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Here’s a list of all the ghost bike memorials in Brooklyn

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There are currently 27 “ghost bike” memorials in Brooklyn, 16 in our coverage area. Here are the victims and the locations:

Liz Byrne — McGuinness Boulevard and Kent Street, Greenpoint

Solange Raulston — McGuinness Boulevard and Nassau Avenue, Greenpoint

William Rodriguez — Kent Avenue between S. Eighth and S. 11th streets, Williamsburg

Unnamed — S. Fifth Street between Berry Street and Wythe Avenue, Williamsburg

Dan Valle — S. Fifth Street and S. Fifth Place, Williamsburg

Jonathan Neese — S. Fourth Street and Roebling Street, Williamsburg

Craig Murphy — Union Avenue and Ten Eyck Street, Williamsburg

Sze Man — Manhattan Avenue and Montrose Avenue, Williamsburg

Eliseo Martinez — Bushwick Avenue and Moore Street, Bushwick

Aurelio Perez — Morgan Avenue and Harrison Place, Bushwick

Luis Ramos — Flushing Avenue and Fayette Street, Bushwick

Anthony Delgado — Central Avenue and Palmetto Street, Bushwick

Jeffrey Moore — Rockaway Avenue and Chauncey Street, Bushwick

Ralston Bryan — Fulton Street and Reid Avenue, Bedford-Stuyvesant

Alexander Toulouse — Livingston Street and Boerum Place, Downtown

Jonathan Millstein — Eighth Avenue and President Street, Park Slope

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Eric McClure from Park Slope says:
You guys are still missing the memorial to Liz Padilla.
Aug. 24, 2010, 8:24 pm
gene from WB says:
Isn't it odd that so many are run down in Greenpoint/Williamsbugh? I'd be interested to know at what time these occured and the condition of the rifer. Not to blame the "victim" but hey people you need to ride smart.As we say " you're not in Kansas anymore".
Aug. 27, 2010, 3:46 pm

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