19th Century Urbanism in 2008
Released: Dec. 11, 2008
James Howard Kunstler joins host Duncan Crary for the Victorian Stroll in downtown Troy, NY. During this annual event, the city evicts the automobile from the streets and 21st century people discover how pleasurable it is to explore this 19th century urban fabric on foot. Kunstler believes events like this are rehearsal for the times ahead when Americans will be forced to re-inhabit their small cities and classic main-street towns.
( 37 MB | 42 mins.)
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Start: 38 2nd St. Troy NY 12180
>>Head left (north)
>>Turn Right (northeast) onto River St.
>>Turn Right (south) onto 3rd St.
>>Continue (south) to State St.
>>Turn Right (west) on State St.
Points of interest from the show:
Market Block Books (corner of River Street and 3rd St.)
Frear’s Cash Bazaar/Uncle Sam Atrium (3rd St. across the street from Market Block Books)
Church with Louis Comfort Tiffany interior (3rd St. & State St)
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