New York - Shea Stadium/World's Fair

Shea Stadium and World's Fair Pavilion

Shea Stadium and New York Mets

Now that the stadium's full, let's...

...look off into the distance at Queens and the Whitestone (I-678) and Throgs Neck (I-295) Bridges? Ooh, low plane heading toward LaGuardia Airport. Wait, I'm getting distracted again. Let's...

Play ball!

Sun sets in the west.

Action in the visitor's bullpen can only mean one thing:

The home run apple has come out!

The spring training home of the Mets and summer home of their class-A affiliate, Port St. Lucie.

What I like to call the New Shea. I've been inside, but the old one is much more charming and deserving of its own page. And of being demolished for a real stadium.
World's Fair Pavilion

Sun rises behind the Unisphere, the most iconic relic left from 1964.

The observation towers are also still up and wearing their age much worse, so they may not be up for too much longer.

The bottom and partway up the towers; the bottom was an attached exhibit hall.
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