A painting from the Museum of the City of New York shows Frank Work Driving a Fast Team of Trotters in 1892 down one of Harlem's grand boulevards. Mister Work apparently was one of wealthiest members of the New York Stock Exchange back in the 19th century and his 2-steed race carriage was probably equivalent to having a Ferrari back in the day. Harlem appears to still have been the country escape for those who could afford to travel uptown but speculative development had already begun. Who can guess this location looking west? The mansion at center no longer stands but the yellow and red brick row houses in the background to the left are still there today.