New York State:

Albany is the capital of the U.S. state of New York. Albany is located on the west bank of the Hudson River approximately 220 km north of New York City. The area was settled by Dutch colonists in 1614. In 1664, the English took over the Dutch settlements, renaming the settlement as Albany. Albany was incorporated as a city in 1686. It became the capital of New York in 1797.

We visited Albany the first time on September 20, 2015 on our way to see friends in New York City.
On the way back we stopped in Albany just to take
a tour of NY State Capitol.

All photos of lanterns found in Albany were taken on September 20, 2015. For the Capitol lanterns see NY State Capitol page.

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10 Lodge St; St. Mary's Church, 1870.
Wall Mount Light above the Main Entrance.

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16 Eagle St; Supreme Court, 1914.
1/2. Main Entrance Stairs, Parapet Torchiere.
2/2. Parapet Torchiere.
Columbia St and Lodge St Entrances.

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Lafayette Park, Washington Avenue.
Light Post at Vietnam War Memorial.

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89 Washington Avenue.
NY State Education Department, 1912.
1/4. Main Entrance Stairs, Sculpture Lamppost.
View from the stairs.
2/4. Main Entrance Stairs, Sculpture Lamppost.
View from the building.
3/4. Wall Mount Light at the Main Entrance.
4/4. Wall Mount Light, Hawk St Entrance.

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110 Washington Ave; Fort Orange Club, 1880.
Torchiere at the Main Entrance.

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80 S Swan Street.
Alfred Smith State Office Building, 1928.
1/2. Main Entrance Arch Pendant.
2/2. Garage Entrance from Washington Ave,
Pillar Lantern.

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39 Columbia St; Office/Residential Building, 1880.
Torchiere at the Entrance.

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262 State Street;
Westminster Presbyterian Church, 1883.
1/2. Wall Mount Pendant above the Main Entrance .
2/2. Wall Mount Light above the side Entrance.

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Light Post throughout the West Capitol Park.