Sadly, some demolition has come to Tower Grove East, which is notable in that over 99% of its original housing stock is still standing. These buildings are different than most buildings in Tower Grove East in that they are true… Continue Reading
Utah Street widens into a boulevard for two blocks west of Grand, before returning to its normal width. Along that two block stretch are beautifully restored houses in a range of eclectic styles. It is now part of an historic… Continue Reading
The intersection of Grand and Gravois can be a bit intimidating, but looking closer, it’s a teaming, vibrant mass of humanity of people from all over the world. What do the people from other countries, now making their home in… Continue Reading
It’s a little hard to read, but I think it might say “Scenic Railroad,” meaning that the trains on this trestle went out to Castlewood.
From Paul Hohmann, “As most of you are aware, the Special Administrative Board of the Saint Louis Public Schools are pushing forward a plan to close six historic elementary schools and replace them with two newly built mega- schools (one… Continue Reading