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Presented by Select Sotheby's International Realty For more information go to: http://ow.ly/Pi4Xn Highlands Castle is one of the most exquisite and spectacular properties to become available in years in all of Upstate New York and the Adirondack Park. Poised on a graceful mountainside, overlooking majestic Lake George and the quaint town of Bolton Landing, your castle awaits. At the end of a private 2,000 foot long driveway, sit two life-size lion statues to welcome you to what is just beyond the massive stone wall and gothic iron gates… a regal all-stone masterpiece. This is truly a treasure beyond words or measure, with the intrigue and allure which only a castle can offer. Wooded acreage, privacy abounding, gatehouse, caretaker or guest house, turrets, secret doors and passageways, and all hand-crafted from the ground up using more than 800 tons of stone, with accents from around the world. Stained glass, owner-commissioned woodworking throughout, and an attention to detail thoroughly embraced, make this castle truly a sui generis property. Inspiration from some of the greatest castles in the world is evident in the owner's careful design and construction of this rare work of architectural art. Property ID: C2P3XL More info: http://www.sothebysrealty.com/eng/videos?wm_video_id=jff214400bc4jcv
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Exploring the western side of New York, I go up to The Thousand Islands and explore Boldt Castle. Then I make my way down to Niagara Falls to see what the New York side of the water falls look like. From there I go south and end up at Eternal flame which is yet another waterfall. However this water fall has a natural flame that burns inside of it. Check me out on Instagram - mobileinstinct Direct link - https://www.instagram.com/mobileinstinct Check out some other videos of mine Abandoned LA ZOO https://youtu.be/jgepM4f9HI4 Border wall at an abandoned beach https://youtu.be/VtmKJw7J6lo The lake is dried up? Dirty Dancing filming location https://youtu.be/q9jz5qGKiEY
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Drones explore abandoned Bannerman Castle located in the Hudson River in upstate NY. Pollepel Island has been called many different names, including Pollopel Island, Pollopel's Island, Bannerman's Island, and Bannermans' Island. The name is a Dutch word meaning "(wooden) ladle," but the Bannerman Castle Trust organization ascribes the name to a folk tale about a young girl named Polly Pell having been stranded on the island. The island is about 50 miles (80 km) north of New York City and about 1,000 feet (300 m) from the Hudson River's eastern bank. It contains about 6.5 acres (26,000 m2), most of it rock.
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With 28 rooms, a view of the Hudson River and a storied past, this castle has hosted celebrities, movie shoots and even the ballet. It’s one of the last privately owned castles remaining in New York. Take a peek behind the scenes of this $3.5 million estate. https://www.zillow.com/blog/castle-outside-nyc-216402/ View the home on Zillow: https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/170-Shonnard-Ter-Yonkers-NY-10701/32986836_zpid/ For more on how the castle is used as a film and photo location: http://greystonecourt.format.com Showcasing everything from unique homes to real estate advice, Zillow videos inform, inspire – and make you feel at home. Subscribe to see the latest: https://www.youtube.com/Zillow?sub_confirmation=1
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The castle also known as the “Craig-E-Clair Castle is a name that came from a small town by the name of Craig-E-Clare in Scotland. The home was built between 1915 and 1924 and was supposedly modeled after a 15th century’s castle in Scotland, located near Edinburgh. Originally, this Dundas castles plot of land had summer a lodge and back in the days many lodges were masonic which are frequently visited by the Free Masons who would perform masonic rituals. This secret society has been known on certain days of the year like Halloween or walpurgissnacht to hold satanic luciferin rituals from their Luciferin colanders. This castles story gets crazier. In 1915, the New York architect Bradford Lee Gilbert was employed by Ralph Wurts-Dundas to build his castle. The famous architect was a driving force in the growing railroad industry and was also associated with the secret society that had names like James Hill, Jay and George Gould, Cornelius Vanderbilt, Edward Harriman, Collis P. Huntington, Rockefeller, Morgan and few more Illuminati