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Greenpoint Terminal Graffiti Room

Published on: March 7th, 2005 | Last updated: October 7, 2015 Written by:

Greenpoint terminal was a big enough set of buildings that you could go over and over and over and still find new things. On this night we accessed a room that looked as though a squatter was living in it. Upon closer inspection though it appears the room was used as a local hang out for kids growing up in the area in the 1980s, and judging from the style of graffiti, may later have been used by some punk rock squatters.

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Making our way in…

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Guard dogs my candy ass.

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What do we have in this corner?

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Hallway outside – note the tennis ball – this building was covered in tennis balls from the playground across the street. (An old ritual was that if a ball lost it’s bounce, you’d try to ‘roof it’ – knocking it onto a rooftop – or in this case – into a broken window)

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Our ride for the night. Rental vans fit in anywhere.

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Graffiti

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The Bed

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More tags.

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Note the ‘led zepplin’ logo on the wall.

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Makeshift table and tags.

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Punk Scrawl

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Abandoned Cars outside.

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Our Ryde(r)

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