Roadside Historical Markers
African American History
Armed Services, Military
Bars and Taverns, Night Clubs
Bells, Chimes, Carillons
Best Place For/To ...
Biggest, Tallest, etc. (other superlatives)
Castles, Mansions, Plantations
Cemeteries, Graves, Burial Grounds
Churches, Cathedrals, Mosques, Synagogues, Temples
Cobain, Kurt; Nirvana
Concerts, Music Festivals
Country Music, Bluegrass
Court Cases, Opinions, Decisions
Crimes & Criminals (real and alleged)
Deaths, Died Here
Diners, Luncheonettes, Automats, etc.
Disasters, Tragedies, Accidents
Dives/Holes in the Wall - In a Good Way
Ethnic (& Regional) Foods/Restaurants
Fires, Fire Companies
First Ever ...
Folk Art, Outsider Art, Folklore
Food Trucks, Carts, Lunch Wagons, Street Food
Ghosts and Spirits, Haunted, Paranormal
Hip Hop, Rap
Historical Societies (entries by)
Homes, Lives or Lived Here
Hotels, Motels, B&Bs, Inns
Inspirational, Role Model
Junk / Junque (in a good way)
Lakes, Ponds, Rivers, Streams
Legends (unverifiable popular stories), Folk Tales
Lyrics (appears in song; inspiration for)
Missile Bases and Sites
Movies, Films, Cinema
Myths and Mythology
Nature (including endangered/threatened, invasive
Neighborhoods, Villages, Towns, etc.
No Longer There
Only, One of a Kind
Photographed / Painted, Locations
Pinball, Classic Arcade Games
Plaques, Markers (real ones)
Preservation / Protection Needed
Railroads, Trains, Subways, Stations
Record Stores, CDs, Audio
Records, Achievements, Measurements
Retail Stores, Malls
Rock and Roll
Sandwiches (non-cheese steak)
Science, Technology, Innovations
Ships, Boats, Marine
Solemn Cyber Plaques
Underground Railroad (Slavery/Freedom)
Underground, Subterranean, Tunnels
Worked Here, Employment
Works Progress Administration (WPA)
Any One Login
Baked Cookies for Deion Sanders in Super Bowl Ad
Beyonce and Jay-Z ate pizza here.
Grist Mill and George Washington's Army
Knapp Farm - 115-year-old woman, George Washington (?)
Where Baratunde Thurston Grew Up
Where Ben Franklin Flew His Electric Kite?
Law and Order had filmed here.
Alexander's Department Store was on this site.
Best Italian Water Ice Ever? Find It Here In South Philly
Bryan Ferry album named after Duchamp painting, now here. David Bowie visited here.
Carousel Store in Seaside Heights, NJ
Cover Photo for Patti Smith's Horses Album Shot Here
John Coltrane recorded live at Temple University.
Little Baby's Ice Cream (made in Kensington section, Philadelphia, sold only in a So. Philly store)
World's Best Pecan Pie - William Penn Inn
Bibbe Hansen grew up here.
Bob Dylan Lived and Wrote Here (Cafe Espresso)
Bob Dylan played dodgeball here, Burholme Park, circa 1963.
Bruce Springsteen rehearsed in garage here, home of David Sancious, on "E Street."
Cadillac Club, where Aretha sang, was here.
Chagall, Michael Jackson, lived here.
Did Bob Dylan & Suze Rotolo stay here?
Did Jackie Robinson sell suits at this Sears?
Did Schoolly-D grow up here?
Fresh Prince of Bel Air Playground, from show intro, with Will Smith
Haddon Heights Post Office Has Original Noguchi
Jones Salvage was on American Pickers
Justice Kavanaugh's Beach Week Condo, 1983
Kermit Gosnell's House of Horrors Was Here
Lex Street Massacre was here in 2000.
Lisa Jane Persky, Harry Koutoukas and Yoko Ono lived here.
Marky Ramone likes to eat at Sociale.
Marty Graham's House of Horror Was Here
McCusker's Tavern could have been in Invincible, but declined.
New Greater Straightway Baptist Church originally a Byzantine-Moorish style synagogue.
Peace Eye Bookstore was here. (Ed Sanders; Fugs; Andy Warhol)
Peter Stretch's Corner at the Sign of the Dial - Philadelphia Clockmaker
Philadelphia's first purpose-built mosque: Baitul Aafiyat Mosque. Geographic Center of Philadelphia.
Playwright Robert Heide lived here in the early 60s.
Rittenhouse Coffee Shop facade is saved.
Tacony Dungeon Was Here
Trenton Speedway on Site of Grounds for Sculptor; Concerts; Black Driver
Velvet Underground, Studio 54 & Capt. Kangaroo, Same Building?
Wong Kim Ark of birthright citizenship case born here 1873.
Worst Train Crash in American History, Nov. 1, 1918
William Howard Taft Homestead
Constitution Oak Tree
Rose wilder lane birthplace roadside marker
West River Railroad Newfane Railroad Station
2nd Stop of police van in Freddie Gray death case.
Ask This Old House visited here - Manayunk
Baseball Legend Eddie Plank Is Buried Here - Gettysburg
Baseball Legend Eddie Plank's Widow and Son Lived Here
Black Doctor of the Pines had his office here.
Born to Run was written here.
Elks Center : Rich in African American, Jazz, Punk Rock History
Funeral for a Home Home
Greatest Game Ever Played Scene Actually Occurred Here
Little Ty who wrote graffiti in Vietnam era lived here.
Love-Nest Shooting was here.
Lovers' Clock in Center City Philadelphia
Mass Death Assemblage Fossil Dig
New Barber Shop closes after barber's 62 years in business.
Our Town Inspired by Wedding in This Home
Real World Philadelphia Site in 2004
Ring Around the Rosie Rag is about an arrest of Arlo Guthrie in this park.
Stratford Inn in (Bob) Newhart TV Show
Sugar House Sugar Refinery was here.
The Big Store (1998), Comcast commercial, were filmed here.
The Carpet Cult from Seinfeld was here.
The Great Negro Mart was here.
This Land Is Your Land lyrics written on this site.
Vertical Chateau on Chestnut Street, Philadelphia
Water Buffalo, an allegedly racial incident, occurred here.
You can't get to heaven, on the Frankford El ...
(Boxer) Lew Tendler's Restaurant was here.
100-Year-Old Oyster House in Philadelphia
1801 Walnut St. Mansion, Philadelphia
1872 RNC Here; Age of Innocence Scenes Filmed Here
1892 Public School Building - Milton B. Bean designed building in Kutztown.
1904 World's Fair Grand Prize for Tiles - H. C. Mercer
1956 Film Poster Painted on Wall
19th Century Hosiery Mill Was Here - Philadlephia
19th Century Publishing/ Mfg. on Dock Street, Philadelphia
2 Popes Visited Here - Cardinal's Mansion
247 Central Park West Mansion
2Amys - Best Neopolitan Pizza in D.C. (and USA)?
3 of oldest trees in Montgomery Township, PA
3 old pinball machines in arcade at Zern's Farmers Market
300-Year Old Ship Dug Up on Construction Site for Indigo Hotel
30th Street Post Office - Second Sub-basement
3rd Oldest Tree, Montgomery Township, PA
500-square-inch property in New York City
514 W. Main - a Milton B. Bean design?
778 Park Avenue
>25 Kinds of Sausage - Steve's (Polish) Meat Market
A 24/7 Barber Shop in Atlanta
A Bar A Ranch appears in New York Times article on Nabokov.
A Beach Boy and Deadfellow had breakfast together here.
A Blue Comet Observation Car Part of Diner
A Chandler Coleman Window Honors Ruth Morrison Here
A Diner Where Presidents Have Eaten
A good cheesesteak in Chicago? - Jersey Mike's
A house where Bruce Springsteen grew up was here.
A Peek at 19th Century Working Class Living in Philadelphia
A Pinball Palace in Asbury Park
A Saint Prayed at this Philly-area Church
A. Kupchunas Bicycles was here (1940s)
A. Schoenhut Co. (toymaker) was here.
A.J. Kitt designed race trail here.
A.V. Barkley Funeral Home, Photographed by John W. Mosley
Abandoned African American Cemetery in Marple Township, PA
Abbotts Dairy was here.
Accordion Store Was Here in the 1940s
Actress jumped to her death from H in Hollywood Sign.
Actress Melissa Fitzgerald grew up here.
Address appears in G. Love and Special Sauce Song
Addy's Candy Store was here, Eddington, PA
African American activist Layle Lane's LaCitadelle was here.
African American Defied Custom, Attempted to Board Trolley Here
African-American Church's Burial Ground Under This Playground
AHM Hobby Company was here.
Airport Where Patsy Cline Ate Her Last Meal
Alana de la Garza likes to eat here.
Albany Insurance Co. of NY was here.
Alimony Club (prison) was once here.
All-black beach was here - 1900 thru early 1950s.
Alleged murderer arrested here.
Allen Iverson liked this strip club when it was Club Wizzards
Alliance Insurance Co. was here.
Allied Chemical - Bridesburg Plant was once covered in a building.
Alligator in the back of a novelty store - QMart
Almo Radio Company was here.
Alpha Studio & Philly World Records were here.
AMC 309 Cinema Sign, Montgomeryville, PA
Amelia Earhart broke record in Horsham, PA
Amelia Earhart's aunt is buried here.
American Fire Insurance Company was here.
American Illustration Art Was Born Here
American Insurance Co. of Newark, NJ, was here.
American Pickers taped here, in Amsterdam, NY
American Redoubt Marker in shadows of Geo. Washington Bridge
American Trust Co. Building, Built in 1880s
American Union Fire Insurance Co. was here.
Among Oldest Trees, Montgomery Township, PA
Amos Lee bartended here.
Amos Lee taught grade school here.
Amos Lee was born here.
Amy Poehler lives here.
Amy Winehouse's Rehab Originated Here
Ancient Native American Burial Ground in Bensalem, PA?
Andalusia Cycle Shop was here.
Andrew H. Madoff Lived Here
Andrew Wyeth Liked To Eat Here
Andy Warhol's Andy-Mat?
Andy Warhol's New Hope, PA, Home
Andy Warhol's Superstars Filmed Here
Andy Warhol's Union Square Factory
Angela Mao, the female Bruce Lee, owns this restaurant.
Angry Mobs Formed When 1st Black Family Moved In, Levittown, 1957
Another Great Korean Restaurant in Montgomery Township, PA
Antiques shop is in a former Friends meetinghouse.
Apartment building curves to accommodate Pepsi sign
Apartment building used to be a parking garage.
Apartment building was once a coal shed.
