Stadiums, Arenas, Tracks, Sports


Ebbets Field


More Ebbets Field

Forest Hills Stadium
Freeport Raceway

Island Garden

Long Island Arena

Madison Square Garden Bowl

Polo Grounds

Roosevelt Raceway


Roosevelt Raceway at Night


Long Island Fair (at Roosevelt)


Roosevelt Raceway Coupon
Shea Stadium Worlds Fair Grounds Aerial 1961 Drawing

Jets Practicing at Hofstra


From GCP


Mets vs Cards Doubleheader Ad


More Shea Shots


Shea/Citi Field


The infamous tiles


Beatles at Shea (2nd concert)


Shea Stadium Concert


Yonkers Raceway Grandstand 1953
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5 Comments

  1. ANY INFO ON SOCCER STADIUM EXISTING IN AREA OF NORTHERN BLD WHERE TODAY ARE MANY CAR DEALERS (LIC ASTORIA AREA) IN 1930S 1940S? SAT OVER 60,000…LONG GONE…..

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  2. Rosemary

     /  January 24, 2014

    There is no mention of Lewisohn Stadium – 136th St. between Amst. & Convent Aves, NYC. It was the precursor of Lincoln Center. I would love to see those pics. It was a part of CCNY.

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  3. Joe Gilman

     /  August 5, 2015

    Any Info on Parr Meadows in Yaphank? it was quarter horse track that was open for about a week

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    • It was open for a little longer than a week. Although maybe it just seemed like a week. It opened in the late 70’s, for a short time, then suddenly closed. Then opened again in 1986. I am not sure they ever opened for 1987. Then that was it.

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  4. Peter Lohr

     /  October 25, 2016

    There was once a small arena located on Queens Blvd, in Sunnyside Queens named Sunnyside Gardens. I remember going there to see wrestling and the Golden Gloves.

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