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Where's this? Think you're so smart? Dept... Where's this? Answer at the bottom of the page
   
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This heating grill is in the ceiling...40 feet up... there's an Architecturologist in the rafters...
   

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...and the finished product...

   
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Two olde mantels...the heavily-carved walnut mantel is from a building in Harlem

   
hurplat.jpg (14844 bytes) Those iron pieces are called hurricane plates--used to hold a building together during construction.  This site used to be a NJ sugar factory--Manhattan in the background.
   
orgates.jpg (20221 bytes) Ornate iron gates...
   

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They don't make those switches like they used to--from a Philadelphia factory...and a supply of glass building blocks
   
Answer to Think you're so smart?:  That staircase is in Penn Station, NYC.  (But you knew that.) The Architecturologists got five sections of that railing, 14 feet each--they're putting escalators in.
   
 

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