The world headquarters WatchTower Bible and Tract Society building in Brooklyn.
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I'm often offered the Watertower; usually, I politely decline...
ROG, ABC Wednesday team
Interesting post for the W Day! Hope your week is going well! Wishing you a very Merry Christmas!! Enjoy!
Hmm, pretty good building for a free tract. I'd never given a thought to where there headquarters was or what it looked like.
Interesting. Had no idea they were still in business. Nice shot, to be sure.
Somehow, it looks like a set of paperboxes made into buildings (I think it's the light that creates that effect). I often see people offering the Watchtower at my subway station.
I used to see that sign a lot when I took the train to Brooklyn - wonderful photo.
Here I was looking for a watchtower by a railway - not a bible tract!
Wishing you a very Merry Christmas!
Wow. So that's where they come from! I'm often offered that magazine too, and like Roger, I always decline politely. Makes a good ABC post though!
i haven't been reminded of that publication in years! great shot
WOW! They must have a ton of money to be located there!
I will admit, I just liked the sign and I wasn't even thinking of the publication when I first saw it!
EG: I understand they have moved their headquarters out of Brooklyn, but amnot sure if this building is still in use.
Anybody from NYC know?
Beautiful shot! I was thinking of old Watchtowers along the coast in Europe.
I didn't realize they were that big and important.
Pretty complicated towers!!
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