members. Bradford Lee Gilberts the architect was famous for building the Tower Building which was New York City's first skyscraper in 1888. This 12 story skyscraper was mysteriously torn down in 1914 because of mysterious financial reasons. While building the castle, R. W. Dundas’ wife and child would visit the castle construction site frequently to observe its construction.. The castle was never finish and the Dundas family never moved in because in 1921 R.W. Dundas died or may have even been murdered? We will never know. What was interesting, was right after his death several doctors who had some interest in the Dundas fortune committed his late wife Muriel Harmer Wurts-Dundas to a mental intuition which at that time had no national standards for psychiatric care. Back in those days they basically restrained patients for days and weeks at time. Many cases of rape, sexual molestation, rage beatings are not uncommon and still go on today. Even today, psychiatrist and phycologists are the number one sex abusers, and woman and child rappers in this country. These doctors have made up profession that virtually has no scientific justification, rape children, rape women who are drugged or restrained and then go home and have dinner with their families like nothing every happed. Later in the 1950’s psychiatric institutions experienced with LSD, electro shock, sleep deprivation, CIA mind control and even conducted over 80,000 known lobotomies one of which was done to John F Kennedy’s sister Rosemary Kennedy because she was slightly promiscuous and her father Joseph P. Kennedy was afraid she would might blemish the Kennedy name. While the late Dundas was living the rest of her life institutionalized, her only daughter Muriel was being raised by nannies and care takers in which time the 40 million dollar Dundas fortune was slow depleted. It makes you wonder, a dead millionaire, a committed wife from a potential fake diagnosis of mental illness and a child that had a 40 million dollar fortune which had the magical power of diapering. After the only child Muriel being basically robbed blind, her mental stability was also questioned, most probable to shut her up and she too was committed and placed in a sanatorium in England On May 2nd, 1949 . After this long chain of events, the caste was purchased by the Prince Hall Grand Lodge of the Masonic Order for $47,5000 and the masonic rituals most probably continued. Today the castle continued to sit empty at the top a mountain in Roscoe New York. John Bashian Photography https://www.facebook.com/pages/John-B , www.johnbashianphoto.com Marko Vovk This is my channel Clevelandmold@aol.com, www.erasingamerica.com, also on Facebook. MUSIC BY DR. CD's for Sale Music by David Regelbrugge Can buy song or album at https://www.cdbaby.com/cd/davidregelb... Music is also available at iTunes, Spotify, Amazon, CDBaby, and at website http://www.davidregelbrugge.com/ Kaye Vander Photography Pick Up Stix http://pickup-stix.com/ To solve any house problem over the phone, Goggle ‘Call Marko with a question” A small fee will apply http://houseinvestigations.com/call-marko-with-a-question/ Marko Vovk all rights reserved
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In this video we travel south along the Hudson River in New York to visit four castles. They are Wings Castle, Bannerman Castle, Osborn Castle and Lyndhurst Mansion. Some interesting factoids about these castles: Wings Castle was built by a couple over the course of 50 years. Bannerman Castle was actually a warehouse for munitions and blew up! Osborn Castle is purportedly the inspiriation for a castle in the Wizard of OZ. Hence the OS-born. And Lyndhurst Mansion was made fun of when it was first built by Mayor William Paulding. It was referred to as Paulding’s Folly. RESOURCES: For more information on the Castles visit their websites: Wings Castle: Is a Bed and Breakfast and a popular site for weddings. And is open for tours to the general public between Memoral Day and Labor Day. Call or visit their website for more information: https://www.wingscastle.com Bannerman Castle - Learn more and book a boat tour and trip to the castle here: http://bannermancastle.org/visit-the-island.html Castle Rock (Osborn Castle) – Learn more about it on Wikipedia here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Castle_Rock_(Garrison,_New_York) Lyndhurst Mansion – Visit the official website here: http://lyndhurst.org/ Want to learn more about Castles in New York? There is a book with 29 of them! Yup! 29! Castles of New York: https://amzn.to/2ldzN23 (Affiliate Link) About Medieval America the series This is a series