• Dec 26 2008

    When Gasoline was 14 Cents a Gallon

    Several people have requested an unedited version of the image posted this Wednesday of the corner of the Hillside Avenue and Springfield Boulevard on January 22, 1931. (2 comments)


  • Dec 25 2008

    Enjoy!

    From the Kroplick Family and Frosty: We wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy Chanukah! (0 comments)


  • Dec 24 2008

    Alco Black Beast Racer Makes the News!

    Check out page 6 of today's Newsday for an excellent article by reporter Bill Bleyer. (0 comments)


  • Dec 24 2008

    The Treasure Hunt Continues

    Okay, I admit it- I really enjoy the treasure hunt for new Vanderbilt Cup Race and Long Island Motor Parkway photos and memorabilia. As a result, I currently have a over 25,000 images and 150 collectibles collected over a five year period. (0 comments)


  • Dec 23 2008

    Hit One Over the Motor Parkway Bridge in Fresh Meadows!

    Contributor Mitch Kaften has provided another view of the first Long Island Motor Parkway Bridge - located near the Western Terminus at Nassau Boulevard (now Horace Harding Expressway). (0 comments)


  • Dec 21 2008

    The Restored Alco-6 Racer Returning to Long Island!

    I am pleased to announce the restored Alco-6 Racer that is believed to have won the 1909 and 1910 Vanderbilt Cup Races will be returning to Long Island in 2009. I have purchased the car from Jean-Louis Duret of Annecy, France. Click on these links for information and images of the car. (11 comments)


  • Dec 19 2008

    A Nassau County Tour of the Long Island Motor Parkway

    Several people have requested maps of the path of the 44-mile Long Island Motor Parkway to explore for remnants of the America's first automobile road and its ever-present parkway concrete posts. To help these LIMP fans, I have put together routes in Queens, Nassau and Suffolk Counties using a 1940 map (2 comments)


  • Dec 17 2008

    A Queens Tour of the Long Island Motor Parkway

    Many viewers have requested maps of the Long Island Motor Parkway so they can walk this historical road and find remnants of America's first parkway. I have put together routes in Queens, Nassau and Suffolk Counties using a 1940 map which still showed the Long Island Motor Parkway right-of-way. In the (0 comments)


  • Dec 16 2008

    Sampling of Recent Blog Comments

    Comments on the Blog posts are encouraged and much appreciated. Below are a sampling. (0 comments)


  • Dec 15 2008

    VanderbiltCupRaces.com Exclusive: New Queens LIMP Signage

    Along the right-of-way of the Long Island Motor Parkway, there are several historical plaques that commemorate the road. Unfortunately, many of the plagues provide misinformation and often mistakenly call the road the "Vanderbilt Motor Parkway". Wrong!!! For several months, historian Bob Miller has tried to correct and expand the Motor (0 comments)




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