This image shows the Ninth Avenue El, NYC’s first elevated train line, being dismantled c. 1940.

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Date
c. 1940
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These photos were included in the applications made to the Landmarks Preservation Commission which appear on Village Preservation’s website. Village Preservation does not maintain the rights to these photos. Please click on the application for more information.

Citation
"Corner of Ninth Avenue and Little West 12th Street, looking north, with 2 Ninth Avenue on the right and 29-75 Ninth Avenue on the left (l. to r.). The Ninth Avenue L and the National Biscuit Company building are visible on the left, c. 1940" Village Preservation (GVSHP) Image Archive, accessed Oct 21, 2020, https://www.villagepreservation.org/ia_image/corner-of-ninth-avenue-and-little-west-12th-street-looking-north-with-2-ninth-avenue-on-the-right-and-29-75-ninth-avenue-on-the-left-l-to-r-the-ninth-avenue-l-and-the-national-biscuit-company-b/.