10 Famous New York Buildings That No Longer Exist

Auto  USA   Automobil Show  1900
Auto USA Automobil Show 1900
This is interior view of the first auto show held in the Old Madison Square Garden in New York in 1900. Some cars were powered by gas, some by electricity and others by steam. (AP Photo)
NYC POLO GROUNDS STADIUM
NYC POLO GROUNDS STADIUM
This aerial view shows the Polo Grounds baseball stadium in New York City in 1921. (AP Photo)
World Series                   Yankees  v   Giants      1933
World Series Yankees v Giants 1933
The Giants missed a great chance to score in the second inning of the second game when they had two men on and no outs on Oct. 4, 1933. Here's the general view. Ott is on second Kiddo Davis on first and Travis Jackson at bat. Jackson bunted out, however, then Gus Mancuso and Blondy Ryan both ground out to retire the side. The farthest the Giants got to a score in that inning was third base, where Mel Ott rested after Jackson's bunt. (AP Photo)
Ziegfeld Theater 1951
Ziegfeld Theater 1951
The Ziegfeld Theater in New York City is seen, July 15, 1951. (AP Photo/Tom Fitzsimmons)
PENN STATION
PENN STATION
This is the Pennsylvania Railroad Station, February 8, 1962, in New York's borough of Manhattan, which will be demolished while trains run below and replaced by the new Madison Square Garden. (AP Photo)
Lewisohn Stadium
Lewisohn Stadium
The crowd at Lewisohn Stadium in New York on July 23, 1944 when more than 20,000 flocked to watch ballet dancers Anton Dolin and Alicia Markova in a special program. (AP Photo)
NYC Hotel Astor
NYC Hotel Astor
The Hotel Astor on New York’s Times Square is shown, Jan. 22, 1966. It is slated to be razed at the end of 1966. The hotel will be replaced by a 40-story office building. (AP Photo/Marty Lederhandler)
WORLD SERIES DODGERS YANKEES
WORLD SERIES DODGERS YANKEES
This aerial view shows a sold-out Ebbets Field as the Brooklyn Dodgers host the New York Yankees during game 3 of the World Series in Brooklyn, N.Y., Oct. 4, 1941. The Dodgers lost 2-1, giving the Yankees a 2-3 lead in the series. (AP Photo)
New York Herald Tribune
New York Herald Tribune
The New York Herald Tribune building is shown, April 22, 1966, at dusk while its final edition was being readied. (AP Photo/Marty Lederhandler)
USA Old Metropolitan Opera House
USA Old Metropolitan Opera House
This October 1953 image shows the Old Metropolitan Opera, on Broadway between 39th and 40th streets, in New York City, USA. (AP Photo)
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