Apology Corner - near Museum of Natural History, NY
Aquarama was here in the 1960s, Philadelphia
Archie Bell & the Drells played at this fire hall in 1968.
Architect Louis Sullivan Inspired by this Philly Building
Architect William Lescaze House
Aria Health - Torresdale, Haunted? St. Katherine Drexel Property
Arkanoid, Frogger, Donkey Kong and Ms. Pac-Man
Art Deco Building by Ritter & Shay, Built in 1927.
Art Nouveau Architecture - Long Island Automobile Club
Arthur Miller lived here. (& it was a stop on the Underground Railroad)
Artisan Townhouses - designed by architect David Amburn
Artist & folk art collector Elie Naderman lived/died here.
Artist Charles Hargens Lived Here
Artist Donald Judd had lived here.
Artist Horace Pippin is buried here.
Artist William Stilson Died Here
Artist William Trego had lived here.
Artists Clibanoff and Upin Mural Behind This Home
Astronaut Christopher Ferguson's High School
Astrud Gilberto lives here (?).
Atlantic Casualty Company was here.
Atlantic City Pop Festival, August 1969
Atlantic Mutual was here.
Author Agnes Repplier lived here?
Automat - 155 West 33rd
Automat - 611 West 181st Street
Avelthorpe Manor - was home of Sears' chairman.
Babe Ruth Hit A Home Run To Here, Out of Shibe Park
Babe Ruth once lived at what is now center field at Camden Yards.
Babe Ruth played for a church team here - Kensington Neighborhood, Philadelphia
Babe Ruth was married here, in Oct. 1914.
Babe Ruth's First House
Babe Ruth's House (and curse lifted?)
Babe Ruth's Second House
Bad injury when teens threw rocks from overpass.
Bakery opened July 7, 1930, still owned by same family.
Bala Theater - last Egyptian-style cinema in Delaware Valley
Banca Calabrese was here - South Philly.
Banca D'Italia (second site) was here - South Philly.
Banca D'Italia was here (South Philly).
Bar and Toy Train Store All in One - Zientek's, Chicago
Barbara Cororan of Shark Tank TV Show Lived Here
Barbecue Barn was here.
Barcade, for Vintage Video Games
Baritone Mariusz Kwiecien eats here - Christina's
Barnes Foundation - Travesty of Justice
Bartholomew's was here.
Basco / Best Products - World's Largest Sign
Baseball Legend Eddie Plank's Buick Dealership Was Here
Baseball Legend Eddie Plank's Home - Gettysburg
Baseball Legend's Brother's Ford Dealership Was Here (Plank)
Baseball Slugger Dick Allen in Bar Fight Here
Baseballs dropped from top of Philly City Hall in Phillies' Promo, 5/10/39.
Basketball Legend Julius Erving Grew Up Here
Batman was conceived here, in the Bronx.
Battle of Barren Hill, May 1778
Beach for Surfers and Nuns
Beat Street, hip-hop/graffiti movie, was filmed here.
Beaumont House, at Foulkeways in North Wales, PA, Preserved
Beck's Cajun Cafe - Booth 938, Reading Terminal
Bee Hive Diner was here - Bensalem, PA
Bell Tower at Our Lady of Czestochowa; St. John Paul II was here.
Bensalem African Methodist Episcopal Church
Bernstein & Kaufman (and Dog Woman) was here.
Bessie Smith, Tammi Terrell, buried here.
Best Antiques Mall for Advertising, General Store Items (?)
Best Blue Claw Crabs in Philadelphia? - The Crab Shack
Best breakfast cafe anywhere found in Jeffersonville, VT
Best Farm to Pick New Jersey Blueberries
Best fifties' style burger joint in Bucks County? - Downtown Dogs
Best Fried Chicken in Central Montgomery County - Cafe Soho 2
Best Greek Food in Montgomery County, PA?
Best Hamburger in Philly? (Anywhere?)
Best HO Slot Car Store in the World? (Allentown, PA)
Best Hoagies in Lower Bucks County, PA?
Best Hogfish, Chocolate Pecan Pie, in the World - Key West
Best jazz musicians in New York are here every Tuesday night.
Best Kimchi in Montgomery County, PA - Sae Han
Best Korean Soft Tofu Stew/Soup/Casserole
Best Korean-owned Italian Restaurant in British Columbia
Best Korean-style Chinese Food in Montgomery County, PA
Best Little Record Store in Montgomery County, PA?
Best Lobster Shack in Massachusetts?
Best Meatballs Ever? - Luciano's
Best Organic Maple Syrup - Vermont
Best Peanut Butter Pie? - near Scranton, PA
Best Philly Combo? (Hot Dog with Crab Cake) - Johnny's Hots
Best Place for Military Miniatures - Eastern Pennsylvania
Best Place for Vintage Keyboard Repair
Best Place to Buy the Best Accoustic Guitars - New York City
Best RC Crawler Track
Best RC Store in Philadelphia Area
Best Record Store in California
Best Record Store in Montgomery County, PA?
Best Restaurant, Smugglers Notch Area
Best Sandwich in America - DiNic's in Reading Terminal
Best smoked fish in New York - Sable's?
Best store for military and war model accessories - Allentown, PA
Best Sushi in Iceland (has Kimchi, too)
Best tube amp stereo repair- Delaware Valley
Best Turkey and Trimmings - Jim's Lunch, Millville, NJ
Best Vietnamese / Thai Cuisine in Montgomery County, PA
Best Vintage Stringed Instrument Store - Retrofret
Best-kept-secret vinyl record stash - Lansdale, PA
Betty Boop House, Northwest Philly
Bicycle Railroad in New Jersey
Big Band Paradise - Sunnybrook Ballroom, Pottstown, PA
Big Stars Recorded at the Warehouse Recording Studio
Biker Gang Went to Easter Mass Here
Bill Clinton ate at this soul food diner in West Philly.
Bill Clinton spoke here.
Bill Cosby has home here.
Bill Cosby played drums with jazz band here.
Bill Haley bought cowboy outfit here.
Bill Haley had house band here, Pre-Comets
Bill Traylor's Second Exhibition Was Here
Billy Penn's Hat Again Highest Point in Philly? - Yes!
Billy Synth's Tragik Records was here.
Bing Crosby, John DeLorean, lived here.
Birdland Music - owned by Charlie Parker's Son
Birmingham Fire Ins. Co. of PA was here.
Bissett Pottery was here, circa 1878.
Bitner's Pharmacy was once here - Lansdale, PA
Bluegrass at the Albert Music Hall
Blues Legend Muddy Waters Played Here
Bob Dylan Lived Here
Bob Dylan lived here, 1961-63
Bob Dylan wrote Blowin' in the Wind here (it is believed).
Bob Dylan's First Philadelphia Appearance
Bob Marley's Home in Wilmington, DE
Bob Simon died in car accident here.
Bobby Darren, Lou Cioci lived here. Bobby Rydell, next door.
Bobby Flay's Gato restaurant was once treatment center.
Bobby Fuller lived, and died, here.
Bobtown Pizza and Chevron Controversy
Boies Big Grizzly Penrose grew up here.
Bono of U2 had his first U.S. TV interview here.
Book store where Patti Smith had worked.
Boot & Saddle bar - story behind giant boot sign.
Boston Marathon Suspect #2 Caught Here
Both Sides Now was written here.
Bowie lives in the old Hawley & Hoops candy factory (Courtney Love, too).
Bowlmor Lanes was here for decades.
Boxing Arena in Rocky V Film in Danger of Demolition; Deemed Best Boxing Venue in the World
Boy in the Box Discovery Site
Boyhood Home of R. Crumb
Bradley Cooper filmed at Llanerch Diner
Bradley Cooper was a doorman here.
Bradley Cooper's High School
Brandy (You're A Fine Girl) based on spinster buried in parking lot?
Breakfast at Hawthornes Cafe
Bredenbeck's in Chestnut Hill - Elton John and Bon Jovi Were Here
Brick House Here in 1862
Bristol Stomp originate here?
Broadway Hotel, Lansdale, was here.
Broncos (and North Penn; Temple) Star Brandon McManus Grew Up Here
Brooke Shields Lived Here
Brother of Afghan President Owns 3 Restaurants, Including b
Brother of Afghan President Owns 3 Restaurants, Including Helmand
Brother of Afghan President Owns 3 Restaurants, Including Tapas Teatro
Brown Palace Hotel - Beatles Stayed Here
Brownie's - A Jazz Speakeasy - Was Here
Bruce Springsteen & Max Clinch were photographed here.
Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band slept in a van here.
Bruce Springsteen met Janis Joplin here, escaped her grip.
Bruce Springsteen met up with friend at diner here. Glory Days ?
Bruce Springsteen motorcycle accident was here.
Bruce Springsteen Played Villanova University in 1973, 3X
Bruce Springsteen played West Chester U. twice.
Bruce Springsteen proposed to wife here.
Bruce Springsteen was born here.
Bruce Vilanch & Stephen Tobolowsky ate here.
Bruce Willis ate a steak at the bar here.
Bruce Willis Bartendered Here - Red Garter Saloon
Bruce Willis sipped a San Remo here.
Buddy Ryan ate lunch here on Tuesdays.
Building appears in Do No Harm television show.
Building Decorated with Conkling-Armstrong Terra-Cotta
Buildings Used for Led Zeppelin Physical Graffiti Cover (and Stones' Waiting on a Friend Video)
Bukowski is the most stolen author at this book store.
Bunting House, Philadelphia, Needs to be saved.
Burglars of FBI Office in the Burglary Book Fled to This Site
Burlington Island, New Jersey
Bye Bye Miss American Pie first performed here (?).
Cabin Run Covered Bridge
Cables Atop One World Trade Center Made Here
Camden Fire Insurance Association was here.
Cameo-Parkway Records started in basement here.
Cameo-Parkway Records was here.
Can an $8 chocolate-covered apple be worth it? You bet!
Capitol Fishing Tackle Co. (Patti Smith/ Robert Mapplethorpe)
Captain Chris' Crab Shack - the option for Gabler's lovers?
Carlton Academy in Stealing Home movie was here.
Casani Candy was here, circa 1903
Cemetery on Site of William Dick Elementary School, Philly
CEO of Loews Corp. lives here.
Chadds Peak Ski Resort was here.
Charles Bukowski - First Public Poetry Reading
Charles Bukowski Drank Here
Charles Bukowski lived here (in his Philly days).
Charles Bukowski lived here a short time.
Charles Bukowski lived here April 1947.
Charles Bukowski worked in warehouse here.
Charley Ross's kidnappers were killed here.
Charlie Gracie Played Here
Charlie's in Minot in New York Times Article, Eisenhower Ate Here
Cheech & Chong/Muddy Waters concert at swim club here. (And Ike & Tina, others.)
