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1 November 2012

New York New York

Power Out below 34th Street, Manhattan, NY.

Cryptome photos of East Village, Soho and Mid-town, 1 November 2012


New York New York

Bowery Mission Installed a Generator to Power Its 24-Hour Free Food Service and Overnight Sleeping Space for the 132-Men on the Floor of the Dining Room

A next door hostile and odious neighbor, deeply embedded with and indebted to predatory East Village developers The New Museum, refused to share its generator power with the Mission. The museum is "closed until power restored" like most of the neighborhood while the Mission and other refuges remain open providing relief. Traffic cops and hipsters come to the mission for free coffee and toilets due to tony restaurants being closed.

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Bowery Mission Rigged an Exterior Light as Overnight Beacon It Was Open

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Steak Sandwiches Being Cooked Outside Closed Hyper-Tony Balthazar Restaurant, Spring and Crosby Streets

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Food Service Set Up Outside Cafe Without Electricity, West Broadway and Spring Street

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Darkened World Trade Center from Spring Street

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Darkened Broadway Looking North from Spring Steet

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Darkened Broadway Looking South from Spring Steet

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Darkened Mercer Street Looking North

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Darkened Mercer Street Looking South

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Darkened and Carless West Broadway and Spring Street Looking North

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Collapsed Crane Jib from the East
One57, 90-Story Residential Building, West 57th Street between 6th and 7th Avenues.
Showing two exterior personnel and materials hoists on the building.

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Collapsed Crane Jib from the Southwest

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Collapsed Crane Jib from the West

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Collapsed Crane Jib from the Northwest

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