⁴ᴷ Walking Tour of NYC, Manhattan – 42nd Street from the Hudson River to the East River



Enjoy this walking tour where I walk 42nd street in its entirety from the Hudson River (West Side) to the East River (East Side). On the route I pass several places of interest, including the Port Authority Bus Terminal, Times Square, Bryant Park, 5th Avenue, Grand Central Terminal, The Chrysler Building, Tudor City, and the United Nations.

Filmed December 26, 2017

Timestamps
1:22 – 12th Avenue
5:10 – 11th Avenue
9:36 – 10th Avenue
14:00 – 9th Avenue
16:45 – Port Authority Bus Terminal
18:02 – 8th Avenue
22:40 – 7th Avenue (Heart of Times Square)
24:51 – Broadway (Heart of Times Square)
28:28 – 6th Avenue (Avenue of the Americas) & Bryant Park
32:45 – 5th Avenue
34:56 – Madison Avenue
36:28 – Park Avenue & Grand Central Terminal
39:02 – Lexington Avenue & The Chrysler Building
41:30 – 3rd Avenue
45:10 – 2nd Avenue
47:15 – Tudor City Stairway Entrance
48:24 – Tudor City Overpass overlooking 42nd Street
52:05 – 1st Avenue & The United Nations
54:36 – Overlooking the First Avenue Tunnel
56:20 – East River & FDR Drive

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35 comments

  1. For those on mobile:

    Timestamps
    1:22 – 12th Avenue
    5:10 – 11th Avenue
    9:36 – 10th Avenue
    14:00 – 9th Avenue
    16:45 – Port Authority Bus Terminal
    18:02 – 8th Avenue
    22:40 – 7th Avenue (Heart of Times Square)
    24:51 – Broadway (Heart of Times Square)
    28:28 – 6th Avenue (Avenue of the Americas) & Bryant Park
    32:45 – 5th Avenue
    34:56 – Madison Avenue
    36:28 – Park Avenue & Grand Central Terminal
    39:02 – Lexington Avenue & The Chrysler Building
    41:30 – 3rd Avenue
    45:10 – 2nd Avenue
    47:15 – Tudor City Stairway Entrance
    48:24 – Tudor City Overpass overlooking 42nd Street
    52:05 – 1st Avenue & The United Nations
    54:36 – Overlooking the First Avenue Tunnel
    56:20 – East River & FDR Drive

  2. NY city is most modern city in the world. I like viewing the street views and traffic. I think titles in small letters should be put below the videos for guidance of the viewers. No doubt NY is guide to the cities around the world. Thank u for the video.

  3. Too bad I dont have one of these cameras as during the fall and winter months I tend to walk for 12 hours around Chicago on Saturdays and sometimes Sundays minus a quick coffee break and a dinner so I would be able to post great videos like this!

  4. These videos in full screen make you almost feel like you're there…… I like to pause every now and then and bring up a map to track where we are. using street signs and landmarks….. great pictures!

  5. Think about this "actionkid105" if you could put up words that said where you are at when you come to big or famous locations it would help greatly 23:30 i know it's somewhere famous but i don't know where you are? just saying but otherwise, you did a good job with this!

  6. Yep that black Ford Focus RS sure made an impression on 2nd av!
    Never mind it won't be around long they are prone to head gasket and or engine block failure even without all that reving!

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