Chelsea condo building was once a printing plant.
Chicken Salad with Fried Oysters - Blue Bell Inn
Chicken Salad with Fried Oysters - William Penn Inn
Childhood Home of Taylor Swift
Children's Tour at Fallingwater
Chink's Steaks changes name to Joe's Steaks & Soda Shop.
Chris Carrabba of Dashboard Confidential Loves This Bakery
Christian Service - Stowe / Smugglers Notch Area
Christmas lights from Silver Linings Playbook movie (& first rowhouses in America).
Chrysler Pavilion was here.
Chubby Checker grew up here - So. Philly
Chubby Checker's Elementary School
Chun Michael Deng died from fraternity hazing here.
Church of Blues Genius L.V. Thomas
Church of Derrick Henry, 2013 H.S. Player of the Year
Church of Senator Santorum and Justice Scalia
Church of Thomas in Philadlephia Area (in old AT&T Building)
Church on Underground Railroad, Invited KKK to Worship
Church shooter lived here.
Church where Patti LaBelle grew up singing.
Church: Linda Ronstadt, Paul Simon
City Gardens rock and roll club was here; Jon Stewart worked as bartender; REM song written here.
City in Pete Seeger's Little Boxes
CivilWarLand in Bad Decline written here (1 of 3).
CivilWarLand in Bad Decline written here (2 of 3)
CivilWarLand in Bad Decline written here (3 of 3)
Claes Oldenburg was inspired in this NYC hardware store.
Classic Building on (what was) Philly's Automobiles Row
Clement Clarke Moore lived on this site.
Clever House, by Louis Kahn, is here.
Cliff Lee's Condo
Club Zoe was here, Winter 1981
Co-manager of the Ramones lived here.
Coach Dog Tavern was here for 23 years.
Coca-Cola Bottling Plant Was Here
Cogslea, Violet Oakley's Estate Along the Cresheim Creek
Coldest Beer In Long Beach Once Here
Colin Farrell at Barclay Prime
Composer Julius Eastman was homeless here.
Concrete Boat Factory Was Here a Century Ago, and Movie Signs - Bensalem, PA
Concrete Megalith at Penn's Landing
Conkling-Armstrong House - Terra-cotta-rama
Connie Mack Lived Here
Convent of Divine Love (cloister)
Cool non-hipster record store in Northeast Philly
Coolest Modern Motor Inn - at Friday Harbor, WA
Cooper's Bakery was here, in early sixties.
Corinthian Columns in rear of Safian & Rudolph
Corn Exchange National Bank Building
Cornwells Fire Company (Original Firehouse)
Cornwells Fire Company Number One
Cornwells Pharmacy Was Here For Many Years
Cornwells State Bank
Country Greats Played Here - New River Ranch
Country Greats Played This Picnic Grove - Sunset Park
County Style Mansion Near Center City, Philadelphia
Couple became engaged in middle of Chestnut Hill intersection.
Courtroom used in Philadelphia movie.
Cover of Inside Dave Van Ronk Photographed Here
Cover of Ramones LP Shot Here
Craft Beer Pub in Manayunk Used to Be a Biker Bar
Crash Test Dummy Decapitated at Knoebels? (No.)
Crawdaddy Magazine was born here.
Crawley Wood Shop, circa 1950
Cream, Credence Clearwater Revival played here, Cherry Hill, NJ
Creator of LCDs went to this high school.
Crispus Attucks Hotel
Cro-Mags First Rehearsal Space
Cross-burning on front lawn of Lansdale, PA, home, c. 1923.
Cy's Penn Luncheonette was here.
Cyndi Lauper was expelled from this high school.
D.J. Whoo Kid eats dinner here every Sunday.
Dain Curse Filmed in this Easton Courtroom
Dale Chihuly likes to eat here.
Damon Grimes, 15, died in police chase here.
Daryl Hall of Hall & Oates Lived Here in 1969
David Boreanaz worked here as a kid.
David Boreanaz, and Jim Croce, Attended this School
David Bowie bought art supplies here.
David Bowie bought records here - site of Bleeker Bob's (closed)
David Bowie exercised here.
David Bowie had lived here.
David Bowie liked a sandwich here.
David Bowie liked breakfast here.
David Bowie liked this bookstore.
David Bowie liked to buy books here.
David Bowie liked to eat here.
David Bowie lived here 1992-2002.
David Bowie Stayed Here; Abscam Sting Was Here
David Bowie was photographed here.
David Bowie worked as a paralegal here.
David Bowie worked here at 16.
David Bowie would shop here.
David Bowie's Mountain Retreat
David Carroll's Artemis was here.
David Lynch the filmmaker lived here.
David Smith died from an auto accident here.
Death of Broadcaster Jessica Savitch; Warhol Connection
Declaration of Independence Written Here, Where Tom Thumb Hot Dogs Stood
Del Val Farm Market - Best Nursery Near Doylestown
Deli in the Underbelly That Has a Rooster - at Willets Point
DeLorenzo's pizza, best there is? (Scalia and Alito ate there!)
Dennis Hopper lived here in the Hollywood Hills
Dennis Hopper lived in this movie theater.
Denzel Washington used this library to research a role.
Derby-Port Drive-In screen stood here; first in VT to sell Dr. Pepper.
Designer Paul Evans lived here.
Diane Arbus' family owned department store here.
Dick Allen the baseball player lived here.
Did Charles Bukowski live here?
Did the Beatles sleep on the floor here in 1964?
Did the hoagie originate here?
Diner in Newtown Square, PA
Diner in Stealing Home Movie
Diner on cover of Abandoned Luncheonette LP cover by Hall & Oates was photographed here.
Disappearances from Abilene's Blues Bar
Disc jockey Pierre Robert once worked here.
Discoverer of Boy in the Box had lived here.
DJ Jazzy Jeff eats here; birthplace of the chicken cheesesteak.
Do No Harm T.V. show shot here.
Dock Street was once Dock Creek.
Documentary filmmaker Tyler H. Brodie lived here.
Domilise's - Eli Manning has worked here.
Don Lemon was racially profiled at Tower Records here, said lawsuit.
Donald Trump bought Tastykakes in this Wawa store.
Donald Trump's boyhood home.
Door tells history of advertising profession.
Downbeat Jazz Club was here.
Dox Thrash, Samuel J. Brown Jr., had a studio here.
Dr. Charles A. Tindley's Church - grew up in slave family.
Drag racing legend Bill Grumpy Jenkins' Garage
Drexel Camera Club met here.
Drive-in Movie Invented and Tested Here
Driver of 30,000 Pounds of Bananas (Harry Chapin Song) Truck Lived Here
Drug Store Where Signs, with Mel Gibson, Was Shot
Drummer / Planet published here.
DuckDuckGo mentioned on Karen Hunter Show.
Duke Ellington and Cootie Williams Photographed Here
Dylan lived here.
Dylan, Doors, at Philadelphia's Town Hall; Ray Charles Arrested Here
E. Buk Art & Antiques was here: Contents of the World
Early Hip-Hop Downstairs Here, 1981(Club Negril)
East Coast Cycle Center
Ebenezer A.M.E. Church - with graveyard, needs help.
ECI - Cornwells Heights Post Office
Economist Jeffrey Sachs Likes This Trattoria
Ed's Diner was here - Doylestown, PA
Edgemont Theater was once here.
Edith's Clam House - A Jazz Speakeasy - Was Here
Edwin Levick Aeronautical and Marine Photographers was here.
Eels in Norristown, PA?
El Tapatio: Best Authentic Mexican Food in Montgomery County, PA?
Electric Tattooing Machine Invented Here
Electronics store is best bait and tackle shop in Brooklyn.
Eli Wallach and Anne Jackson lived here.
Elvis played (and was egged) here. Hendrix played here, too.
Elza: Uzbek-Korean Food - Was on Hidden Eats
Embassy Club, Philly (& Cassatt Family)
Entertainment Greats Appeared at Rendezvous Room When It Was Here
Episcopal church was stop on Underground Railroad.
Eric Church played in this South Jersey saloon.
Eric Clapton bought blues great Skip James the home here.
Esslinger's Brewery (Plant #1) was here.
Esslinger's Brewery started here.
Ex-Sears location was supposed to become a film studio in Norristown, PA
Example of Fluting - 740 Park Avenue
Execution by Birdman here on June 19, 1964
Factory where Bruce Springsteen's dad worked; in My Hometown
Fallout Shelter in Philly School
Famed Architect Louis Kahn Lived Here
Famed collector Alex Shear died here.
Famed Food Critic Ed Hitzel Died Here
Famed Pianist, Lang Lang, Studied Here (Philadelphia)
Famed Wood Carver Noah Weiss Ran Hotel Here
Family-owned Toy Train Store Since 1939
Family-run Grocery Store in Trump Campaign Commercial
Famous Alumni of Drexel University
Famous Bernice Abbott Photo Was Shot Here
Famous Door - Historic New Orleans Jazz Club
Famous huckleberry pie here mentioned in New Times' article on gay man returning to MT.
Fanny White Ran a Brothel Here, Circa 1847
Farmers National Bank Building has Fallout Shelter Sign on Front Wall
Father of W.C. Fields worked here when it was a bar.
Fays Theater (a Jim Crow theater), in West Philadelphia
FBI Office Where Anti-war Activists Broke In, On Night of Fight of the Century
Fear that Rat Pack would invade NY apartment.
Federal Hat Cleaning Was Here - East Camden, NJ
Fellman's Light Lunch was here.
Film Atlantic City filmed here.
Film Shot at Campbell's Place, Chestnut Hill
Firefly Sculpture, as seen from I-95 near Philly airport
First Auntie Anne's Pretzel Stand
First Broadside of Declaration of Independence Printed on this Site
First Chinese Church in Western Hemishpere
First Commercial Computer Designed Here: Eckert-Mauchly Company
First Drive-In Movie Theater
First female AME preacher, Jarena Lee, is buried here.
First Home of Philadelphia Toboggan Company
First Lee's Hoagies - Now Closed
First Major African-American Office Building in Philly
First NFL Draft Was Here, 1936
First Pep Boys Store was here.
First Public Cell Phone Call Here - April 3, 1973
First Rita's Water Ice Stand Ever
First RNC was here in 1856.
First Rock Song Written Here; Bessie Smith Died Here
First solo museum show of Andy Warhol artwork was here.
First televised sports interview took place here. It was of Connie Mack.
First Urban Outfitters Store, Arguably
First Wall Street Journal was published here.
