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Verrücktes Berlin

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themanonfive:

View of South Loop skyscrapers from the South Branch c. 1979. 
"On the left is the red brick 310 West Polk Building. Originally built as the Marshall Field River Warehouse, it was occupied by the Cadaco game company at the time of the photograph. The building was demolished in the mid-1990s to make way for the new Central Post Office."

themanonfive:

View of South Loop skyscrapers from the South Branch c. 1979. 

"On the left is the red brick 310 West Polk Building. Originally built as the Marshall Field River Warehouse, it was occupied by the Cadaco game company at the time of the photograph. The building was demolished in the mid-1990s to make way for the new Central Post Office."

(Quelle: collections.carli.illinois.edu)

randomberlinchick:

Spotted today coming back from my guitar lesson. Corner of Potsdamer Straße and Alvenslebenstraße … Fantastic!!
ETA: Thanks to I Must Concentrate for identifying the subject as Sven Marquardt, a German photographer and doorman at Berghain.

randomberlinchick:

Spotted today coming back from my guitar lesson. Corner of Potsdamer Straße and Alvenslebenstraße … Fantastic!!

ETA: Thanks to I Must Concentrate for identifying the subject as Sven Marquardt, a German photographer and doorman at Berghain.

(via diewerkstatt)

gabrielegallagher:

Nollendorfplatz U-Bahn on Flickr.

Aprilwetter

marmarinou:

View westward on Lake from Wabash in 1895 by cta web on Flickr.This view west on Lake Street shows construction of the first leg of the Loop Elevated in 1895. Before the Loop was built, three separate ‘L’ companies had terminals just at the edges of the Loop we know today (a fourth was in the works, but would open later and connect to the Loop). The steel structure you see here is largely the very same you ride over when on a train going through State/Lake or Clark/Lake, the part of the Loop which opened first, before the full, circuitous route was completed.

marmarinou:

View westward on Lake from Wabash in 1895 by cta web on Flickr.

This view west on Lake Street shows construction of the first leg of the Loop Elevated in 1895. Before the Loop was built, three separate ‘L’ companies had terminals just at the edges of the Loop we know today (a fourth was in the works, but would open later and connect to the Loop). The steel structure you see here is largely the very same you ride over when on a train going through State/Lake or Clark/Lake, the part of the Loop which opened first, before the full, circuitous route was completed.

Berlin, 8.4.2014

Berlin, 8.4.2014

Whomadewho, Postbahnhof Berlin (9.4.2014)

Whomadewho, Postbahnhof Berlin (9.4.2014)