Update: The house has been renovated.
My friends and I have often spoken about how we’re generally greeted with friendliness in the northern reaches of the city. One of the few notable exceptions, which I will never forget, was when a woman came out of Union Station’s architect Theodore Link’s house and yelled at us. Bill McClellan explains why she might have been a little hostile. And what the heck happened to the entrance gates of Cabanne Place, where the house is located?
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Re: the gates. Well, if my observations of other corner objects destroyed in the City is any guide, some idiot came tearing around a corner and didn’t quite make it…