First Wawa Convenience Store Ever
Flaxeen for Coughs (1940s)
Flomar Building, K&A area, Philly
Florence Henderson Sought Spiritual Refuge in This Church When JFK Died
Folk Artist Clementine Hunter Lived and Painted Here
Folk Artist Clementine Hunter Was Born Here
Folk Artist in Hardware Store on Staten Island, New York City
Folk Artist Jack Savitsky Died Here
Folk artist John F. Long painted Saal here.
Folk artist John F. Long painted schoolhouse here.
Folk artist John F. Long painted this church.
Folk artist John F. Long painted this inn.
Folk artist John F. Long painted this one-room schoolhouse.
Folk Legend Dave Van Ronk Had Lived Here
Footbridge was constructed by Brooklyn Bridge builder.
Forbidden Drive Really Does Forbid (Fairmount Park, Philadelphia)
Former 76ers' President Pat Croce Lived Here
Former Bank Building Modeled After 15th Century Italian Mansion
Former Oldest Black-Owned Business in Philly Was Here
Former Pres. Bill Clinton in Lansdale, PA
Former President Bill Clinton Spoke Here
Former Site of Piasecki Helicopter Corporation
Former Site of Sheperd of the Lambs Orphanage
Founder of Harleysville Insurance had lived here.
Founder of Toys R Us Lived Here
Frank Black had band gear stolen here.
Frank Lloyd Wright -designed Auto Showroom Demolished
Frank N. Piasecki's Grade School
Frank N. Piasecki's Original Business Site
Frank Shay's Bookstore, 1920-1925
Frank Sinatra & Ava Gardner Got Marriage License Here
Frank Sinatra got married in this home.
Frank Sinatra, others, performed here, Valley Forge Music Fair
Frank Zappa had dinner here.
Frankenfish in this Philly Pond
Frankie Avalon Dined Here - Limoncello Ristorante
Frankie Valli grew up in this housing project.
Frederick Douglass Memorial Hospital was here. (Gertrude Bustill)
Freeway Diner was here.
Fresh Prince album cover shot here.
Fugitive Eric Frein Captured Here
Fugitive Slaves Buried Here - Ft. Washington, PA
Funeral Home in Business Since 1761 - Oldest in USA
G. A. Dentzell Carousel Works Was Here
Gabler's - was the best crab house in the history of the world!
Gangster Oscar the Poet lived here.
Gansta Rap originated here (via Schoolly D)
Garrick Theater, a Milton B. Bean Design
Gary Heidnik's House of Horror
Gas explosion in Gwynedd Pointe, 1999.
Gem Theater - Charlie Chaplin performed here.
Gene Simmons of Kiss taught school here.
General Store Is Haunted
Gentleman's Club was once Babe Ruth's dad's tavern (and dad died here).
George Nakashima Studio Stored Wood Here
George Washington bought grain for American troops here.
Georgio Armani lives here.
Gerde's Folk City - Dylan's Professional Debut
Ghostbusters Building - 55 Central Park West
Gip's Place - An Authentic Juke Joint
Gisele Bundchen and Tom Brady lived here.
God Lies - God Lives: written on walls in Lower Bucks County, PA
Golf Champ Lived and Played Golf at this Psychiatric Hospital
Golfer Champion Justin Rose Ate Here During U.S. Open Week
Good BBQ in Phoenixville, PA
Good Restaurant for Families Near Rockefeller Center
Goody'z, in East Greenville, PA
Gorgeous Art Deco Castle in Callowhill Neighborhood
Grace Kelly's Home - East Falls Section of Philadelphia
Graham Nash had breakfast here just before writing Our House.
Gram Parsons' Death Site
Grave of pop singer Jim Croce
Grave of the legendary Sister Rosetta Tharpe
Greasy Lake in Springsteen Song Here? - 1 of 2
Greasy Lake in Springsteen Song Here? - 2 of 2
Great Barbecue in Lansdale, PA - Smoke Daddy's
Great Crepe Shack in Montgomery Mall, Montgomeryville, PA
Great grain elevator explosion was here - West Philly
Greta Garbo Lived Here
Grocery Store for Bush 41- Bradbury Brothers
Ground Zero Blues Club - Morgan Freeman's Place
Guild House (postmodern masterpiece) - look for the fake antenna.
Hale Building - Architectural Oddity
Halfway House - Philadelphia to Trenton
Hall & Oates Had First Show Here
Hardware store has been here since 19th Century.
Haringstown, PA, is a village that is not on a map.
Harrison Ford filmed in front of this building; Second Story disco was here.
Harrison Ford, Matthew Broderick and Winona Ryder in films here.
Harry Styles ate at this pizza joint at Villanova University.
Hart Island, a Potter's Field in Long Island Sound
Hat factory was here - Cafe Lift
Haunted Building in Center City, Philadelphia
Haunted mansion in Norristown, PA.
Haunted Mansion in Sugartown (Malvern), PA?
Haunted Photography Gallery?
Haunted School in Barnegat, NJ
Head Cheese Single Jungle Jam Refers to This Place
Headquarters of Pythian (African American) Baseball Club
Headquarters Road Bridge needs preservation - Tinicum, PA
Heebner Agricultural Works was here.
Helen Gurley Brown lived here.
Helen Hayes Theater
Heliport was here during New York World's Fair, Beatles landed here, Madonna worked here.
Henry J. Magaziner Helped Preserve These Houses
Henry Rollins liked this diner, near Trenton, NJ.
Henry Van Beil liquor and cigar shop
Herbach & Rademan (& Liberty Bell) was here.
Herbach & Rademan was here, on Radio Row
Hershey Candy was here, early 20th Century
Herzog Motors was here.
Hidden Potters Field in Philly's Germantown Section
Hidden Tunnel Under Owl's Head Park, Brooklyn
High School of Bassist Tony Marsico
High School of Derrick Henry, 2013 H.S. Football Player of the Year
High School of Florence LaRue of the 5th Dimension
High School of Mr. Cool Himself, Ben Vaughn
High School of Reggie Jackson & Benjamin Netanyahu [& Mary Ellen Mark]
High School of Tina Fey, Jim Croce and Todd Rundgren
High School Where The Stylistics Formed
Hillary Clinton had meeting at this church. [Second oldest black church in U.S. Longest held real estate by African Americans.]
Historic (black history) YMCA; Wilt Chamberlain played here.
Historic Church That Resisted Segregation - Devon, PA
Historic Mansion Once Home to a Motorcycle Gang
Historic Tremont Hotel was here, Lansdale, PA.
Historic Wadsworth St. Bridge's plaque stolen.
Historical Buildings at Lincoln University to be Demolished?
Holmesburg Prison - Redbone, and Up Close and Personal
Home and Studio of Pop Artist Jim Dine
Home designed by Ann Capron
Home designed by George W. Carson
Home Designed by Thomas U. Walter
Home designed by U.S. Capitol dome architect
Home Designed by William Lescaze
Home Designed by William Lescaze, 1940
Home has a Doctor Who TARDIS replica in backyard.
Home in Lovely Bones Movie
Home is a converted post office in Hollywood, PA.
Home of Free African James Oronoko Dexter was here.
Home of the Legendary Sister Rosetta Tharpe
Home of the Polish Taco
Home of Toyoco Mini Bikes in the 1970s
Home of TV Character Ross Geller of Friends Was Here
Home of Wonder Years (band) front man.
Home was subject of court battle over stucco finish.
Hop Angel Brauhaus - a very old building
Horn & Hardart Building by Wm. Steele & Sons Here
Horn & Hardart with waitress service was here.
Hospital where Bob Marley died
Hospital where Maurice Gibbs passed away (Bee Gees)
Hotel Where NBA Players Stay Is Haunted (?)
House Designed by PSFS Building Architect
House of Death - Mark Twain House
House Used in NY Times Article on House History as Metaphor
Housing Development Where Baseball Legend Was Born - Eddie Plank
How did Street Road in Bucks County, PA, get its name?
Howard Stern Grew Up Here
Hoxie's Greatest American Circus appeared here.
Huge Civil War Hospital in West Philly - Satterlee Hospital
Human blood was used in war protest here.
Hurley's / Edibles - Made-over on Restaurant Impossible Show
Ice Harvest Museum in East Bradford Township, PA
Ice Skates Sharpened While You Wait (1940s)
Ideal Florist, Bridesburg, was once here.
If You Give A Mouse A Cookie House to be demolished?
Iggy Pop had lived here.
Ignacy Podgorski Music Store was here.
Illustrator Jesse Wilcox Smith's Residence
Important Area in Croydon, PA, for Black History
In Memory of Hundreds of Fish - Irvine, California
Indian Caverns of Pennsylvania - Native American History
Industrialist F. Otto Haas (Rohm & Haas) Lived Here
Indy Driver George Doc MacKenzie's Home?
Inquirer headquarters in 1860s
Inspiration for Expressway to Your Heart by the Soul Survivors; I-76 by G. Love & Special Sauce
Inspiration for William Penn Academy on The Goldbergs
International Toy Center was here.
Inventor Walter Golaski's Workshop Was Here
Is Jim Bradley's Inside Fisher's Tudor House?
Is Merchant House Museum Haunted?
Isaac Asimov had lived here (West Philly).
Ish Smith loves the crab gravy pasta here - Stogey's Joe's Tavern
J. J. Hat Center - New York's oldest hat shop (Smith/Mapplethorpe bought here)
J.D. Salinger graduated from this school.
J.D. Salinger had lived here.
J.D. Salinger lived in this college dorm room.
Jack Frost Sugar Refinery was here.
Jackie Robinson, #42, Lived Here
Jackson Browne bought corned beef sandwich here.
Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Lived Here
Jadeveon Clowney, of Greatest Football Hit Ever Fame, Grew Up Here
James and Dolley Madison Lived Here
James Comey grew up here.
Janis Joplin and Kree Harrison Born Here
Janis Joplin died here.
Jazz Greats Brubeck, Parker and Prysock Lived Here (& Bob Perkins)
Jean Craighead George grew up in this house.
Jeanne's was here.
Jeffrey Dahmer's House; Waitresses Musician Lives Here
Jerame Reid was shot here.
Jerry Blavat Once Lived Here; Warhol Filmed Here
Jersey Devil Sighting - Ferry Road, Camden
Jimi Hendrix at Old Temple Stadium
Jimmy John's Gourmet Sandwiches in King of Prussia, PA
Jimmy Roselli bought frying pans here.
Jimmy Superfly Snuka's Girlfriend Died on This Site
Joan Jett was born here.
Joan of Arc Statue visited by Patti Smith
Joe Frazier's Gym Needs Preservation
Joe Phillips' Gateway Diner
Joe's - Best Model Train Store in Delaware Valley?
