The only reference to this building that I could find online is via a map located on the Brooklyn Eastern District Terminal railroad site. it was located at the southwest corner of N4th street and Wythe. The rear of the building had loading docks which opened to a railroad siding, thus it's somewhat likely that the building was also used for transloading goods from boxcars to trucks. If you happen to know more about this building, by all means please comment below.
Ok so I think your FAT MOM lived here, cuz I yelled "Hey Kool Aid!" and she came busting through the wall.
Enough of my attempts at humor.
It's kinda hard to not go into a place when there's a huge fucking hole in the wall.
It's kinda hard to not go into a place when there's a huge fucking hole in the wall. As a matter of fact just before we walked into this one some set of hipster assholes paraded right on in and then disappeared. They probably realized we were already in there and thus afraid of actual native NYers.
Hey that's ok, I don't give a god damn. I'm not a photo snob who only explorers abandoned mental hospitals and well aged decaying buildings. I'll explore anything... and I'll photography the hell out of it. In a year or two none of this will be here, and I'll have some of the only photographic evidence that this place existed at all.