of videos where you travel along with Will as he journeys all across America in search of medieval things like Castles, Blacksmiths, Meaderies, Museums, Stone Masons and much more. You can see the web version with lots more resources right here: http://www.stormthecastle.com/medieval-america/index.htm The Playlist for Medieval America is here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLmikw45YEhFxWM-p2dSQUXnsKTwrDOTCB Tip Jar: via PayPal to: https://www.paypal.me/supportwill If you would like to support this channel, it would be GREATLY appreciated. You can also contribute through patreon here: Learn more about becoming a patron on my patreon page here. Find out what my goals are and how you can help: https://www.patreon.com/epicfantasy Follow this series of videos by subscribing to my channel here: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=epicfantasy Journey Statistics: States traveled to: 5 (Mass, Maine, NH, NY, NJ + Canada) Mileage so far: 1860 (2993 km) Medieval sites visited: 12 Castles visited: 9 Blacksmiths visited: 2 Other stops and sites: 4 Motels/Hotels: 8 Days Traveling: 14
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June 6 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg Businessweek's Claire Suddath travels just outside New York City to visit a retired armory that has been converted to a residential property. Its owners have put the property up for sale at less than one million dollars. -- Subscribe to Bloomberg on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/Bloomberg Bloomberg Television offers extensive coverage and analysis of international business news and stories of global importance. It is available in more than 310 million households worldwide and reaches the most affluent and influential viewers in terms of household income, asset value and education levels. With production hubs in London, New York and Hong Kong, the network provides 24-hour continuous coverage of the people, companies and ideas that move the markets.
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When you think "castle" you probably think medieval times or maybe you think Belvedere Castle in Central Park. But a lot of majestic castles are scattered throughout New York State. North of New York City is Bannerman Castle. Its namesake was Irishman Francis Bannerman, who owned an ammunitions company in Brooklyn. He bought the island in 1901 and had the castle built to store military surplus. The state purchased the island in 1967. After a fire destroyed most of the castle in 1969, it became off-limits to the public. (The island eventually became part of Hudson Highlands State Park Preserve.) In the Great Lakes region, you'll find Boldt Castle. George Boldt, a former manager of the Waldorf-Astoria, commissioned this castle in 1900. It was once one of the largest private homes in the United States. Today, it is a tourist attraction. Hundreds of years ago, a castle was a structure that had to be fortified from attack. But after arriving at Lyndhurst Mansion in Tarrytown, I learned that times have changed. Lyndhurst was built in 1838. It was designed by architect Alexander Jackson Davis, the same man who designed Federal Hall on Wall Street. The grand entryway is just a hint of what is inside. One of the first rooms you enter is a parlor where guests gathered before dinner. This was a room designed for conversation. On our way to the paintings gallery, we passed a bathroom and the duchess's room complete with vintage Louis Vuitton trunk. The gallery made it clear that owner Jay Gould loved collecting fine art. Almost 200 years after the gothic revival home was built, Lyndhurst remains a crown jewel on the shore of the Hudson River. --CHRISTAL YOUNG
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SUBSCRIBE: http://www.youtube.com/c/VicStefanu - Belvedere Castle is a folly in Central Park in Manhattan, New York City. It contains exhibit rooms and an observation deck, and since 1919, the folly has also been the location of the official Central Park weather station. Vic Stefanu, email@example.com
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We Found a Haunted Abandoned 1800's CASTLE IN THE WOODS Alright everyone, today I am bringing you a great video of this abandoned castle in the woods! This castle is pretty creepy as it is said to be haunted. Ghosts haunt the grounds of this castle. This is located in america also, its not too common to see such a thing in America, but this abandoned castle was absolutely crazy. One of the coolest places I've ever explored. It was not too creepy. It was great we got permission to explore this place!
