Ode to a chilly night

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On this chilly Inwood evening,
Summer’s loss we are a grieving.
Give us something warm to drink,
just ten cents and brewed with beef.

OK, so I’m no poet. Feel free to write your own rhyme in the comments section below. Drink your clam broth and stay warm Inwood!

Click on the below 1926 photo to enlarge

Winter of 1926 on the corner of 207th Street and Vermilyea Avenue
Winter of 1926 on the corner of 207th Street and Vermilyea Avenue


Let’s see some Inwood history.

1 COMMENT

  1. hmmmm lets see what is missing from that corner, 1st the telephone booths, 2nd the green Mailbox where the garbage can is in this pic. I am surprised to say that the Fire Emergency box is still there wow that means that that thing is like over 80 years old. lol

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