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Snowstorms in New York City


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The worst Snowstorms in New York City history The biggest snowstorm in city history occurred relatively recently, in February 2006, when 26.9 inches was recorded in Central Park over a two day period. But it's the Great Blizzard of 1888 that remains the most legendary storm for born-and-bred New Yorkers. Pictures taken during the Gilded Age storm show horses laboring to pull carts of snow in place of our modern plows. The other pictures from storms in 1947, 1996 and as recently as 2010, prove the notion that New Yorkers are tough, as the residents are seen shoveling sidewalks, rescuing trapped cars, and finding unique ways of getting to work despite the incessant flurries.


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FEBRUARY 11-12, 2006 26.9 inches of snow in Manhattan


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An identified man clears the snow in the center island in Times Square during a heavy blizzard on Sunday, February 12, 2006


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Cross country skiers make their way down Broadway in Times Square on February 12, 2006 during a major storm that slammed the mid-Atlantic and Northeast states


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Snow covers rooftops in this view from the observation deck of the Empire State Building on February 12, 2006, two days after the historic Nor'easter ripped through the city


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James and Catherine Siegel cross country ski through Central Park on February 12, 2006 in New York City. Central Park recorded 26.9 inches of snow in the storm


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Men help dig out a New York Police Department squad car that got stuck in snow on Third Avenue on February 12, 2006


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Pequenos hombres de nieve pasar el rato en el puente de Gapstow abarca la charca en el Parque Central.


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An unidentified New York man works to dig out a sidewalk on Third Avenue during the February 2006 storm


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Morning commuters bundle up in thick coats and heavy boots to navigate the snow-covered sidewalk on their way to work on February 13, 2006


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A commuter steps over the snow on 6th Avenue in Manhattan on February 13, 2006 - the morning after the major storm dropped record snow


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Cross country skiers slide down Broadway in New York City's Times Square on February 12, 2006


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Three men push out a yellow taxi cab that got stuck on 37th Street in the New York City borough of Queens on February 12,2006


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DECEMBER 26-27, 1947 25.8 inches of snow in Manhattan


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The Man in the Iron Mask is seen playing at the Anco Theatre on 42nd Street in Manhattan during the blizzard of 1947 


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New Yorkers dig out now-classic cars from a city street during the blizzard of 1947


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Cars parked on 90th Street in Manhattan are turned into mounds of snow during the blizzard of 1947


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Another view of the thick snow covering parked cars on 90th Street during the blizzard of 1947


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MARCH 12-14, 1888 21 inches of snow in Manhattan


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Turn-of-the-century train cars are seen on top of the Brooklyn Bridge while a lone man walks during the Great Blizzard of 1888


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Downtown at 1:30pm on Park Row as people and horse-drawn vehicles struggle to make their way through the snow of the Blizzard of 1888, as seen from the foot path of the Brooklyn Bridge


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A group of men in top hats congregate on a downtown Manhattan street piled with snow during the Great Blizzard


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The windows of this store in Manhattan are barely visible thanks to the massive heaps of snow piled outside


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Men shoveling snow look up as this picture is taken under an elevated train line


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Horses pull cars of snow to the East River in New York as part of the massive clean-up effort in the wake of the blizzard


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Snow-covered exterior of the Grand Opera House at Elm Place and Fulton St. during the Blizzard of 1888


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Carts haul snow and ice, cleared from city streets, to the river for dumping in the East River in New York, possibly during the Blizzard of 1888


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Pedestrians clean up the street near a set of elevated train tracks during the Great Blizzard of 1888


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Flurries of snow obscure this view of a row of apartment buildings near Trinity Church during the Great Blizzard of 1888


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FEBRUARY 25 - 26, 2010 20.9 inches of snow in Manhattan


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A man bikes across the Brooklyn Bridge into New York on February 26, 2010 as the the region was hit with a massive snow storm


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Trucks plow Park Avenue the morning of February 10, 2010 on the east side of Manhattan in New York


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People move around in Manhattan's Union Square park on February 26, 2010 after the city was blanketed in several inches of snow overnight


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People brave the snow to walk their pets in Central Park during the February 2010 snow storm


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Men shovel a sidewalk during a morning snowstorm on February 10, 2010 on the east side of Manhattan in New York


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People walk through an early morning snowstorm February 10, 2010 on the east side of Manhattan in New York


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JANUARY 7-8, 1996 20.2 inches of snow in Manhattan


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A Brooklyn, NY resident skis along the promenade against the backdrop of lower Manhattan as snow falls on January 8 in New York


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A woman looks skyward as she waits to cross the street outside Radio City Music Hall during the heavy snowfall on January 7 in New York


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A Brooklyn resident begins the task of digging out a path along the sidewalk on January 9 in New York


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A snow covered street in Manhattan. 


