I really love how rich Central Park is. Almost everything has a name. We're so lucky to have it there!
That should read 97th and Central Park West.
It is very nice. Lovely name for a gate.
I wonder how old it is.
Vaughan Williams' hymn For All the Saints came immediately to mind!«Louis» notices that this gate is not of pearl, so while Central Park may be, on occasion, heavenly, it is clearly not heaven...
Those bricks in the path look hazardous to walk on? - Dave
Do you know why it has that name? Did it start its life attached to a church of some sort?I like the raggedness of the walkway paving.
Part of the Original 20 gates that entered Central Parkhttp://wirednewyork.com/forum/showthread.php?t=2955
Strange... we often do this. Pass common sites and never take it ALL in!
Was it the entrance to a church, originally?
Curious to where this leads.
never noticed it,but now will look for it.good move! :-) wish you a prosperous and healthy new year! ...ero
Did you meet St. Peter at the Gate? :-) Nice catch!Happy New Year!
Great pic; was that the colour of the streetlight?
The etchings of the gate names was 're-done' a few years ago ... I too never noticed the All Saints gate before ... now of course I need to know if there was a church there to inspire that 'tag'
I never noticed this. Lovely photo. Happy New Year Ken Mac. Look forward to seeing more photos in 2010--it's snowing!!Enjoy.
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