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Pulp Fixion #16


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Fact: NYC’s Graffiti artists were the original U.S. “urban explorers”.


Occasionally we here at LTV get snarky, extremely ignorant comments tossed in our direction from ‘urban explorers’ for the ‘hideous’ crime of posting Graffiti related content to this site, and for having published 2 highly regarded books exclusively about NYC Graffiti, and a 3rd that covers both exploring and graffiti within NYC’s subway system. What these ‘urban explorers’ don’t realize is one clear simple fact:
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The RKO Keith


The RKO Keith is one of NYC’s most infamous abandoned buildings.

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New York Dock


Red Hook contained one of NYC’s tallest abandoned industrial buildings, with one of the best graffiti galleries and a rooftop view unparalleled in awesomeness. Today, it is being converted into apartments.
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FR8 Chronicles 16 – Island Stomp 2


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Abandoned 1925 vintage Staten Island Rapid Transit car 353 – 2003.


In 2003 me and Rebel SC came across this very long abandoned Staten Island Rapid Transit car.
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5 Pointz Explored


5 pointz. It’s more than just a name of a building in Long Island City. It is an idea, a symbol, and unfortunately, soon to be nothing but a memory. As explorers, it was our sworn duty to explore and document its interiors before it was gone. As an L.I.C. native with a lifetime love of graffiti, there was no way in hell I would be stopped. Before I get into our unabated hours of adventure in 5 pointz, let me drop the history for anyone that doesn’t know.
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Certified Concrete, L.I.C.


Certified Concrete owned a ready mix plant in LIC, ‘Under the Kosciuszko Bridge’ according to the NY Times.
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Pulp Fixion 14 & 15


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Canadian National Railway Camp Cars in the Bronx


Under a highway in the Bronx, one might find this curious set of seemingly abandoned railroad cars. These aren’t just any railroad cars though.
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