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Oheka Castle on Long Island is host to many LI weddings and other NY events. This videos takes you on a tour of Oheka. Along the way it shows you many options for band, DJ, orchestras, string quartets and lighting. It is hosted by Bill Morgan Messinetti, owner of New York Orchestras Entertainment & NY Beats DJs. Bill & company have planned and performed music and lighting services for more events than any other company. They have provided services for the owner of Oheka, his family functions and charity events. www.nyorchestras.com (212)380-1721 wwwnybeatsdjs.com (212)401-4014
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Check out these old abandoned mansions around the world! Once thriving castles, these old places are now abandoned! Subscribe For New Videos! http://goo.gl/UIzLeB Watch our "MYSTERIOUS Objects In The Sky!" video here: https://youtu.be/kV0eO2X155w Watch our "AMAZING Facts About Your Body!" video here: https://youtu.be/aCm1Z1wBLNc Watch our "Most MYSTERIOUS Ocean Facts!" video here: https://youtu.be/BzrlpgRVPQg List of old abandoned mansions around the world: 8. Muromtzevo Castle, Russia The legend of this castle begins in the 1800s when a French and a Russian nobleman started arguing over whose country had the best architecture. After hearing the French nobleman go on and on, the Russian declared that he could easily Build a castle as magnificent as the ones in France. The French man said that if he built this castle he would go to Russia himself to see it and the bet was on. Colonel Vladimir Khrapovitsky went home and built Muromtzevo Castle. 5 years later he invited his French noble friends to his estate to visit his gothic castle. When they arrived they began complimenting him on his new home. "Oh no", he said. "This is just the stable! The castle is a bit further!" The guests were amazed at the French style chateau complete with gardens and cascades. Khrapovitsky also built two schools and a church for the villagers. When the Russian Revolution started, Khrapovitsky was forced to flee his castle, and is said to have deceased in poverty. His beautiful creation was plundered and rebuilt in a way the owners would have hardly recognized. It was used as a college, and then a hospital, and then forgotten. 7. Pidhirtsi Castle, Ukraine Built between 1635 and 1640, Pidhirtsi Castle has survived the trials of war and occupation. Part castle, part fortress, this castle has the reputation for being haunted. In the 18th century one of the owners was said to have ambushed his wife because of his insane jealousy and had her body walled up in the basement. Known as the "Woman in White" she is said to wander the castle. A group of 20 Ukrainian psychics recently agreed that the place was filled with ghosts. Measurements of the electromagnetic field of the castle were off the charts, a pseudo-scientific sign for many that Pidhirtsi is most certainly haunted. During WWII the castle was taken over and plundered by the Soviets until it was converted into a hospital for people suffering from sickness. A lightning bolt struck the building in 1956, Setting it on fire for three weeks straight, destroying everything left inside. It has now been converted into a museum, telling the story of the struggles of a region. 6. Miranda Castle, Belgium Also called Chateau de Noisy, this castle in Belgium was Built for French aristocrats fleeing the French Revolution. In 1866, Count Liedekerke-De Beaufort commissioned English architect Edward Milner to design and build them a new home. Even though Milner passed away, the castle was Completed in 1907 once the clock tower was erected. The Liedekerke-Beaufort family lived in the castle until World War II, when it was occupied by the Germans after the Battle of the Bulge which took place on part of the property. In 1950, the National Railway Company of Belgium took over the castle and turned it into an orphanage and camp for sick children. This is when it was renamed Chateau de Noisy. It was too expensive to maintain and in 1991, the castle was abandoned. Parts of the structure were heavily damaged in a fire and most of the ceilings have collapsed. In 2014, the family applied for and was granted permission to demolish Miranda Castle. In 2015, A group of investors intervened to stop the demolition and petitioned to have it included on the Walloon Heritage Conservation List. As of June 2016, the castle is in private hands and is listed as private property. Rumor has it that the family finally agreed to sell, but no one knows who has bought it. Miranda Castle was used as a filming location for the American series Hannibal. In the show, this Belgian castle is portrayed as Castle Lecter in Lithuania as the ancestral home of everyone’s favorite cannibal. 5. Halcyon Hall, New York The image of Halcyon Hall is Used by many paranormal investigators to represent haunted places but most people don't know what or where it is. This rotting relic in Millbrook, New York was originally built as a luxury hotel in 1890 when summer colonies like Newport were popular. H. J. Davison Jr. spent a fortune on the Victorian Queen Anne style building with 5 stories and 200 rooms. Unfortunately, the resort failed and Davison was forced to sell. It was then purchased in 1907 by May Bennett for her Bennett School for Girls which later became Bennett College. The school had been founded in 1890 in Irvington, NY but needed a larger home. The Bennett School offered 6 years of education to girls from prominent families in NY.
