Last week, I took you with me on a brisk stroll through Midwood. We checked out a few bakeries, a huge kosher supermarket, and, of course, Di Fara.
As usual, I had too many decent photos to fit into the post, so there’s some spillover here. From cool ironwork to an auto-body shop to Woody Allen’s childhood home to a failed bank, there’s something for everyone in this set.
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Clever grating at the Avenue H stop on the Q train.
Graffiti-covered garage on East 15th Street.
Looking west toward East 14th Street.
Sad that the “Mass Transportation Project” is so run-down.
The facility is for sale if you’re so inclined.
Woody Allen’s childhood home.
Here’s your selection of muffins.
The front of the bakery.
Hebrew, Russian, Arabic. And English, I assume.
Looking up Coney Island Avenue.
The state closed LibertyPointe Bank in 2010, just five years after it opened.
There’s a lot of green here. It made for a strange contrast on this blustery day.
According to a friend, the sign reads “Minyan House Midrash Rabba of Flatbush” in Hebrew.
Neat little corner house.
These kids must be unhappy.
Sheets blowing in the wind.
Nearer the Brighton Line, an auto shop (across the street from a school).
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