I have always liked these little carriage houses which still remain as part of the cityscape in New York City. They were built to house horses and carriages, but most of them are now converted to other uses. This one, located in Chelsea, caught my eye because you can still see the faded hand painted advertisements located between the second story windows.
The sign on the left: To Let – Carriages – Coupes – Hansoms
The bottom line says “109” which is the building’s address
The sign to the right: Victoria’s Light Wagons – Horses Taken In – Board By The Month