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July of 2007 , l took some photos of my trip to 1,000 islands . It's a beautiful area that would make a Great vacation destination . Check , unclesamboattours.com , boldtcastle.com and singercastle.com for a much more detailed description . Enjoy
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Robb and Kristy go back to the ABANDONED Dundas Castle to reshoot a cleaner, more censored movie. On our first vist we were rushed first of all, did not have a good camera and the number one complaint was the fact that I cursed way too much apparentley. So I hope any one that liked the first video enjoys it and I hope any one that did not enjoy the first video can enjoy this one now. Enjoy! RnK Tees, Hoodies, Zips, Pants, Stickers and more here:http://www.redbubble.com/people/rnkallday Robbs Camera: http://amzn.to/2iVcXJw Kristys Camera: http://amzn.to/2iu0ugN Our Lenses: https: http://amzn.to/2iVsTv7 http://amzn.to/2iVr3dL http://amzn.to/2itZIjF http://amzn.to/2izgErr http://amzn.to/2iz9nrY Our Lights: http://amzn.to/2iVr7tW Robbs Mic: http://amzn.to/2iu2BBf Our Tripods: https: http://amzn.to/2itZzwW http://amzn.to/2iVrbde Masks: http://amzn.to/2iVdydU Our Vans: http://amzn.to/2iofzm2 http://amzn.to/2hIRLZ6 Robbs Shades: http://amzn.to/2i19Pvs Robbs Backpack: http://amzn.to/2iocrqc Subscribe, Like and Share Please... THANKS!!! Also Follow Us On Twitter and Instagram https://twitter.com/AllRnk https://www.instagram.com/rnk.all.day/ THANKS TO KEVIN MACLEOD!!! For supplying his great ROYALTY FREE music... https://www.youtube.com/user/kmmusic -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- CHECK OUT "ABANDONED CRAZY LADIES FARM HOUSE *UNTOUCHED*" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aXetMt4ZX5E -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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Castle Clinton in New York Castle Clinton or Fort Clinton, once known as Castle Garden, is a circular sandstone fort now located in Battery Park at the southern tip of Manhattan Island, New York City. It is perhaps best remembered as America's first immigration station (predating Ellis Island), where more than 8 million people arrived in the U.S. from 1855 to 1890. Over its active life, it has also functioned as a beer garden, exhibition hall, theater, public aquarium, and finally today as a national monument. For additional information on Castle Clinton in Battery Park New York City, please go to http://www.freetravelwithus.com/newyork/clintoncastle_page.html For additional travel locations, see http://www.FreeTravelWithUs.com Please email us at FrankieD@FreeTravelWithUs.com with any helpful suggestions on how we can do a better job documenting our travels and getting the word out about our website. Thanks!