John Coltrane's House in Strawberry Mansion
John Derian ate here.
John Lennon was photographed here - Untermyer Park
John Lennon wrote Imagine here.
John Lennon, Martin Luther King Jr., in this Philly basement.
John Lydon (Johnny Rotten) was hospitalized here as a child; mom died here.
John Sanson, DO, office here, 60s, 70s.
John Waters Had Pink Flamingos Premier Party Here
Johnny Burnette's mom lived here.
Johnny Cash's Asbury Park Home
Jon Stewart Lived Here
Jonathan Papelbon lives here. (Cliff Lee, too.)
Joni Mitchell lived here.
Joseph Krygier Music Store Here (1940s?)
Journalist Mike Wallace Lived Here
Judge Edmund Spaeth Lived Here
Julian Abele designed gates here.
Julian Abele designed Rocky Steps .
Kaleidoscope (psychedelic night club) in Manayunk, late 60s
Katie Crutchfield was interviewed here.
Keasbey & Mattison Company
Keenan Auto Body West Repairs Expensive Sculpture
Kellyanne Conway attended this night club.
Kellyanne Conway's Jersey Shore Vacation Home
Kellyanne Conway, Rod Rosenstein, ate here.
Kennedy Barn in Easttown Twp., PA, needs to be saved.
Kennel Club, Rainbows, The Loft, were here, Philadelphia Night Clubs
Kenny's BBQ - Where Pres. Obama Forgot to Pay for Lunch
Kentile Floors sign is/was here
Kerry King of Slayer was here.
Kevin Bacon lived here. (And Michael and Edmund Bacon)
Kiefer Sutherland had lived in condo here.
Kiefer Sutherland Lived Here
King Crimson / Todd Rundgren Concert Was Here, 1973
Kitty Johnson allegedly had a brothel here, 1800s.
KKK Activity Here in Early Seventies (Richlieu Gardens)
KKK crashed services of this Lansdale, PA, church, 1925.
Knife-Crafters was here.
Knoebels - 2 Carousels and a Carousel Museum
Kohl's on site of family farm in Bensalem, PA
Korvettes Department Store on the Boulevard
Kremer's Carousel Works was here.
Krist Novoselic of Nirvana Lived Here
Kurt Cobain Arrested for Graffiti on Wall Here, July 23, 1985
Kurt Cobain Arrested for Trespassing Here
Kurt Cobain Got His First Guitar Here
Kurt Cobain grew up in this house.
Kurt Cobain hung out in this tavern.
Kurt Cobain lived here in 1985.
Kurt Cobain lived here in 1986.
Kurt Cobain lived here in fall 1985.
Kurt Cobain lived here in Olympia.
Kurt Cobain lived here with his father.
Kurt Cobain lived here with his grandfather.
Kurt Cobain of Nirvana had lived here.
Kurt Cobain Practiced Here, Mid-1980s
Kurt Cobain Spent a Lot of Time at this House
Kurt Cobain was a maintenance man here.
Kurt Cobain was born in this hospital.
Kurt Cobain worked at this restaurant.
Kurt Cobain's body was found here, in his home.
Kurt Cobain's Elementary School
Kurt Cobain's Father Worked at Chevron Station that Existed on this Park Site
Kurt Cobain's First Home
Kurt Cobain's High School, Employer
Kurt Cobain's Second Elementary School
Lake mentioned in Titanic film, although not yet in existence.
Lake Naomi - Ice Harvesting
Landmark Pizza Place Mentioned on Do No Harm TV Show
Langhorne Speedway was here.
Lansdale (PA) Airport was here.
Lansdale Fire Companies Battled Here
Lansdale High School was here.
Lansdale Library was once an ACME Supermarket.
Lansdale library, police department, were here.
Lansdale Memorial Works was here.
Lansdale Office Supply Company was here.
Lansdale, PA, farmhouse built in early 18th Century
Lansdale, PA, home built in early 1800s
Lantern & Lens Gild of Women Photographers met here.
Lantern & Lens Gild was here.
Large chunk of ice fell from sky here, 10/21/57.
Largest Parochial School in the World Was Here
Last Cobblestone Street in Philadelphia in Danger
Last Piano Store on Piano Row in Philadelphia
Last U.S. maker of wooden clothes pins was here - Penley Mill
Latin Casino was here (2nd generation). Also, Emerald City.
Le Compte's Oyster House (1940s)
Leadbelly lived here.
Leary's Bookstore was here.
Legacy Diner - QB Joe Flacco's Breakfast Spot
Legendary Basketball Star Tom Gola Grew Up Here
Legendary Broadcaster Merrill Reese Eats Here
Legendary Broadcaster Merrill Reese Lives Here
Leidy House - couple killed by train, Dec. 1885
Lenny Kravitz, Alicia Keys, had lived here.
Leopold Stokowski commissioned this home.
Library existed before Free Library of Philadelphia
Limitless with Bradley Cooper and Robert DeNiro was shot here (and Yellin ironwork)
Lincoln print produced here in 1865.
Linda Ronstadt's dad ran a hardware store here.
Linda Ronstadt's father performed here.
Lindenwold Patrolman Hugh ( Pop ) A. Shannon's Death
Lionel Trains Showroom in New York City
Liseter Welsh Ponies Were Bred Here (and murderer had lived here)
Little Pete's - Todd Rundgren Likes to Eat Here [& Site of Early Gay Protest]
Log Cabin - Billie Holiday Sang Here
Log Cabin on Bishop Tract in Hatfield, PA, Needs Preserving
Lou Reed and John Cale had busked here.
Lou Reed sang about this place.
Lou Reed Waited for the Man Here
Lou's Deli - formerly Blue Hill Diner
Louis Armstrong played at this Philly Club.
Louis Armstrong played Click Club in Philly; Longest Bar
Louis Armstrong played here - Old Absinthe House
Louis Kahn designed house in Chestnut Hill section of Philadelphia.
Louis Kahn Masterpiece in Fort Washington, PA
Luca Orlandi and Oluchi Onweagba had lived here.
Lucy of Lucy's Bar
Luke Wilson at Foulkeways ( Tenure )
Lycee Francais de New York was here.
M. Fithian, Publisher, was here in the 1800s.
M. Night Shyamalan once lived in this TriBeCa penthouse
Mae, Kill Hannah, Lyle Riabko, and Easily Amused had band gear stolen here.
Magdalen Society: home to reform prostitutes, was here.
Magnolia House: hotel was in The Negro Motorist Green Book: 1940
Majka Clan, Bridesburg Section of Philly
Malcolm X lived here - East Elmhurst
Man Full of Trouble Tavern, built in 1759, Philadelphia
Man jumped out 19th story restaurant window.
Man of Kent Tavern in New York Times Magazine Article
Man Ray Lived Here
Man Ray was born here.
Mandela Mural In Philadelphia
Mansion Designed by Rafael Vinoly - Elton John Played Here
Many Famous Artists, Musicians, Lived and Partied Here
Marah sings about this bridge from Philadlephia, PA, to Gloucester City, NJ.
Marcel Duchamp Lived Here
Marilyn Monroe's Seven Year Itch Apartment
Mark Anthony & Jennifer Lopez lived here.
Mark Zuckerberg (Facebook) and Priscilla Chan Ate Here
Marriage proposal accepted at Billy goat statue.
Martha Lou's Kitchen for original slow food.
Martha Lou's, Charleston - World's Best Fried Chicken? (Hidden Eats)
Martin Luther King Jr. Spoke Here - SJU
Martin Luther King, Jr., Stayed Here in 1950
Martin Scorses was an altar boy here.
Martin Scorsese schooled here, St. Patrick's Old Cathedral School
Mary Tyler Moore Lived Here
Mary/Little Lamb author, who was also Thanksgiving founder, lived here.
Mashed Potato dance originated here.
Master Carver Jay Cherrix of Chincoteague Island
Maya Angelou lived here.
Mayor of New York, Bloomberg, likes to eat here.
McCallum Street Bridge, between Chestnut Hill (19118) & Mt. Airy (19119)
McDade Mall - The Lovely Bones
McDonald's Filet-O-Fish Sandwich Invented Here
McKeever's Tavern, North Wales, needs preservation.
Me and Mrs. Jones lyrics originated here, Boot's Stage Door.
Meaning of Rick's Place sign in Prospect Park, Brooklyn
Media tycoon Rupert Murdoch lives here.
Mehano Trains Headquartered Here?
Merrymead Farm, Montgomery County, PA
Method Man and U-God worked at Statue of Liberty
Metropolitan Opera House - Philadelphia
Mexico's - Duke Ellington's Favorite Jazz Speakasy - Was Here
Meyers Annex Toys and Hobbies was here.
Michael Jackson Performed Here (and many others!)
Michael Jackson, other celebs, had hair cut here.
Michael Landon Bronze Plaque Removed
Michael Smerconish's Ancestors Lived Here
Michelle Obama grew up here.
Microsoft Founder's Mansion
Milton Bean House in Perkasie, PA
Miss Kate Hasting's Bordello Was Here, circa 1855
Missile Tests at Island Beach State Park; Stealing Home Film Shot Here
Mobster Angelo Bruno ate his last meal here.
Mobster Angelo Bruno lived here.
Mobster Anthony Pollina lived here.
Mobster Scarfo worked here.
Monk's Cafe from Seinfeld
Monkee Davy Jones' Home and Horse Farm
Monopoly Pinball Machine by Stern
Montella's Sports Bar and Pub, a Milton B. Bean Building
Montgomery Mall on site of town square in colonial times.
Montgomery Square United Methodist Church (former site)
Montgomeryville Mart, 1954 to 1990
Moonstruck was filmed here.
Most Dangerous Intersection in America
Most Expensive Apartment in NYC History
Most Famous Tower Records Was Here
Most Haunted Home in America
Most Hot Wheels Collectible Cars Under One Roof?
Most Idyllic Place for RC Rock Crawling
Motel Room Where Lafayette Theater Shooter Stayed
Motel where Kurt Cobain would go to escape.
Motorcycle Accident Here: Forty-Foot Road
Motorcycle Fatality Here, New Year's Day, 2017
Motorcycle speed record set approx. here on an Ace, 1923.
Ms. Pac-Man at Bounce U
Mural of Julius Irving, Dr. J, on the wall of this property.
Mural on Fresh Prince Album
Music Store Has Been Here Since 1947 (Boyertown, PA)
Mysterious Woodbridge Figures Originated Here
Nabisco Plant Where Charles Bukowski Worked
Nabokov likely stayed here.
Nabokov stayed here, place appears in Lolita.
Nadelmans, famed folk art collectors, lived here.
Nancy Spungen's Grave; Sid Vicious's Too?
