Twenty Inches! That’s an incredible number for total snowfall in Central Park, but that’s the story of the massive Blizzard of 2010. From buses stranded all over the city to snow piling up inside subway stations to the rare occurrence of Thundersnow throughout the evening, this will be a storm to remember. Enjoy a few shots from around the neighborhood.
The day after at the Harlem Meer. C. Nelson, 2010.
Yes, this is Central Park. Not Colorado. C. Nelson, 2010.
This poor bus was stuck on 106th Street for almost 36 hours. C. Nelson, 2010.
Looking north up Lexington Avenue from 106th Street. C. Nelson, 2010.
Snow, snow, and more snow. C. Nelson, 2010.
About Craig Nelson
Exploring, cooking, drinking, riding the subway, bowling...a writer and editor based in New York.
I'm a city lover who edits the blog for EuroCheapo, writes for ShowTickets.com, explores for Spotted By Locals and has worked at various under-the-radar companies like Google.
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