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Hey so we took a trip to the thousand islands (1000 islands) last thanksgiving and stopped at the famous Boltd Castle in between New York & Kingston Ontario, Canada. Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/abeds.world For Filming, Photo & General Inquiries Please email: firstname.lastname@example.org There's a variety of boat tours to choose from, we took the one from Gananoque since it stops at the castle for 2 hours (good enough time to explore around and take plenty of pictures) The tour continues through all the islands so you get to see many cozy places built on all these islands that are just really beautiful. Millioanire hotel mogul Mr. George Boltd bought this island and began construction of the castle in 1900 as a display of love for his wife Louise. Unfortunately his wife had passed in 1904 so George was broken hearted and ordered all work to immediately stop and he abandoned the island and castle for over 70 years because he couldn’t imagine his dream castle without his beloved wife Louise. Fast forward and the state of NY bought it, renovated it and opened it up for the public. Honestly the video and photos don’t do it justice, its really a sight to experience. It's probably a good idea to bring your own lunch if you don’t want to get stuck with limited choices and overpaying for below par food. Hope you guys enjoyed the video, please hit the subscribe button, leave a comment and smash that like button! Thank you very much for 100 subs!!! Music by: Andrew Applepie - Kiss https://soundcloud.com/andrewapplepie
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Disneyland Paris is in France. Beauty and the Beast takes place in France. So why didn’t Disney use the castle from Beauty and the Beast in Disneyland Paris? New here? Be sure to subscribe! 🔷https://goo.gl/x17zTL My Disney Podcast! 🎧http://ttapodcast.com Follow me on Twitter! 📱http://www.Twitter.com/RobPlays 🔷New video every week! So there’s a really quick and seemingly obvious answer here, and it’s timing. Beauty and the Beast came out in 1991, and while Disneyland Paris didn’t open until one year later in 1992, they began construction in 1988, three years before the movie would come out. So it would make sense that they couldn’t do it. But it also took a few years to develop and produce Beauty and the Beast, so it’s actually not unreasonable to think that while designing the castle for Disneyland Paris, a design for the Beauty and the Beast castle existed as well. So maybe it could have been possible? Now, the idea of building a park castle based on the castle from an unreleased animated film sounds bold, but there’s historical precedence for it. Disneyland opened in 1955 with Sleeping Beauty’s castle as a centerpiece, and the film itself wouldn’t premiere until 4 years later in 1959. So apparently the movie not being out didn’t stop Walt from building a real castle around it. It’s important to keep in mind that while the live action branch of Disney was experiencing a turnaround thanks to things like the Singles and Doubles strategy. Walt Disney animation hadn’t yet. Sure, the Little Mermaid did really well just a couple of years earlier, but that was just one single movie. The Disney Renaissance still wasn’t a renaissance yet. So perhaps it was caution partially driving the decision, in the event that Beauty and the Beast didn’t perform as well as The Little Mermaid and failed to end up a classic. The timing may have been a road bump more than a roadblock, and the consideration of Beauty and the Beast’s success might have been a factor, but above all the determining factor in Disneyland Paris’ castle was the competition. Disneyland Paris was in France, and France, like many other European nations, has a number of real castles. Florida and California? Not so much. As imagineer Tony Baxter put it, “We can’t just do a kitschy rendition of French history right in their own backyard… Sleeping Beauty Castle at Disneyland was inspired by the Neuschwanstein Castle in Southern Germany. This European influence was fine for building a castle in Anaheim, but the fact that castles exist just down the road from Disneyland Paris challenged us to think twice about our design.” Furthermore because the original Sleeping Beauty story didn’t go into great detail in regards to the castle, Disney had the freedom to interpret what it would look like for both the animated film as well as the subsequent park castles. As a result Disney intentionally went about designing the Disneyland Paris castle as a more fantasy inspired version of Sleeping Beauty’s castle, using pink stones, exaggerated spires, and elaborate windows. So it would make sense that they’d avoid using the Beast’s castle, even if they did feel that the film would have the staying power to justify it and even if they did have the designs in time to start building it for the park’s opening. The Beast’s castle was loosely inspired by The Chateau de Chambord in the Loire Valley. Going back to Baxter’s argument, why build a castle that’s based on an actual castle that’s just 100 miles or so away? But who knows that the future holds. The recent news of Hong Kong Disneyland getting a refurbished and redesigned castle shows us that Disney is willing to redesign the most iconic element of a park when the time is right. However with castles all over France to compete with, I have a feeling that, at least for now, The Beast’s Castle will just have to settle for being a scale model on top of a restaurant.
