Thursday, May 2, 2013

St. Something Church

Construction started in 1903 on this large limestone church  building, located on a busy corner in a New York city. A famous city architect was put in charge of designing the building, which was needed to ease the overcrowding at the parish's other church in the city.

The building is in terrible shape, due to it being closed in 1978. The fake stone mixed with the baby blue roof made the interior quite interesting. 

 Not much of the stained glass has survived.

 The stairs were some of the only non rotted wood in the building.
 For some reason there were deep fryers left in here.
 The alter has been removed, along with basically every thing in here.

 The side of the building.