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A postal service worker trying to move a cart of mail through the snow-littered street


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A New York City Department of Sanitation truck dumps snow into the East River underneath the Manhattan Bridge in New York on January 9


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A New Yorker makes her way down Seventh Avenue in Manhattan on January 8 during the blizzard that shut down airports and caused the mayor to declare a state of emergency


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A car seen covered in snow on a Manhattan street during the January 1996 storm


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JANUARY 26-27, 2015 New York City


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New York City Is Spared Worst Effects of Snowstorm After New York City was shut down overnight, with subway service suspended for snow for the first time in its history, it was spared the worst of a snowstorm that swept across the Northeast early Tuesday. As travel bans were lifted and transit services gradually restored, the city slowly returned to its normal rhythms. But even as buses and trains began to move again, the widespread closings left the streets and sidewalks virtually deserted in the early morning hours. Grand Central Terminal was deserted, Times Square was quiet and the streets of Lower Manhattan were largely empty of financial workers. JAN. 27, 2015


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A tug boat pushes a barge down the East River as pictured from the United Nations building as it snows in the Manhattan borough of New York Carlo Allegri/Reuters


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A winter storm approaching the eastern United States is seen in a NOAA GOES satellite image Noaa/Reuters


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People walk up 5th Avenue at Central Park as it snows in Manhattan, January 26, 2015. Reuters/Carlo Allegr


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A bird sits in a tree in Central Park as it snows in the Manhattan borough of New York Carlo Allegri/Reuters


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A woman is seen through a window as she stands outside in the Brooklyn borough of New York City as a winter storm begins in New York Stephanie Keith/Reuters


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A man walks near the United Nations building as it snows in the Manhattan borough of New York Carlo Allegri/Reuters


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Flight cancellations are seen on a flight schedule board at LaGuardia Airport in New York SHANNON Stapleton/Reuters


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An airport worker de-ices an airplane at LaGuardia Airport New York Shannon Stapleton/Reuters


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A man eats lunch in the United Nations building cafeteria as it snows in the Manhattan borough of New York Carlo Allegri/Reuters


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People walk through falling snow through Times Square in New York Mike Segar/Reuters


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People make their way through falling snow in Times Square in New York Mike Segar/Reuters


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A winter storm approaching the eastern United States is seen in a NOAA satellite image Noaa/Reuters


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A woman stands in falling snow in front of an electronic sign displaying the weather forecast in Times Square in New York Mike Segar/Reuters


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Mid-town Manhattan is pictured from the top of the United Nations building in New York Carlo Allegri/Reuters


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The skyline of lower Manhattan and the Brooklyn Bridge is seen in falling snow as seagulls fly above the East River and New York Harbor as seen from the Brooklyn shore Stephanie Keith/Reuters


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A view looking up 7th Avenue in Times Square in falling snow near dusk in New York Mike Segar/Reuters


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A man walks through falling snow in New Haven, Connecticut Michelle Mcloughlin/Reuters


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Commuters stand under an umbrella next to snow which was being plowed to the street edge from a walkway in Times Square, New York Adrees Latif/Reuters


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A decorative eagle is pictured at Grand Central Terminal as it snows in the Manhattan borough of New York Carlo Allegri/Reuters


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A worker pushes a snow blower down Lexington Avenue near Grand Central Terminal as it snows in the Manhattan borough of New York Carlo Allegri/Reuters


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Lulu Marin, visitor from San Lorenzo, Paraguay, poses for photographs during a snow storm in Times Square, New York Adrees Latif/Reuters


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A woman and man observe a puppy playing in the snow during a snowstorm in the Financial District in Lower Manhattan, New York Elizabeth Shafiroff/Reuters


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People walk in the Borough Hall section of downtown Brooklyn in New York City in falling snow Stephanie Keith/Reuters


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Woman crosses 1st Avenue as it snows in the Manhattan borough of New York Carlo Allegri/Reuters


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A man stands in falling snow on West 42nd street in Times Square in New York Mike Segar/Reuters


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Valentin Borriello, from Paris, France, has his photograph made by a friend while lying on 7th Ave during snow storm in Times Square, New York Adrees Latif/Reuters


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Men play in the snow along 7th Ave during a storm in Times Square, New York Adrees Latif/Reuters


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Workers clear the sidewalks during a snowstorm in Times Square, New York Adrees Latif/Reuters


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Snow plow trucks clear the roads during a snowstorm in Times Square, New York Adrees Latif/Reuters


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An New York Police Department officer takes photographs while keeping security during a snowstorm in Times Square, New York Adrees Latif/Reuters


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Empty seats, empty streets: Broadway and the theater district of the Big Apple was closed as the huge blizzard hit the Eastern seaboard


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Snow central: A tourist poses in Times Square, which is being struck by the potentially historic storm in New York City


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Photo moment: Times Square in New York City remained a tourist magnet during the storm, though streets cleared later on


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Worth a shot: This snow blower made some progress cleaning the street in front of Grand Central Station's Lexington Avenue entrance - but the flurries were set to intensify overnight


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Authorities banned travel on all streets and highways in New York City and warned violators could be fined $300. As of 5am ET, 9ins had fallen in parts of Long Island, while Central Park had just 6 inches, prompting the National Weather Service to lift the blizzard warning for the city


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Snow ploughs clear roads in New York City in the early hours of Tuesday morning. Millions of Americans hunkered down for what was billed as the worst snowstorm they would ever see, but many woke to find it wasn't nearly as bad as had been predicted


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