This photograph is of Robert Venturi's fabulous Lieb House on the move from its original Long Beach Island site to Glen Cove, N.Y. The house, built in 1967, had been threatened with demolition but has been saved in a fairly remarkable manner. It will be transported first by road and then by barge around Long Island Sound to its new site.
There is a particular irony in this house, with its subtle relationship to its 'ugly and ordinary' site and modest circumstances, being moved to a more upmarket locale, but it would have been a tragedy had it been demolished. The current photographs show the house, despite the loss of its original giant dado paint job, to still be an incredibly taught and sharp piece of pop architecture.
You can read the whole story here, and there are more photos of it on the move via.