12 Vintage Photos Of NYC In Winter That Will Warm Your Heart

Because they might at least make you thankful for central heating. posted on

1. Central Park in 1896 looks like hellafun.

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2. Although the same can’t be said for shoveling snow in 1896 when you had to pile it into horse-driven carts.

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3. Another view of Central Park two years later, in 1898. Snow day, perhaps?

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4. A snow-covered Riverside Park in 1905.

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5. Mini snow hills piled up around the Flatiron building in 1905.

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6. These dudes are curling in CENTRAL PARK in 1906. Can I come too?

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7. Shoveling snow looked really un-fun in 1908.

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8. A trolley gets stalled in 1908. Same familiar dirty snow you see these days, right?

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9. Being a horse carriage driver in the winter of 1910 must have been a bitch.

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10. An empty and cold Battery Park in 1910.

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11. An unshoveled 5th Avenue and 25th Street in 1910.

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12. I really hope someone saved those freezing ducks from Central Park in 1922.

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Stay warm, NYC!

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