I can’t find much information about the South Entrance Lodge of Tower Grove Park, but it is a wonderful building combining a mostly Romanesque Revival Style structure with elements of the Baroque Revival. It sits close to the Arsenal Entrance… Continue Reading
I don’t photograph the Shaw neighborhood very often (amazingly, the last post is from December of 2016), because most of the east-west streets are blocked off, and my methodology of documenting areas of the city start by happening across interesting… Continue Reading
Demolition continues at the old Magic Chef factory, and huge piles of pulverized concrete dominate the southern portion of the property. For the time being, however, the building along Daggett is still standing.
Also, senior citizens interested in attending a two-week lecture series about my investigations of underground caves and cellars in St. Louis can still register on-line at OASIS for classes on April 16 (tomorrow) and 23, both from 10:00 AM to… Continue Reading
My pictures will begin to have more blue sky in them, hopefully. This photograph was taken from Vanderburgh Avenue, one of the shortest streets in St. Louis, showing the now vanished YMCA on South Grand. It will be replaced by… Continue Reading
Does anyone know what this pole is used for? It receives several electrical lines, but then they do not go anywhere, and there are no other lines. I suspect it is some sort of ground for the electrical grid? It… Continue Reading
The building above was just renovated; it looks really great now, after being abandoned. This interesting, long Romanesque Revival house intrigues me as well. And these old Italianate houses, which need to be renovated, are painted in red. They have… Continue Reading
There is a wide variety of architecture, often right next to each other on diverse blocks, such as these in Fox Park.
This house has received some weird sort of renovation, with a different porch. On the side, a chimney flue sticks out from the wall. I normally see that when a building is torn down next door, but there seems to… Continue Reading