2003-06-27 / Community

Signs of the Times

Signs of the Times


Exiting at the east end. This sign near 878 and the Atlantic Beach Bridge is a far cry from the metal, reflective ones that the city uses today.Exiting at the east end. This sign near 878 and the Atlantic Beach Bridge is a far cry from the metal, reflective ones that the city uses today.
This sign on Beach 94 Street is like many others in Rockaway and Broad Channel—either hanging on by a thread, or out for the count.This sign on Beach 94 Street is like many others in Rockaway and Broad Channel—either hanging on by a thread, or out for the count.Does this bus stop on 88 Street? Yes, it does, but there is no sign to indicate that. Cars are parked near the corner, and so the bus picks up and drops off while blocking traffic on Rockaway Beach Boulevard.Does this bus stop on 88 Street? Yes, it does, but there is no sign to indicate that. Cars are parked near the corner, and so the bus picks up and drops off while blocking traffic on Rockaway Beach Boulevard.

This sign on West 14 Road in Broad Channel is barely hanging on, and appears to be homemade.This sign on West 14 Road in Broad Channel is barely hanging on, and appears to be homemade.Far Rockaway too. This sign on McBride Street seems to indicate that you may not park vertically, on Fridays.Far Rockaway too. This sign on McBride Street seems to indicate that you may not park vertically, on Fridays.

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