Showing posts with label Con Ed plant. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Con Ed plant. Show all posts

Sunday, April 14, 2019

Fog over

The early-morning fog as seen at the Con Ed plant, 14th Street at Avenue C...

Thursday, January 17, 2019

Thursday's parting shot

Thanks to Durk Snowden for sharing this sunrise shot today...

Saturday, January 12, 2019

A fiery sunrise courtesy of the Con Ed plant

The sunrise on this cold, dry day combined with the steam from the Con Ed power plant on 14th Street and Avenue C made for some photogenic moments this morning.

Thanks to EVG reader Scott Johnson for the above photo...

Thursday, December 27, 2018

Tonight's Con Ed blue light special brings back Sandy memories

[Image via @BreakingNews]

The Con Ed transformer explosion tonight in Astoria brought back some memories ... to when the transformer blew at the Con Ed plant on 14th Street and Avenue C the night of Superstorm Sandy in October 2012.

EVG regular William Klayer took this shot at nearly the moment he heard the explosion about 8:13 that night in 2012, bathing the sky in an eerie gray-blue light similar to what people saw tonight ...

And the second explosion the night of Sandy, which KO'd the power to lower Manhattan (as seen from Brooklyn)...

Friday, November 23, 2018

Steamy Friday

EVG regular Salim shares this photo from Tompkins Square Park this morning... with the always photogenic Con Ed power plant in the background. As of this writing, it's 18 degrees, which according to the Weather Channel "feels like" 12.

Thursday, October 11, 2018

Clouds and Con Ed

A late-afternoon look toward the east via EVG reader Durk Snowden...

Sunday, February 11, 2018

Sunday's part shot

Photo looking at the Con Ed power plant this evening via Durk Snowden...

Tuesday, January 5, 2016

It was so steamy out this morning

EVG reader Brett W. shared this photo looking east toward the Con Ed plant earlier this morning, about 8 degrees ago...

Tuesday, February 24, 2015

The breaker pop heard 'round the neighborhood

[Photo from Feb. 16]

We talked with several people about the noise/bang/pop/explosion at the Con Ed power plant and subsequent flicker in the power on Saturday night... it didn't go unnoticed (as is usually the case) ...

The Villager talked with Con Ed spokesperson Sidney Alvarez to see what happened at the plant on East 14th Street and Avenue C.

“Basically, in a nutshell, we had some equipment malfunction within our facility. In a nutshell, a breaker popped — and the cause was freezing rain.”

The Fire Department responded but there was no fire, and there were no injuries, Alvarez reported.

The spokesperson didn’t disagree that East Villagers had likely heard a thunderous bang.

“I’m sure they would have heard something,” he said.

As for a white flash in the sky, he said, there was no information regarding that in an internal report he was reading from, but he didn’t deny that it could have happened.

“But there was no fire, no spark,” he noted.

Previously on EV Grieve:
East Village residents ask: WHAT THE HELL WAS THAT NOISE LAST NIGHT?

Con Ed making strides so that the East 13th Street substation doesn't explode again

Tuesday, December 31, 2013

Last sunrise of 2013

Oh, not being nostalgic! Just two photos from this morning of the Con Ed Plant in action… from Tompkins Square Park… and St. Mark's Place…

Thursday, November 1, 2012

Watch Con Ed blow up, and in slo-mo replay

You may have been one of the 6 million plus people who already viewed this video...

Per the description:

The initial explosion at the Con Ed Plant, E14th and FDR in New York City.

Friday, April 27, 2012

From Con Ed to Con Ed

Here's a penthouse view from the Con Ed power plant on East 14th Street looking west toward the Con Ed HQ on Union Square ... taken yesterday morning with the compliments of Mr. Gleason.