:. Yonkers Power Station (Glenwood) - New York Central & Hudson River Railroad (1904). It was built as part of the electrification of the rail lines spurred in part by dangerous conditions caused by steam engines and related smoke, and also by the need for a completely new and larger Grand Central Terminal. Supposedly it is structurally sound and an application for landmark status is pending. Metro North Hudson Line trains pass right by this building. It's quite a fascinating sight.
plane graveyard May all these proud old birds rust in peace Thank you for your service to our country
Does anyone else crave re-purposing that old structure into a whimsical cottage with lots of industrial flair?
3/17 #5: Some industries in Mozambique are food, beverages, chemicals(fertilizers, soap, paints), petroleum products, textiles, cement, glass, asbestos, and tobacco. (http://www.nationsencyclopedia.com/economies/Africa/Mozambique-INDUSTRY.html)