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See eerily beautiful photos of NYC's abandoned places

From warehouses to hospitals and subway tunnels, these are the spaces in NYC that often remain unseen

Written by
Evelyn Derico
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Contrary to what we see on the streets of New York every day, we're really just scratching the surface of all the spaces in the city. Want to take a sneek peek at secret New York, like hidden subways that are no longer in use? Take a step into NYC's impressive, eerie, and oddly relaxing underworld with these photographs of the rarely seen.

Photograph: Alan Strakey

Abandoned Trolley, Red Hook
Photograph: Erin Burniche

Warehouse outside of NYC
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Photograph: Jorge Quinteros

Catskills resort
Photograph: Jorge Quinteros

Catskills resort
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Catskills resort
Photograph: Jorge Quinteros

Catskills resort
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Photograph: Jorge Quinteros

Empty warehouse in the Bronx
Photograph: Jorge Quinteros

Bushwick high line
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Photograph: Logan Hicks

Empty subway tunnel
Photograph: Stuart McAlpine

Second Avenue Provision
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Photograph: Thomas Hawk

Abandoned Domino Sugar plant
Photograph: Timothy Vogel

Subway turnstiles
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Photograph: Timothy Vogel

Ellis Island
Photograph: Timothy Vogel

Smallpox hospital on Roosevelt Island
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Photograph: Timothy Vogel

Smallpox hospital on Roosevelt Island
Photograph: Timothy Vogel

Smallpox hospital on Roosevelt Island
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