This mural depicts many of the famous athletes and musicians who have lived in St. Albans, especially the section known as Addisleigh Park. You can see more of the mural, as well as a similar one that preceded it, here.
From left to right: Tommy "Hurricane" Jackson, Roy Campanella, Jackie Robinson, Count Basie, Billie Holiday, Illinois Jacquet, Ella Fitzgerald, Lena Horne, Brook Benton, Milt Hinton, John Coltrane, Fats Waller, and James Brown.
It's hard to say for sure, but it looks like Claudette Hair Starz may have moved here from across the street to share space with Uggly.
Starting in the front, we have a 1960 Chevy Bel Air, a '68 Ford Custom 500, and a '67 Chevy Chevelle. Across the street is another '67 Chevelle and, in a driveway, a Chevy El Camino from the late '70s or '80s, I believe.
The three massive apartment towers in the background, one of which is hidden from view, stand at the edge of New York City (one of the holes of the golf course is in Nassau County) atop the highest piece of land in Queens.
I took this photo from the top of the parking garage at Long Island Jewish Medical Center. In areas without a lot of tall buildings in the immediate vicinity, parking garages can offer some awesome views.
Heading out of the Queens County Farm Museum, I once again pass by the Adriance Farmhouse.
Our 45-foot steel windmill is an exact replica of the original windmill that stood in the same location from 1903-1928. The windmill pumps water from a 105 ft. deep well into a 10,000 gallon underground holding tank. The water is used to irrigate the orchard. . . .P.S. It's an Aermotor!
Each time the windmill blades turn one revolution, the pump goes down and brings up about 2 cups of water.