I met up with my college roommate in Newburgh, New York, in order to hang out and visit a motorcycle museum there. In addition to seeing the vintage motorcycles, I later went out on my own to further explore street art and architecture throughout Newburgh. The city of Newburgh sits on the west side of the Hudson River, about 60 miles north of New York City. It's an interesting place to explore, as the city was a thriving industrial area in the early-to-mid 20th Century, but now has a lot of abandoned homes and buildings - which in my opinion, hinted at potential for revival.
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Pictured below: a mural titled "Transcendence" by artist Dasic Fernandez on the east wall of the Ritz Theater in downtown Newburgh, NY.
Below are a selection of my arts adventures in Newburgh; make sure to check back again, as I'm in still in the process of adding more.
Vintage Motorcycles in Newburgh, NY
Vintage Indian Motorcycles in Newburgh, NY, at the Motorcyclepedia Museum. Read more ...
A Vintage Motordrome in Newburgh, NY
Check out the "Wall of Death," a motorcycle motordrome. Read more ...
Graffiti-covered trains in Newburgh, NY
Watching graffiti-covered trains roll through Newburgh. Read more ...