andes Rd.)
Building interior
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Building interior
COMLANTAREA Quarters (COMmander, atLANTic AREA)
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COMLANTAREA Quarters (COMmander, atLANTic AREA)
COMLANTAREA Quarters
7/31/2010 03:44 PM
COMLANTAREA Quarters
COMLANTAREA Quarters
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COMLANTAREA Quarters
COMLANTAREA Quarters
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COMLANTAREA Quarters
COMLANTAREA Quarters
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COMLANTAREA Quarters
Building 25
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Building 25
New York Arsenal historic sign
7/31/2010 04:15 PM
New York Arsenal historic sign

Fort Jay was initially built in 1776 to protect New York City from the British Navy, and although it was not completely successful, concerns about the fort aided Washington's strategic retreat after the defeat in the Battle of Brooklyn. The fort was named for John Jay, one of the country's founding fathers. In the 1790s, the earthworks were rebuilt in anticipation of a war with France that never materialized and the gatehouse may date from that time. From 1806 to 1809 the earthworks were replaced with granite and brick walls and a dry moat designed by Army Chief Engineer Jonathan Williams. The fort's importance diminished with the construction of Fort Hamilton and Fort Wadsworth in the Narrows and brick barracks were built to replace wooden barracks inside the fort. During the Civil War the fort was ringed with 50 Rodman cannons and the barracks were used to temporarily house captured Confederate officers. Although advances in artillery made the fort obsolete in the early 20th century, the cannons survived until 1942 when all but three were scrapped for the war effort.

Fort Jay entrance
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Fort Jay entrance
Fort Jay historic sign
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Fort Jay historic sign
Southeast dry moat
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Southeast dry moat
Northeast dry moat
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Northeast dry moat
Soldiers and Sailors of Freedom plaque
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Soldiers and Sailors of Freedom plaque
Entry ramp
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Entry ramp
New York Community Trust plaque
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New York Community Trust plaque
Entry tunnel
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Entry tunnel
Courtyard
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Courtyard
Barracks
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Barracks
Columns
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Columns
Interior of barracks
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Interior of barracks
Courtyard
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Courtyard
Barracks
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Barracks
Magazine diagram
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Magazine diagram
Magazine chamber
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Magazine chamber
Magazine chamber
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Magazine chamber
Magazine chamber
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Magazine chamber
Pathway to cannons
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Pathway to cannons
Eastern cannon
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Eastern cannon
Three surviving cannons
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Three surviving cannons
Western 10' Rodman Gun
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Western 10' Rodman Gun
Central 15' Rodman Gun
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Central 15' Rodman Gun
15' Gun
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15' Gun
Looking down into the northern moat
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Looking down into the northern moat
Looking down the barrel
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Looking down the barrel
15' Gun
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15' Gun
Eastern 10' Gun
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Eastern 10' Gun
Eastern 10' Gun
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Eastern 10' Gun
Looking down into the eastern moat
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Looking down into the eastern moat
The central and eastern cannons
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The central and eastern cannons
The northeast moat
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The northeast moat
Unused cannon mounts
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Unused cannon mounts
Governors Island map
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Governors Island map
Resting on the northern glacis
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Resting on the northern glacis

The ferry serving Governors Island is significantly smaller than the Staten Island Ferries. While capacity was not an issue during my vist, the ferry is a bit slow and cumbersome to load, making the trip at highly-trafficked times rather tedious.

Line for the return trip
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Line for the return trip
Boarding the boat
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Boarding the boat
Boarding the boat
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Boarding the boat
Boarding the boat
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Boarding the boat
Bikes on the boat
7/31/2010 05:21 PM
Bikes on the boat
Home
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Home