Brooklyn Navy Yard, October 7, 2012

Some of the artist studios in the Brooklyn Navy Yard were open for Open House NY. I took the opportunity to take some pictures. Unfortunately it was a rather gloomy day. Click on the web-sized pictures for the full-size.

1: Building 20 from Fourth St.
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2: Building 20 from the intersection of Third St and Morris Ave.
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3: The Reliance tug from Wilmington, DE is in dry dock. Its propellers are on land behind the ship.
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4: A 180° panorama of Dry Dock 1. Taken from building 131. At the far right along the gray wall is a public viewing stand.
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5: A 180° panorama of Dry Dock 4. Taken from building 131. This is the oldest dry dock in the country and it has been recently drained, so that it can be restored.
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6: A 180° panorama looking north towards the Williamsburg Bridge. Taken from Building 131.
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7: Dry Dock 4. Behind it is Building 20 again.
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8: Looking towards Dry Docks 2 and 3. Taken from Building 62.
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9: In Building 5 none of the windows open enough to be able to stick a camera out. This was taken from the stairwell.
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10: A picture close to the window in the stairwell of Building 5.
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