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The now abandoned Jackson Sanatorium is located in Dansville, New York. Opened in 1883 and was also operated as the Jackson Health Resort and Physical Culture Hotel. Location : Dansville, New York
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Abandoned New York City: The 'haunted' mental asylums, boat graveyards and castles of the Big Apple www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2935351/Photographer-includes-200-eerie-images-New-York-s-creepiest-abandoned-sites-including-haunted-mental-asylums-boat-graveyards-castles-new-book.html ~ After years of photographing and telling the stories of some of New York's longest abandoned sites, a photographer has put his photographs, research, and experiences into a book. For the last three years, photographer Will Ellis has traveled around the five boroughs of New York City 'obsessively exploring' the city's abandoned places and taking photographs along the way, according to his blog Abandoned NYC. And now,the Brooklyn-based photographer and videographer has published his findings in a book, 'Abandoned NYC.' 'I made it a goal pretty quickly to do a book soon after starting the blog; it was always part of the plan,' Ellis told Untapped Cities. Since he began the blog in 2012, Ellis has photographed dozens of abandoned places from castles and cemeteries to mental institutions and diners. The book includes 200 eerie images of 'urban decay,' according to Amazon, and Ellis said he spent a lot of time doing research on the locations he photographed. 'It's one thing to write up an article for the internet, but having it in print meant there was a lot of pressure to get things right,' Ellis told Untapped. He said the book has been in the works for the last two years and he is excited to 'finally get it into people's hands.'
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In this video we travel to the very top of New York state to The St. Lawrence River and Alexandria Bay. This is the border between the United States and Canada. There we take a boat ride to visit two castles, each of which is on an Island. They are Singer Castle and Boldt Castle. I show you the castles, how the funds were raised, and an interesting story about each castle. One of which was inspired by a book. About Medieval America the series This is a series of videos where you travel along with Will as he journeys all across America in search of medieval things like Castles, Blacksmiths, Meaderies, Museums, Stone Masons and much more. You can see the web version with lots more resources right here: http://www.stormthecastle.com/medieval-america/index.htm The Playlist for Medieval America is here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLmikw45YEhFxWM-p2dSQUXnsKTwrDOTCB Tip Jar: via PayPal to: https://www.paypal.me/supportwill If you would like to support this channel, it would be GREATLY appreciated. You can also contribute through patreon here: Learn more about becoming a patron on my patreon page here. Find out what my goals are and how you can help: https://www.patreon.com/epicfantasy Follow this series of videos by subscribing to my channel here: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=epicfantasy **Journey Statistics**: States traveled to: 5 (Mass, Maine, NH, NY, NJ) Mileage so far: 935 Medieval sites visited: 9 Castles visited: 5 Other stops and sites: 2 Motels/Hotels: 6 Days Traveling: 9
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High Lake Ontario water is effecting not only lake residents but those on the St. Lawrence River as well. Boldt Castle dockage and the Boathouse are flooded over with water.
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Ed Sheeran performs “Castle on the Hill” live on the Honda Stage at the iHeartRadio Theater NY ÷. Out Now: https://atlanti.cr/yt-album Subscribe to Ed's channel: http://bit.ly/SubscribeToEdSheeran Follow Ed on... Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/EdSheeranMusic Twitter: http://twitter.com/edsheeran Instagram: http://instagram.com/teddysphotos Official Website: http://edsheeran.com Building on its deep foundation of bringing music to fans, American Honda has brought together an unprecedented group of entertainment and technology leaders to produce and distribute some of the best original, high-quality music content available, under the Honda Stage name. Through a combination of live events and exclusive online content from partners including iHeartMedia, Vevo, Universal Music Group, Sony Music, Woven Digital and YouTube, Honda Stage offers music fans access to the music moments they love from Honda Stage social handles and www.YouTube.com/HondaStage. Subscribe to discover new music from #HondaStage: http://honda.us/YTSubscribe Find us on Facebook: http://honda.us/HSFacebook Follow us on Twitter: http://honda.us/HSTwitter Follow us on Instagram: http://honda.us/HSInstagram Follow us on Tumblr: http://honda.us/Tumblr Visit our website: http://honda.us/HondaStage
Views: 2704861 Ed Sheeran
Check out Taylor’s new video “New Romantics" off her multi-platinum release 1989...Available Now on iTunes http://www.smarturl.it/TS1989 Best of Taylor Swift https://goo.gl/VDukmT Taylor Swift - Reputation https://goo.gl/1H5R3h Subscribe for more https://goo.gl/Hbwjg6 http://vevo.ly/jz4TGK Best of Taylor Swift: https://goo.gl/VDukmT Subscribe here: https://goo.gl/Hbwjg6
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Scott Ian Barry's award winning photographs have been published by numerous publications and organizations, including the New York Times, the Smithsonian Institution, and Sierra Club. His First book, The Kingdom of Wolfs, won the Outstanding Science Trade Book Award from the National Science Teachers Association, and Wolf Empire: An Intimate Portrait of a Species won the praise of many, including Robert Redford, Ted Turner, and Tom Brokaw, who called it "a magnificent portrait of one of natures most majestic creatures." His other books include Totems and The Streeter. He currently lives in Rhinebeck, New York.
