More cross streets carved into buildings

These often faded and forgotten street signs are always fun to come across, especially when the lettering is offbeat—like here at Third Avenue and 61st Street.

This one at Boerum Place and Atlantic Avenue in Brooklyn looks rather new actually.

The cross streets aren’t carved in here at Smith and Douglass Streets, but they sure seem to have been there a long time.

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One Response to “More cross streets carved into buildings”

  1. Doug D Says:

    I’ve found lot s of these but you have a couple good ones I’ve yet to snap.

    Willow St / Cranberry St

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