NASCAR Driver Jeff Gordon's Condo
Nathan Ackison was murdered here.
Nathan Muchnick's, a stereo store, was here.
National Watch & Clock Museum
Neighborhood in Pennsylvania modeled after Hollywood, CA.
Nettie's Food Market Was Here
Never-used subway station below this intersection?
New Apartment Tower Being Built on Top of Philly's Oldest African American Cemetery?
New York Library Site Was Once A Giant Storage Tank
New York's Mayor Bloomberg likes to eat here.
News Reel Laboratory was here.
Newt Gingrich's Boyhood Home
NFL Coach Andy Reid Lived Here
NFL Great Chuck Bednarik Lived Here.
NFL Headquarters Here, Early Sixties
NFL Headquarters Was Here
NFL Headquarters Was Here A Short Time
NFL Star Richard Sherman's High School
NFL's Shady McCoy Tip Controversy - 20 cent tip left
Nick's Custom Cycles on American Pickers TV Show
Nickels Hall was here in early 20th Century.
Night Club Owner Frank Palumbo Had Lived Here
Nike Missile Base - PH072 (rec center)
Nike Missile Base - PH072 (school district)
Nirvana, many others, played this small Philly bar.
No duty to dislose murder-suicide: PA Real Estate Law
Noam Chomsky had lived here.
Noam Chomsky had resided here.
Noam Chomsky lived here.
Noam Chomsky resided here.
Norman Mailer Wrote Here
Normandy Farms - guard building/wall by Milton B. Bean
Normandy Square Mart on Roosevelt Boulevard
Norristown Farm Park
North Brother Island, Bronx, NY
Northeast Regional Library (Phila.), Heroic Style Building
Nostalgic Collectibles, a Milton B. Bean Building
Novelist Vladimir Nabokov stayed here.
NY maisonette once a school for the deaf?
Oak Park, an Arts & Crafts Era Community Near Lansdale, PA
Octavius V. Catto lived in a home on this site.
Octavius V. Catto was assassinated here, 1871.
Officer Dolan murdered here - 1933
Officer James K. Armstrong was killed in the line of duty here.
Officer slain in 1933 had lived here.
Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin' was written about this property.
Old Academy Players - Grace Kelly, Robert Prosky, started here.
Old Covered Wagon Inn (Basie; Ellington; Nixon) to be replaced by a CVS?
Old Factory Has Clocktower and Weathervane
Old Haunted Nursing School at Temple/Episcopal in Philly
Old Jail Once Occupied Suit Corner
Old Philly Street Gang, Tenderlines, would meet here.
Old Time Hotel - the striped go-go bar, had been here; building had a long history.
Old tombstones in fireplace - not that uncommon.
Old West Miniature Village and Museum - Cody, WY
Old-Timey Irish-American Bar
Olde Time Clock Repairer
Oldest Barber Shop in USA
Oldest Black Church in U.S. started here.
Oldest Dutch Colonial House in New York City
Oldest Fishing Club in US Owns This Ocean City, NJ, Pier
Oldest Jewish Cemetery in the United States
Oldest Law Firm in the United States
Oldest public library in United States.
Oldest Still Active Black-Social Club in U.S.; B.B. King Played Here
Oldest Tree in Montgomery Township, PA
Omni's (musical night club) was here.
Once the World's Greatest Record Store - Third Street Jazz
Once-obscured African American Cemetery Is Here
One of David Bowie's Sigma Kids Owns This Tavern
Only Doubleheader in Pro Basketball History
Open Door Cafe was here.
Original Drafts and Copies of U.S. Constitution Stored Here
Original Latin Casino was here.
Original Location - Academy of Natural Sciences
Original Names for Sunset Lane, Bensalem, PA
Original Sony Walkman Was First Sold Here
Originally an eat-in-your-car McDonald's
Oscar Hammerstein II Lived Here
Otis Redding, James Brown, played at this club - Philly
Ott Camera building designed to look like ... a camera.
Our Lady of Loreto - Church with Cross Like a Radar Antenna
Oyster House offers classic fried oysters with chicken salad.
P.T. Barnum exhibited 161-year-old slave here.
P.T. Barnum Museum
Paccard Bells, Willet Windows, in Reborn Church
Painter Thomas Eakins was born here.
Painter/Composer Samuel Felsted's Parents Were Married Here (1741)
Palette hotel, a love hotel, was here.
Pan Am Flight 214 Crashed Here on Dec. 8, 1963
Park Memorializes Kurt Cobain Near His Childhood Home
Parker the Flower Shop Dog's Flower Shop
Pastor of Philly Church Was Nazi Saboteur
Patient died waiting in ER here, then had watch snatched.
Patrick Bolton, in Dick Allen Controversy, Lived Here
Patsy Cline had lived here.
Patterson Farm, Bucks County, Center of Controversy
Patti Smith and Fred Sonic Smith had lived here.
Patti Smith and Robert Mapplethorpe had lived here.
Patti Smith and Robert Mapplethorpe roamed the aisles here.
Patti Smith bought art supplies here.
Patti Smith had worked at Argosy Book Store
Patti Smith's Paris Flat in 1969
Paul McCartney has a home here.
Paul Revere & the Raiders first wore costumes here.
Paul Simon grew up here.
Pavarotti lived here.
Pearl Bailey was a waitress at a jazz club here (has mural).
Pearl S. Buck's Home on Delancey Place
Pee-wee Herman's favorite Walgreens.
Pen Ryn Estate
Pennsylvania Institution for the Deaf and Dumb
Pennsylvania's only ski jump was here.
Pennypack Creek Bridge - Oldest Stone Arch Bridge in U.S.
Penthouse Apartment of Alec Baldwin
Pep Boys statues wore Inquirer strikers signs in prank here.
Perkasie Park in Colonial Times, Victorian Era
Perkasie Tunnel - once world's longest railroad tunnel
Pervez Musharraf liked this Suburban Philly restaurant.
Pervez Musharraf stayed here, on Philly's Main Line.
Pet store in Rocky was here.
Pete Seeger performed at University City High School, Philly
PFCU Building - A Modernist Gem
PFF (Peter F*g Frampton) Stencil Art (Graffiti) Was Here
Pharmacy here in the 1930s, Bridesburg section of Philly.
Phil Spector in Philadelphia
Philadelphia 76er great Allen Iverson had lived here.
Philadelphia Eagles get their stadium sod here.
Philadelphia Flyers Owner Ed Snider's New York Apartment
Philadelphia Rain by Steve Forbert is about this club.
Philadelphia's First Free Lending Library Was Here
Philadelphia's First Skyscraper
Philadelphia's last wooden street.
Philles Records Pressed Here
Phillies' Great Johnny Callison Was A Bartender Here
Phillies' Pitcher Cliff Lee Lives Here
Philly Home of Dick Clark's American Bandstand
Philly Mayor Jim Kenney grew up here.
Philly Taco starts here - first half.
Philly Taco starts here - second half.
Philly Train Station in Stealing Home Movie
Philly's Chinatown Started Here Circa 1870
Philly's First Steel-framed Structure
Philly's LOVE statue to be refurbished here.
Philly's Squirrels Originated Here
Photo of Mr. Good Deals Tools, Phila., in NY Times Magazine
Photographer Annie Leibovitz had lived here.
Photographer Duane Michals lives here.
Photographer Richard Avedon lived here.
Photographer Robert Frank had lived here.
Photographer Robert Frank lived here.
Photographer Stephen Shore grew up here.
Pinball Arcade in a Limerick, PA, Tavern
Pinball Arcade in Downingtown, PA
Pinball at Arcade at QMart
Pine Forge Mansion - a stop on the Underground Railroad
Pine Valley Covered Bridge
Piper Hill Ski Area was once here.
Pit-Catcher Lanes was here.
Platters Ltd. Record Store Was Here (Dead Boys Appeared)
PNB Bell Rings Out Over Center City Philadelphia
Po' Monkey's - An Authentic Blues Juke Joint
Police (as in Sting's band) played in front of 3 people here.
Police Badge Company Is 106 Years Old and Counting
Police Concert at Liberty Bell Racetrack
Police Concert at Liberty Bell Racetrack
Police HQ Designed by Architect James G. Winkler
Police Riot at Early Springsteen Show Here
Polish Opera Singer Opening Restaurant in South Jersey
Pop Singer Billy Harner Founded This Barber Shop ( Sally Sayin' Somethin' )
Pop Star Madonna Had Lived Here
Port Richmond Books building was once a silent movie theater.
Postcards of Bridesburg Originated Here - Sliker Studio
Poth's Beer was made here.
Pres. Bush 41 gets his lobster rolls here - Clam Shack
Pres. Obama and Michelle Obama had their first date here.
Presbyterian Church Becomes a Ukrainian Catholic Church
President Buchanan slept here.
President Bush 41 Eats Here
President Garfield was shot here -site of National Gallery of Art
President Obama frequents this West Mount Airy home.
President Obama had an office in this Catholic church in Chicago.
President Obama likes to eat here.
President Obama's Beach in Hawaii
Prime Example of Colonial Revival Style in Dade County
Prime Example of Mission Architecture in Dade County
Prime Example of Wood Frame Vernacular Bungalow
Primo Hoagies' Original Location
Princess Grace at Tavern in Chestnut Hill
Prohibition Era Speakeasy Near Rittenhouse Square
PSFS Sign needs preservation.
Pub that started Martin Luther King Jr.'s Civil Rights Crusade
Pub Tiki was here.
Pulaski Hotel was here in Wildwood, NJ
Pulitzer Prize Winner for Music grew up here. (A. J. Kernis)
Pushnik's Diner & Motel was here.
Pvt. Franklin Hill, Civil War soldier, lived here.
PYT- Tony Danza eats here.
Pyza - famous for white borscht
QB Joe Flacco's High School
Quaker City Dye Works Was Here
Quarry on Knights Road, Philadelphia, PA
Quarterback Manning family likes to eat here.
Quarterback Manning family played in this park.
Queen Anne Victorian, Designed by Milton B. Bean, North Wales, PA
Questlove designed milk shake at PYT
Quick Shop (a little food market)
R/C Car Races in Upper Black Eddy
Race car buried since 1930s in backyard of home?
Race Place - the best $2-3 to spend on kids!
Racial Divide at 1948 Democratic Convention
Radio Realtor Jennifer Hammond Grew Up Here
Radio Station was at Wanamaker's. News of the Titanic.
Ramones Debut Album Recorded Here
Ramones' Rock 'n' Roll High School Filmed Here
Ramsay's Oyster House was here (1940s)
Rapper Beanie Sigel Had Lived Here
Rare butterfly and orchid in Blue Bell park.
