Winter Snow Storm New York City. Public Domain ClipArt Stock Photos and Images. Looking north up 5th Avenue from 72nd street. Fifth Avenue serves as the dividing line for building numbering and west-east streets in Manhattan.
From this zero point for street addresses, numbers increase in both directions as one moves away from Fifth Avenue, with 1 West 59th Street on the corner at Fifth Avenue, and 300 West 59th Street located three blocks to the west of it at 8th avenue and 300 east 5 blocks away at 2nd Avenue.
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Looking south from the 72nd street traverse of Central Park New York City toward the Sheep Meadow the morning afer a large winter snow storm. These evergreens stand at the North boundary of the meadow.
Sheep grazed the meadow until 1934, when Robert Moses, the city's parks commissioner, moved them to Prospect Park, Brooklyn, and then to the safety of the Catskill Mountains.
This path lies between The Dakota Apartments and Strawberry Fields on Manhattan's west side at 72nd street and Central Park West. The building was the home of former Beatle John Lennon. Strawberry Fields is a 2.5-acre landscaped section in New York City's Central Park dedicated to his memory.