So, tonight I went to an Open House New York lecture about Atlas Obscura. Atlas Obscura is a website by and for people seeking wonder and off the beaten path places and spaces when they travel the world or, in the case of New Yorkers, explore their back yard. It was a great lecture for OHNY volunteers. The founders have also published a book about their journeys - traveling and creating the website.
Dylan, the lecturer, mentioned The Trash Museum as a place loved by Atlas Obscura and Open House New York. I certainly loved my visit there. When I left the Trash Museum I walked with two OHNY members who looked awfully familiar to me. They fessed up. They were the models for a portrait in the 72nd St Q train station. On my way home from the lecture, I stopped off to take a picture of their portrait.