Ray's Happy Birthday Bar turns 75. Low Cut Connie Video Shot Here.
Real Life God's Pocket Incident Was Here, in The Devil's Pocket
Rebel Rebel Records was here. Rock legends visited.
Reclusive artist Leo J. Bates lived here.
Record Company for the Delfonics was here.
Record Store Here (1950s?) - Mayfair Radio Service
Red Coach Grill was here.
Red Lion Inn, Bensalem, PA
Red Sox manager Joe Kerrigan lived here.
Red's Lounge - An Authentic Blues Juke Joint
Redbone, Santana, at Echelon Mall (Voorhees Town Center)
Regina Spektor attended school here. (& Ralph Lauren, Chaim Potok)
Rendez-Vous Room - Philadelphia
Resident mistakenly shot by NJ State Police here.
Restoration Hardware's building has a history.
Rev. James Brzyski, infamous priest, died here.
Revello's Pizza: Hillary yes, Ozzy sort of, best porketta sandwich.
Revolutionary War-era British Officer Lived in this Bensalem House
Ribbon Cutting by Marlene Dietrich
Richard J. Graven, Jeweler, was here.
Richie Allen owned a store here, Richie Allen's Dugout.
Roadside Convenience Store in a Cave
Robert Morris Skaler, Philly historian / forensic-architect / postcard collector, grew up here.
Rock Around the Clock co-writer lived here.
Rock legend Charlie Gracie recorded here: Reco-Art Sound Recording Co.
Rocker Johnny Thunders Died Here
Rocker Kurt Vile Once Worked Here
Rocky Balboa's Run on 9th Street, Philadelphia
Rocky II (movie) home for sale.
Rocky's Home in Rocky I
Rodeo Ben store was here.
Ron Darling Eats Here, Joe DiMaggio Was A Regular. Sopranos Filmed Here.
Ron Gallo song inspired by this corner.
Roots' Members Used to Perform on Street Here
Rose Bowl Lanes were here.
Rosedale Diner, from Hall & Oates Abandoned Luncheonette Cover, Was Here
Rosicrucian, Order of the Rose, HQ Here in Quakertown, PA
Rosie O'Donnell lived here.
Round bank built in 1968 - South Philly
Round Macy's with Notch in It in New York
Round Valley Reservoir - the New Jersey Triangle ?
Royal Wild West Circus performed here.
Rudy's - Hobby Shop in Astoria, Queens, since 1939.
Rue-Maud Post Office - Curran's Irish Inn
Ruxton automobile company's HQ was here.
S. Kind & Co. Jewelers was here for many years.
S. Kind & Co. Jewelers was here in late 1800s.
S.S. Morro Castle Disaster (& 1st One-Way St.?) (& Jim Morrison)
Salerno's Cafe - Best Old Forge Style Pizza?
Sales Site for O-dome Homes
Sanford Harling, 12, died during heroic act here.
Santana played here, Cherry Hill, NJ
Santore Library, a nice couch of modern meets classical architecture.
Sarah Jessica Parker/Matthew Broderick Home Was Here.
Sarah Stolfa's The Regulars Photo Series Shot Here
Satellite District, Luce, had band gear stolen here.
Saturday Night Live had after-party here.
School of Mary Anna Longstreth was here.
Schulmerich Carillons Here, For Now
Scott & Grauer, World's Largest Beer Distributorship, Was Here
Scottish Isle Famous for Granite for Curling Stones
Screenwriter Michael Goldberg Grew Up Here
Sculptural Passageway of Rohm & Haas Headquarters
Sears Mail-Order Home
Sears on Admiral Wilson Blvd. to be razed.
Second Drive-in Theater and Still Open -- Shankweiler's
Second Fret Coffeehouse was here - Philly
Second Oldest Tree, Montgomery Township, PA
Secret spaces inside Ben Franklin Bridge
Seminal Blues Genius Geeshie Wiley Lived Here
Seminal Blues Genius L.V. Thomas Lived Here
Seminal Blues Genius L.V. Thomas Was Born Here
Seminal Blues Genius L.V. Thomas Was Buried Here
Sen. John McCain's first wife's car accident was here.
Sen. Schweiker Worshiped Here
Shane Candies and Robert Aitken Print Shop
Shangri-La nightclub was here.
Sharona from My Sharona pop hit owns this real estate agency.
Shirley W. Liebowitz lived here.
Shrey's Diner was here in the 1970s. Sun Oil station in 1920s.
Sigma Sound (Bowie recorded; Springsteen visited him.)
Silk Factory Apartments in Lansdale were once a ... silk factory.
Sines, a real 5 & 10, in Quakertown, PA
Singer Margaret Whiting grew up here.
Singer Margaret Whiting had grown up here.
Singer Sam Cooke visited this Mt. Airy, Philly, home.
Site of 1887 Murder - Hannah Mary Tabbs Story
Site of Adam Scheidt Brewing Company
Site of an Abraham Lincoln Speech in Philadelphia; Kahn/Stonorov building.
Site of an early show by The Police - Grendel's Lair
Site of Andy Warhol's Original The Factory
Site of Fatal Auto Crash of Dr. Albert C. Barnes
Site of fatal shooting of Tupac Shakur.
Site of First Eric Movie Theater
Site of Francis Perot's Sons Brewery & Malt House
Site of Funk Star Rick James' Funeral Service
Site of German Summer Theater
Site of LeSean McCoy Bar Brawl
Site of Samuel Weiser Bookstore (Patti Smith)
Site of Sarandrea's Farm - Cornwells Elementary School
Site of Stan's Market
Site of Teddy Pendergrass Auto Accident
Ski Area in Conshohocken?
Slavery marker removed by county in Haddon Heights, NJ
Slaves Sold Here, Center City, Philadelphia
Slow-Mo song mentions this corner.
Snow White Luncheonette Was Here
Society Hill house rented out for $1 a month?
Solomon Burke's Grade School
Songwriter Laura Nyro lived here.
Sonic Youth Members Lived Here
Sonic Youth Members Worked Here (Todd's Copy); Killer Fanzine; Dan Graham; Weiner; Basquiat
Sonny & Cher performed at Sans Souci Park
Sound of Music Family Lived Here, 1939 to 1943
South Jersey Church An Underground Railroad Stop
South Philly's Engine 46 Firehouse to be Demolished?
South Street appears in Orlons' and Dovells' songs.
Speedway Motors was here.
Spirit of Enterprise - Most Unusal Public Sculpture in Philly?
SpOt - the best cheesesteaks in Philly?
SPOT: Best Hamburger (Food Truck) in Philadelphia?
Springsteen at Uncle Al's Erlton Theatre Lounge, Cherry Hill, Twice
Springsteen bought clothing here.
Springsteen bought his Fender guitar here.
Springsteen buys records at this shop.
Springsteen celebrated his 40th birthday here.
Springsteen courted wife Patti at this diner.
Springsteen guest of Jersey Shore band here, 1982.
Springsteen likes the pizza here.
Springsteen Likes This Place - Sonny's in Asbury Park
Springsteen Photographed in this Ice Cream Shop - 1978
Springsteen played at Satellite Lounge, Cookstown, NJ, despite new drummer and gas crisis.
Springsteen played college arena 3X, once opening for Stevie Wonder.
Springsteen played Sing Sing, 1972
Springsteen played Ursinus College, 1975.
Springsteen saw his first rock concert here.
Springsteen song about this Whole Foods store?
Springsteen threw Born to Run acetate into motel pool here.
Springsteen use turntable here to play Born to Run acetate? [Maybe not.]
Springsteen use turntable here to play Born to Run acetate? [Quite possibly.]
Springsteen's dad worked at factory here.
Springsteen's grandfather had law office here.
Springsteen's Local Hero song inspired at this site.
Springsteen's Seaside Bar Song Inspired Here
Springsteen's Steel Mill Named Here; Bruce & John Landau Here
Springsteen, etc., ate at Fred's at Barneys
Springsteen, Joel & Manilow met here, 11/25/74
St. Bridget's - Catholic Church of Grace Kelly and Connie Mack
St. Charles Hotel
St. John Paul II visited here - Port Richmond, Philadelphia.
St. Mary Manor, Lansdale, PA
St. Michael's: Know-Nothing Riots Were Here
Stained Glass Window in Rear of CVS, Philly
Stanley Blacker Factory Was Here
Starlite Ballroom was here (Kensington, Philly)
Stars - Second and Bainbridge, had some top acts appear.
State Theater was here - West Philly
Stealing Home movie was shot at this home.
Steeple over 200 years old - Burlington, NJ
Steve Garvey the Buzzcocks' bassist has a recording studio here.
Steven Shore Photographed American National Bank Building
Steven Shore Photographed Doug's Bar-B-Q
Stevie Wonder played here.
Stiffel Senior Center in South Philly certified as historically important. Eddie Fisher started here.
Stillwater Lake - Ice Harvesting
Sting album named after this intersection.
Sting, Denzel Washington, other famous people, live here.
Stockburger's Farm where Paul Strand photographed???
Stone Tavern, Eddington section of Bensalem, PA 1800s
Stones' Satisfaction Riff, Lyrics, Created Here
Store that specializes in buttons.
Streamline Moderne Style - Bernicker Motors Building
Street Curves Because of Kids' Prank
Strung Out (band) had gear stolen here.
Studio (Bordello) was here.
Studio 4 (of Ruffhouse Records fame) is/was here.
Studio Four, Ruffhouse Records, had been here.
Super Bowl XLIX Hero Malcolm Butler Worked Here
Supermarket Used to be a Bowling Alley (West Philly)
Supreme Court case outlawing mandatory Bible readings in public schools originated here.
Swan Records was here.
Swell Bubble Gum factory was here.
Synagogue Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright
System of a Down had gear stolen here.
Tahiti Bar, subject of strip club court case, was here.
Talkeetna Roadhouse (AK) - on Man vs. Food
Tallest Building in the Colonies, 1754-1810: Christ Church
Taps, with George C. Scott and Sean Penn, was filmed here.
Tasty Baking Company had its warehouse here.
Taylor Swift owns penthouse here.
Taylor Swift was made of honor; wedding reception was here.
Taylor Swift was maid of honor in wedding ceremony here.
Taylor Swift's great-great-grandfather lived here.
Taylor Swift's townhouse was here.
Taylor Swift's Townhouse. Strauss-Kahn under house arrest here.
Teddy's Juke Joint - An Authentic Blues Juke Joint
Teenager died from falling off roof here.
Tennis Great Bill Tilden's Home Court
Terminator Pinball Machine
Terrence Howard Eats Here (Fairmount Park)
Terrence Howard's Home
Tesla Motor's Founder Loves the Sticky Buns Here
Texas Tommy sandwich originated here, in cup-shaped building.