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"The thing that fascinated me about the castle is that everybody thinks that it's haunted, that people were locked up in the courtyards...None of its true. What did strike me as very unusual is from the time that I'm able to record; no one has ever been able to live on that land. That struck me as bizarre." -- Dr. Joyce Conroy -- Historian Read all about the castle on my blog: https://www.artofabandonment.com/2011/07/dundas-castle-ghost-of-the-american-renaissance/ View more of my work at: www.TheDigitalMirage.com
Views: 130481 Walter Arnold
Walt Disney World and Disneyland guests will find an extra sprinkle of pixie dust each week when they visit the resorts next year. Disney officials announced today Limited Time Magic: 52 weeks of magical experiences, big and small, that appear, then disappear as the next special surprise debuts. 2013 is already a momentous year for Disney Parks -- with the largest expansion in Magic Kingdom history at Walt Disney World Resort, and the first full year of a re-imagined Disney California Adventure at Disneyland Resort. Imagine an Independence Day celebration that lasts an entire week....Main Street mainstays the Dapper Dans rock out with boy band hits in barbershop style....a Friday the 13th dance party with Disney villains that lasts to the 13th hour....a Year of the Ear week featuring limited-edition Mouse ears fit for fashionistas....a Valentine's Day in 2013 that becomes Valentine's Week with Disney castles blushing pink, surprise meet and greets with Disney princes and princesses, and candlelit dinners for couples in love. As part of today's announcement, Disney Parks illustrated the whimsical and fleeting nature of Limited Time Magic by unveiling a glistening, three-story fairytale castle in the heart of Times Square. Made of 45,000 pounds of ice, the castle was available only a limited time, thanks to Mother Nature and warming autumn temperatures.
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Minimum wage hikes in liberally dominated states are hurting these states and cities economies. Dennis Prager reads from a National Review article (http://tinyurl.com/hkjb4xm) on the latest company to say it may have to "tap-out." Democrats have NO economic sense... NONE! The video of Jerry Brown was used via Western Journalism, and more can be seen here: http://tinyurl.com/h5ftqyx ________________________ For more clear thinking like this from Dennis Prager... I invite you to visit: http://www.dennisprager.com/ ~ see also: http://www.prageruniversity.com/
Views: 189 Sean Giordano
New York, United States of America / USA Various shots of the eight million dollar Schwab mansion belonging to steel magnate Charles M. Schwab at Riverside Drive, New York, being demolished to make way for a 2,000 room apartment building. Very high shot of a two ton iron ball being swung against the mansion. MS and LS Iron ball being swung against one of the turrets. MS Wall and turret crashing to the ground after the ball hit it. Mute F/G. FILM ID:2421.21 A VIDEO FROM BRITISH PATHÉ. EXPLORE OUR ONLINE CHANNEL, BRITISH PATHÉ TV. IT'S FULL OF GREAT DOCUMENTARIES, FASCINATING INTERVIEWS, AND CLASSIC MOVIES. http://www.britishpathe.tv/ FOR LICENSING ENQUIRIES VISIT http://www.britishpathe.com/ British Pathé also represents the Reuters historical collection, which includes more than 120,000 items from the news agencies Gaumont Graphic (1910-1932), Empire News Bulletin (1926-1930), British Paramount (1931-1957), and Gaumont British (1934-1959), as well as Visnews content from 1957 to the end of 1979. All footage can be viewed on the British Pathé website. https://www.britishpathe.com/
Views: 3985 British Pathé