Below are some events to improve your internal GIS knowledge and navigation in NYC!
Jack Eichenbaum’s Walking Tour Schedule: Winter 2019
Keeping Off Midtown Streets
In the “post-modernist era”, NYC planning principles encouraged innovative new public spaces to be maintained by private entities (POP’s). These new spaces typically offer shelter and shortcuts and add to the connections already provided by transit, stores, and hotels. These walks, particularly when offered in cold weather months, beat winter by connecting public atriums, passageways, building lobbies, and walkways that reveal a more intimate side of Midtown.
West Side: Time Warner to Times Square
Tuesday, February 19 11:30 AM- 1:30 PM
This walk is given in conjunction with a familiarization tour for the Guides Association of NYC (GANYC.) A limited number of non-GANYC members can be accommodated for a fee of $20, collected at the start of the tour. Meets in the Rubinstein Atrium, Broadway between 62-63 Sts.. Register for this tour with email@example.com.
East Side: Grand Central Terminal to Bloomingdales
Saturday, March 2 11:00 AM- 1:00PM
Open to the public for a fee of $20 collected at the start of the tour. Meets in front of the NY Transit Museum bookstore at the west side of Grand Central Terminal. Register for this tour with firstname.lastname@example.org.
THE NEW WORLD OF THE NUMBER 7 TRAIN
Saturday, April 27 10:00AM-5:30PM (The Mets are playing at home so the #7 is safe for the weekend.)
Since 1999, when the Metrocard matured, I have led a tour called The World of the Number 7 Train. This series of six walks and connecting rides along North Queens’ transportation corridor became my signature tour, focusing on what the #7 train did to and for surrounding neighborhoods since it began service in 1914. So much has changed since the tour began. In the NEW World of the Number 7 Train, walks take place in the Hudson Yards, the Long Island City shoreline, Flushing West, the Iron Triangle, North Corona, and Woodside-Jackson Heights. The routes are all different from the original tour. SO COME AGAIN! Lunch is still in Flushing’s Asian food mecca. Tour fee is $49 and you need to register by check to Jack Eichenbaum, 36-20 Bowne St. #6C, Flushing, NY 11354 (include name(s) and email address. Or pay with PayPal https://geognyc.com/payments/