From the Typist, re: Steel Structures in Sepia – New York City (via The Dassler Effect)

I recently stumbled onto the aethernets to find this lovely set of photographs. They depict beautiful steel structures in the sepia tones that we all know and love. I thought I would share them with my fellow Steamlanders in the hope that they might provide some inspiration for future builds, textures, or what have you.

Enjoy!

Steel Structures in Sepia - New York City

via The Dassler Effect

You might also like this post, re: close-ups of period architectural detail of what appears to be a late 19th century/early 20th century school building.

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One Response to From the Typist, re: Steel Structures in Sepia – New York City (via The Dassler Effect)

  1. Rhianon Jameson says:

    New York City seems filled with those types of wonderful architectural details. They don’t make ’em like that any more.

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