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Old Posted Jan 22, 2010, 4:10 AM
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Troy is one of my favorites!!
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Old Posted Jan 22, 2010, 5:49 AM
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Troy-Albany has plenty of architectural gems to offer the viewer
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Old Posted Jan 22, 2010, 4:21 PM
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Wow, impressive as there are some nice gems you showcased. Thanks for sharing.
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Very nice older stock of buildings in a city I have yet to see on this page!! Thanks for sharing!
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none of these pictures work
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Old Posted Feb 19, 2017, 1:38 AM
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Paine Mansion (Troy NY)

Here are some photos i have taken of my Fraternity House, the Paine Mansion in Troy


Exterior

Paine Mansion (Pi Kappa Phi Alpha Tau, "Castle&quot Exterior by Adam Champagne, on Flickr
Paine Mansion (Pi Kappa Phi Alpha Tau, "Castle&quot Exterior by Adam Champagne, on Flickr
Paine Mansion (Pi Kappa Phi Alpha Tau, "Castle&quot Exterior by Adam Champagne, on Flickr
Paine Mansion (Pi Kappa Phi Alpha Tau, "Castle&quot Exterior by Adam Champagne, on Flickr
Paine Mansion (Pi Kappa Phi Alpha Tau, "Castle&quot Exterior by Adam Champagne, on Flickr
Paine Mansion (Pi Kappa Phi Alpha Tau, "Castle&quot Exterior by Adam Champagne, on Flickr



Foyer

Paine Mansion (Pi Kappa Phi Alpha Tau, "Castle&quot Foyer by Adam Champagne, on Flickr
Paine Mansion (Pi Kappa Phi Alpha Tau, "Castle&quot Foyer by Adam Champagne, on Flickr
Paine Mansion (Pi Kappa Phi Alpha Tau, "Castle&quot Foyer by Adam Champagne, on Flickr
Paine Mansion (Pi Kappa Phi Alpha Tau, "Castle&quot Grand Stair Case by Adam Champagne, on Flickr
Paine Mansion (Pi Kappa Phi Alpha Tau, "Castle&quot Grand Stair Case by Adam Champagne, on Flickr
Paine Mansion (Pi Kappa Phi Alpha Tau, "Castle&quot Foyer by Adam Champagne, on Flickr
Paine Mansion (Pi Kappa Phi Alpha Tau, "Castle&quot Grand Stair Case by Adam Champagne, on Flickr




Parlor (French Room)

Paine Mansion (Pi Kappa Phi Alpha Tau, "Castle&quot Parlor by Adam Champagne, on Flickr
Paine Mansion (Pi Kappa Phi Alpha Tau, "Castle&quot Parlor by Adam Champagne, on Flickr
Paine Mansion (Pi Kappa Phi Alpha Tau, "Castle&quot Parlor by Adam Champagne, on Flickr
Paine Mansion (Pi Kappa Phi Alpha Tau, "Castle&quot Parlor by Adam Champagne, on Flickr




Moorish Room (named after the architectural style)

Paine Mansion (Pi Kappa Phi Alpha Tau, "Castle&quot Moorish Room by Adam Champagne, on Flickr
Note the leather ceiling
Paine Mansion (Pi Kappa Phi Alpha Tau, "Castle&quot Moorish Room by Adam Champagne, on Flickr
Paine Mansion (Pi Kappa Phi Alpha Tau, "Castle&quot Moorish Room by Adam Champagne, on Flickr
Paine Mansion (Pi Kappa Phi Alpha Tau, "Castle&quot Moorish Room by Adam Champagne, on Flickr



Grand Dining Room

Paine Mansion (Pi Kappa Phi Alpha Tau, "Castle&quotGrand Dining Room by Adam Champagne, on Flickr
Paine Mansion (Pi Kappa Phi Alpha Tau, "Castle&quotGrand Dining Room by Adam Champagne, on Flickr
Paine Mansion (Pi Kappa Phi Alpha Tau, "Castle&quotGrand Dining Room by Adam Champagne, on Flickr

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some images that are not mine



Castle Alpha Tau Foundation (their website has history on the Mansion) http://www.castleatf.org/the-john-paine-mansion.html



Oak Wood Cemetery http://www.oakwoodcemetery.org/for_educators.html

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Old Posted Feb 19, 2017, 3:09 AM
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I remember going to Punk Rock Shows in Troy. Club Cavern. The Danger room. Carl and Smiitys. Phillthys. Checkbook Charlies. Anywhere we could get power was a gig. FSU fighting the cops and the Gang Green riots.
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what a spectacular frat house - thank you sir may i have another?

and what a collection of beautiful architecture in troy, wow. ive only driven by troy and obviously thats a mistake, it demands to be explored.
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Old Posted Feb 25, 2017, 2:31 AM
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Wow. Friggin' wow.
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Wow if only all small cities had this kind of architecture! Great shots, thanks for sharing.
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Old Posted Mar 10, 2017, 4:58 PM
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I've gotta say.. this is a city I'm only barely familiar with in name, but WOW what a great looking place. So much history.

There are so many underappreciated cities out there, thanks for sharing with the rest of us.
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