Monday, March 4, 2013
Chutes and Ladders
Obsessing about conveyors and overpasses to the port, Gossips discovered this undated panoramic picture of the Hudson waterfront.
Note what appear to be a conveyors, of two different types, at the far right. In spite of their appearance, I'm not sure this picture takes in enough of the waterfront to the south to include the dock used then as now by the people mining Becraft Mountain--for coral and shell marble, for limestone, for the raw materials needed for cement, for aggregate.