TGI Fridays Where Allen Iverson Played Monopoly
The 2nd of Autumn (Philly) rock club was here. (Velvets performed here.)
The A.C. Godshall Mill was here.
The Ball House , PoMo Example, Is Here (Michael Graves Design)
The Battle of Barren Hill
The Big Store, early sports apparel purveyor, was here.
The Bijou and The Showboat - Legendary Night Clubs in Philly
The blue cap from the Boy in the Box crime mystery was made here.
The Both shot Milwaukee video here.
The box of the Boy in the Box came from here.
The Carlyle Hotel - Known for Discretion
The Clash at the Walnut Street Theater; also, Lincoln Assassin's Bros.
The Clash stayed here in 1979!
The Cramps' New York Apartment in the 70s
The Favorite Shoe Store, Part of Jewish Experience
The First Automat
The Home of Sun Ra and His Arkestra
The Hot Club, Philadelphia, World's Greatest Music Venue
The Hotel of Stephen King's The Shining
The House of the Rising Sun
The Last Authentic Kielbasa in the South Slope
The late David Bowie had lived here.
The late Kurt Cobain lived here with his wife, Courtney Love
The late Kurt Cobain of Nirvana had lived here.
The Lazaretto - Philadelphia's Ellis Island [& Slave Ships from Guinea Forced to Land Here]
The Main Point was here (early Springsteen).
The Mary Tyler Moore House
The Monkey's Paw Bookstore, Home of the Biblio-Mat
The most junk / junque per square inch anywhere?
The Murder of Dr. Chapman
The Nest - A Jazz Speakeasy - Was Here
The notorious Ed Uncle Eddie Savitz lived in this building.
The Obamas had their wedding reception here.
The original Electric Factory was here.
The Place to Take the Kids Fishing - Moyers Lake
The Police, Ramones, in Browns Mills, NJ
The Porch at 30th Street Station, a Pop-Up Park
The Prescription House was here - Elvis Presley's Pharmacy
The Quarantine was here.
The Ramones Loved the Pizza Here - Totonno's (Also, Bush 41 & 43, the Shangri-Las)
The real American Gothic house.
The Red Doors of this Apartment House Were in The Sixth Sense
The Roundhouse - Philadelphia, PA - A Brutalist Building
The Royal Theater on South Street, Philadelphia
The Straw Hat Bandit robbed this bank.
The Suburban Building
The Town House in Breakfast at Tiffany's
The Trauma - Philadelphia Rock Club in the 60s
The Troc - Olde Time Burlesque House - Now Rock
The Velvet Underground Lived Here
The West End - Popular with the Beat Generation
Theater appears in The Deuce first season, last episode.
Theater Decorated with Conkling-Armstrong Terra-Cotta
There was a Saturday Night Live cast after-party here.
There's a Small Hotel was written about this inn.
They Still Have Live-Pigeon Shoots Here
This charcuterie, famous for its ham sammy, was once an auto chop shop.
This hip diner is at heart a 1963 Fodero.
This is THE chocolate factory, Blommer's. (300M lbs a yr)
This was a hardware store in the fifties.
Tillie Fripp's - Fats Waller Was House Pianist
Tippin Inn (on the chitterlin' circuit)
Todd Rundgren's Nazz Practiced Here
Toll House on Bristol Pike
Tombstone Beach - in Bridesburg section of Philly
Tombstone mystery here - solved.
Tony and Pete's Hoagie Hut was here
Tony Danza has a place here.
Towne Pharmacy, Levittown, PA
Toymaker Albert Schoenhut lived here.
Toymaker Albert Schoenhut worked here.
TR3 Club was here; New Order, Lounge Lizards, Madness, played. Basquiat mural.
Traffic & Spot Lights Once on Philly City Hall
Train Station looks like a train engine.
Train Station Resembles a Train Engine
Trains & Lanes in Easton, Pa, is a cool hobby shop.
Trenton Teen Radazz Hearns Shot by Police Here
Trolley Factory was here, in West Philadelphia
Troop 399 / Pack 399 Cabin, North Wales, PA
Trouble with Angels was filmed here.
Trough under the bar, U.S. Hotel Bar & Grill, Manayunk
Truck with 30,000 Pounds of Bananas (Harry Chapin Song) Crashed Here
Truly Warner, the largest hat store in the world, was here.
Truman Capote's Apartment in Brooklyn Heights
Tube Bar, akin to Moe's Bar on The Simpsons, was here.
Turbo Lofts in Lansdale (rich history)
Two Gallants had band gear stolen here.
TYCO HO Lighted Building - Church No. 941
U.S.A.'s Largest Brewery in late 1800s
UFO Landing in Kecksburg, PA (Pennsylvania's Roswell)
Underground Railroad Stop, Ft. Washington, PA
Underground tunnels at Neshaminy State Park? [Underground Railroad - Black Alice?, See Comments]
Unicorn Killer Ira Einhorn's Apartment
Upstage, a Bruce Springsteen Haunt
Vacant modernist building won medal in 1954 for design.
Valley Forge Beer was here.
Valley Forge National Historic Park
Vandegrift Cemetery - Cornwells Heights
Vanna Venturi House, Robert Venturi's First Commission
Vestie Davis painted this scene.
Victor Record Shop was here.
Victory Pig - Best Scranton Style Pizza?
Villa Joseph Marie, a stop on the Underground Railroad?
Vintage Motorcycle Shop Has Helicopter Hanging From Ceiling
Violin Maker Shop of Angelo P. Vitalia Was Here
Virgin Mary vision reported in West Philly at this site.
Von Brothers Circus performed here.
W.C. Fields lived here circa 1882.
W.C. Fields lived here in the 1880s.
W.C. Fields lived here.
W.S. Reynolds lived/worked here?
Wade's - Salvage Yard Provides Movie Props
Wally's Cafe, famous for snapper soup, was here.
Ward's Folly - 1960's Clothing Store
Warhol, EPI, Velvets appeared here.
Was Alice Cooper Here (Livengrin)?
Was First Urban Outfitters Here?
Was Jimmy Hoffa hit ordered here?
Was Rick's the best pancake house?
Was there a bar at 50 Bowery where George Washington drank?
Washington Square Park is on a burial ground; haunted? David Bowie walk.
Washington's Headquarters in August 1777
Wave-wall building by Victor Gruen
Weber's Candy Store (for 123 years)
Wedding on tall bridge ruin - Kinzua Railroad
Weegee's U.S. Hotel photo taken at this location.
Weinrich Bakery was here in the 60s.
Well-known boxing judge lived here.
Were there slave auctions at this Camden, NJ, park?
West Philly Warehouse Vacant for Over 50 Years to Become Apartments
WEST POINT PARK, West Point, PA
Weston State Hospital is supposedly haunted.
WH Counsel Kellyanne Conway Has Home Here
What was oldest black-owned business in Philly was here.
When Harry Met Sally Christmas tree shop is here.
Where B.B. King named Lucille, his guitar.
Where Bob Marley Worked as a Janitor
Where Bob Marley Worked Operating a Forklift
Where Bush 41 Buys Produce - Pattens Berry Farm
Where Cheez Whiz Was First Applied to a Cheesesteak?
Where Christina Perri Was A Waitress
Where Daryl Hall & John Oates Met
Where Dee Dee Ramone Died
Where Dondi's Artist Eats Dinner
Where Dondi's Artist Has Breakfast
Where Folk Artist Jack Savitsky Lived
Where Gwiazda Was Published
Where Henry Chapman Mercer was born.
Where Janis Joplin Died
Where Joey Ramone Died
Where Larry Flynt Eats - Beverly Hills, CA
Where Mayor Frank Rizzo Grew Up
Where Michael Smerconish Grew Up
Where Northeast High, the classic documentary, was filmed
Where Punk Rock's Godfathers Encountered Punks
Where Rafael Vinoly Has Sunday Lunch
Where Rockabilly Legend Johnny Burnette Died
Where Sex Pistols Had Lived
Where Springsteen got off the bus on his way to meet Bowie.
Where Television Was Developed
Where the Music Died - Buddy Holly Crash Site
Where the Yankees Get Their Stadium Sod
Where Warhol First Saw the Velvet Underground Perform
White Cemetery, Barrington, Ill., Very Haunted?
White Stripes, John Legend, Played Here
White's Liner Diner was here.
Who is buried in Grant's Tomb? Surprising answer!
Why does Lucy the Elephant building have blue eyes?
Why the Constitution Center's Address Is 525
WIBG 99 (990 AM), WIBBAGE, broadcasted from here.
WIBG aka WIBBAGE broadcasted from here.
Wienermobile was repaired by this shop.
Wilbur Chocolate Factory
Wilbur Chocolate Factory was here, too.
Wilbur Chocolate Factory was here.
Wild Bill Guarnere Lived Here
Wild Game Hamburgers - Half Moon in Kennett Square
Wild Turkey Living in Battery Park
William Penn Inn, part of the Underground Railroad
Willie Puddin' Head Jones sold Christmas trees here.
Winner of Christmas 1961 Home Decorating Contest
Witchwood Farms Restaurant was here.
Witmer's - Best Place for an Amish Quilt
WNAR - great low-power radio, Lansdale, PA
Woodside Lodge - Haunted?
Woodside Lodge at Spring Mountain
Woolworth Building's Centennial in April 2013
Woolworth's was here, great place to buy records.
World War II Plaque on Side of Building - East Village, NYC
World's Best French Toast? -Sabrina's
World's Best Grouper Sandwiches - Everglades City, FL
World's Best Halloween Pumpkin Carvings - Lansdale, PA
World's Best Hi-Fi Sounds in an Old Housemill?
World's Best Hoagie?
World's Best Lobster Shack - Soft Shell Lobsters
World's Best Pecan Pie (and Iggy Pop Played Here)
World's best scrapple? (Harleysville, PA)
World's Best Shoofly Cake
World's best sticky buns - Fritz's, Lower Bucks County, PA
World's Best Tasting Tomato (or close to it)?
World's Greatest Hush Puppies!
World's Largest Printing Co. Was Once Here
Worst Airship Accident - Not Hindenburg - But Akron
Worthy Records was here.
WPA Studio was here, Philadelphia
Wright House in Phoenix in Danger
Writer David Quammen grew up here; Underground Railroad ran on same street.
Writer on Nabokov ate here, on street with name appearing in Lolita.
Wynne Ballroom (Phila.) needs preservation.
Yankee Shortstop Derek Jeter Lived Here
YWCA was here in 1892.
Zane's Bakery was here, Lansdale, PA
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