Plane on the Roof

Top of 77 Water Street building in Manhattan.

  • Ben Fischler PRO 10y

    Thats fucking great. I love random city shit like that!
  • micah r.c. 10y

    Any idea why its there?
  • Phil Hollenback 10y

    I have no idea - some executive's little fantasy?
  • Ben Fischler PRO 10y

    I just discovered that its a sculpture. Scroll down a bit...
  • Ben Fischler PRO 10y

    And here is where I found that. Google Maps kicks ass as always.
  • Phil Hollenback 10y

    Nice find, Benjiman! Once again Google knows all.
  • Ben Fischler PRO 10y

    BTW, I also posted a comment on gothamist with links to your plane pics...
  • Eli Bishop Urbex Photgraphy 8y

  • Brien Foy 8y

    This is the Best !
  • Brad Miller 8y

    Great picture of the plane.
  • Barry Yanowitz PRO 8y

    Just stumbled across this. I use to work at 77 Water and had no idea this model was up there. Thanks for posting the picture.
  • allr1 8y

    Wonderful image, great sense of humor.
    Delightful to see. Thanks.
  • Irina Clay 7y

    My name is Chiara and I'm an italian journalist. I'm writing an article on the newspaper which I work for (Minimagazine), about the Top of 77 Water Street building in Manhattan and including your picture would be lovely!
    It would be great if I had your written permission (by e-mail:
    I hope to hear from you soon and I thank you a lot for you helpfulness.
  • jaymasood 6y

    An Excellent Shot!

    Thank you for sharing it under Creative Commons license.

    I have used it in my Travelogue of an Armchair Traveller and have given due credit to you.

    The travelogue is a non-profit ads free blog which I have created as a pastime and I do not derive any monetary benefit from it.


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Taken on July 22, 2005
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