Secrets of New York Islands

Don's escaping the hustle and bustle of "The Big Island" to uncover the amazing stories hidden on New York's other islands: the lost islands of New York City.

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Boston - Charles River rowing houses. 960 1280

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New York - Highbridge Park 960 1280

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Seattle - Space Needle 960 1280

  

St. Louis - Eads Bridge 960 1280

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Minneapolis - Pillsbury A Mill 960 1280

  

Pittsburgh - Rivers of Steel Foundation (Carrie Furnace) 960 1280

  

Los Angeles - Paddle the LA River 960 1280

  

Tennessee - Raccoon Cave 960 1280

  

Arizona - Titan Missile Museum 960 1280

  

New York - Croton Reservoir 960 1280

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Lockport Locks

Lockport Locks

Don Wildman walks through the dewatered canal at the Lockport Locks. 960 1280

  

Castle on the Hill

Castle on the Hill

Don Wildman and Historian David Gilbert, walk up to the Castle on the Hill in Dansville, NY. 960 1280

  

grain elevator in Buffalo, NY

grain elevator in Buffalo, NY

Don Wildman walks the train tracks across from the grain elevator in Buffalo, NY. 960 1280

  

Castle on the Hill

Castle on the Hill

Don Wildman and Historian David Gilbert take a look inside Castle on the Hill. 960 1280

  

Castle on the Hill

Castle on the Hill

Don Wildman explores the grounds near Castle on the Hill. 960 1280

  

Lockport Locks

Lockport Locks

Don Wildman with Historian Tom Callahan, at the Lockport Locks. 960 1280

  

Emerald Channel Water Intake Building

Emerald Channel Water Intake Building

Buffalo's Emerald Channel Water Intake Building was built in 1907 and takes in 125 million gallons of lake water a day. 960 1280

  

Emerald Channel Water Intake Building

Emerald Channel Water Intake Building

Don Wildman with guide Peter Merlo, inside the center of the Emerald Channel Water Intake Building. 960 1280

  

Grain elavators in Buffalo

Grain elavators in Buffalo

Don explores the behemoth structures that line the Buffalo River -- the concrete grain elevators. 960 1280

  

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