Old New York
|Old New York|
|Location||The United States, Earth|
|First appearance||"Space Pilot 3000" (1ACV01)|
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In the Stupid Ages, Old New York was known as simply New York. It was one of the biggest cities in the world and produced more garbage than any other city. In 2000, the city put its garbage on a giant barge, which was launched into space 52 years later (1ACV08).
 In the Stupid Ages
 Panucci's Pizza
- See Panucci's Pizza.
Description: A pizzeria where Fry was the delivery boy.
 Applied Cryogenics
- See Applied Cryogenics.
 Coney Island College
- See Coney Island College.
Description: An attraction on Coney Island.
 Fox Station (WNYW)"When Aliens Attack" (1ACV12)
Description: 20th Century Fox televises programs such as Single Female Lawyer and programs of the form World's Blankiest Blank. Trivia: WNYW Fox 5 is the real life flagship station of the Fox Network.
 The Frys' House"The Luck of the Fryrish" (3ACV04)
Description: The family home belonging to Yancy and Mrs. Fry. The house appears to be unchanged in over a thousand years, remaining in its original decrepit form. An unused bomb shelter, housing the best music of the 1980's in one amazing collection, can be found in the basement. It is located in the Flatbush neighborhood of Brooklyn, as evidenced by the Newkirk Avenue Subway Station where Fry, Leela, and Bender arrive at. The group use Bender as a form of transport to get there, with Bender dubbing himself 'The B Train'. Ironically, the B train is an actual subway line that serves the actual Newkirk Avenue Station.
 The Scrap Bar"Futurama" (video game)
Description: A bar which served Olde Fortran Malt Liquor among other alcoholic beverages. It also contained the arcade game Monkey Fracas Jr. and a jukebox. Pulling the beer taps will produce musical sounds matching the jukebox. If played in the right order, a poster in the bar will move revealing a secret room. The bar has remained in relatively good shape in the 31st century apart from an unstable roof.
 In the 31st century
The remains of much of New York still exist as ruins in the 31st century, due to the attack by Bender, below the streets of New New York. They may be part of the New New York sewers. Fry first saw the ruins when he and Bender were escaping from Leela during his first day in the future, and Fry recognized his old neighborhood.