The rural book farm publisher from Chester County’s quiet village of Atglen ventures to a vastly different world in inner-city New York with the publishing of a new book that gets up close and personal with some of NYC’s most famously forgotten places.
“The project has taken him across the five boroughs and beyond to capture New York City’s forgotten places — relics of a once-mighty industrial waterfront, crumbling institutions for the poor and mentally ill, decommissioned military defenses, derelict railroads, schools and cemeteries,” the article stated. “This haunting collection of photographs serves as a valuable documentation of a seldom seen and rapidly disappearing New York City landscape.”
Read more about the locally published photo book and see the slideshow on Yahoo! News here.
You can purchase a signed copy of the book directly from the author here.
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