Hudson, NY was chartered as a city in 1785.  It’s named after the adjacent river that flanks it’s Western border. Today I was dropping off some folks at the train station and decided to meander around a bit.  Lot’s of nooks and crannies.  Old buildings, peeling paint, rusted stairs and the like.  I came across Old No. 7. It kinda makes you wonder what went on in that room.  Kinda makes your mind wander and wonder right?  Your thoughts teetering on the edge of fantasy, passion, desire……or perhaps you’re caught in the grips of suspense, deception and naughtiness.  Dream on…..Hmmm…… Lucky Number 7.

1.27.11 - Lucky Number 7

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2 Responses to “1.27.11”

  1. Richard White says:


    I like this photograph of the bricks and the patterns. It looks like every fifth course the bricks were turned sideways. I can not say I have seen this pattern in the modern day of bricklaying. Not too sure I have looked for it either.

    Thanks for the pic

  2. dmsphoto says:

    Hmmm…..That is interesting. I hadn’t noticed that pattern. The building sits about 250ft off of the East bank of The Hudson River, right behind the current Amtrak Station. So my sense is it’s an older structure. I’ll have to see if I can find out a bit more next time I’m over that way. It may have had a name, but I didn’t see it at the time.

    Thanks for sharing…..

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