Fulton Fish Market (New York, N.Y.)

fish market

New York; NY; USA ENCYCLOPEDIA OF NEW YORK CITY, Jackson, 1995, pg. 444: "Wholesale fish market on the shore of the East River two blocks south of the Brooklyn Bridge. It originally consisted of a number of stalls in a corner of the Fulton Market (1822) that were used until fish dealers moved across South Street to a shed along the river in 1831; a permanent bulding was erected in 1869." Cast iron Ferry Terminal built 1863.


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