Grace Court Alley

I went to Brooklyn to visit Grace Court and Grace Court Alley. Most of these are good for

There a few gas lights too. Reminded me of London in the 50s when a lamplighter used come light the lamp outside my window every night.

Grace Court

Grace Court Alley

24 thoughts on “Grace Court Alley

  1. stbarbebaker 2018-10-23 / 1:18 pm

    Vary amazing images. I, think my favourite is the last one, indeed


  2. Sherry Felix 2018-10-17 / 10:08 am

    Thanks Cybele. Glad you dropped by. I am on pause right now. I’ll explain soon.


  3. Jet Eliot 2018-10-11 / 6:34 pm

    I enjoyed these Grace Court Alley photos — such a lovely corner of Brooklyn. I like that flower box with the trailing vines. Wonderful photos, Sherry.


  4. Brenda's Thoughts 2018-10-07 / 1:55 pm

    Oh, so quaint and filled with character and stories I’m sure. Lovely photography! =)


  5. Dan Antion 2018-10-05 / 7:26 am

    These are wonderful photos and beautiful doors. I like the details you captured in the brick work, as well as the accents. I love the picture with the lamp – that’s so classic looking. The image looking down the alley to the (park?) trees is my favorite. Very nice composition!

    Thanks for sharing with Thursday Doors!


  6. Sue 2018-10-04 / 8:59 am

    Looks a great place to linger


  7. Barbara Bryan 2018-10-04 / 7:46 am

    Beautiful. Your lamplighter story to me feels romantic and like early 20th century!


    • Sherry Felix 2018-10-04 / 7:52 am

      Gas lamps are very Victorian. Unfortunately, the gas lamps outside my window at Basset Road were replaced with orange street lights that made the room a ghastly color. Those are gone now too.


  8. derrickjknight 2018-10-04 / 5:12 am

    The ’50s lamplighter takes me back. I started work at Lloyd’s in Leadenhall Street in 1960. A lamplighter visited the market every day


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