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  1. Midwest and Plains
    Lisbon is a village in eastern Ohio, and is the seat of Columbiana County. The population is around 3,000. Lisbon was founded in 1803, and is the second-oldest settlement in Ohio. The town saw growth from being on the Sandy & Beaver Canal, which was completed in 1848. Lisbon prospered under...
  2. Midwest and Plains
    Warren is a city in northeastern Ohio, north of Youngstown. It is the seat of Trumbull County. The population is around 40,000. Warren began as the center of the Connecticut Western Reserve, being founded in 1798. The city began growing when the Pennsylvania & Ohio Canal was completed...
  3. Urban Showcase
    Hey guys! I visited the gorgeous city of Cincinnati, Ohio for the first time ever in March 2014 and I had an awesome time! Cincinnati is the third largest city in Ohio (300,000 population), but is home to the largest metro in the state at over 2.2 million. I toured many areas of the Queen City...
  4. Urban Showcase
    Toledo, Ohio, USA (Summer 2013) From August 9-19 2013, I went on a huge trip in the Midwest U.S., visiting the cities of Toledo, Chicago, and Detroit! This is the first day in Toledo, Ohio (Population 287,000). I came down to visit the city, tour downtown, the Old West End, and went to a Mud...
  5. Midwest and Plains
    Here are my pictures from the second day in Toledo, Ohio during my Midwest U.S. trip to Toledo, Chicago, and Detroit. If you didn't see the first day in Toledo, you can view it here: http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=1659768 This tour focuses on Toledo's historic Old West End...
  6. Midwest and Plains
    Hey guys, sorry I haven't posting much lately, but I've been busy lately! From August 9-19 2013, I went on a huge trip in the Midwest U.S., visiting the cities of Toledo, Chicago, and Detroit! This is the first day in Toledo, Ohio (Population 287,000). I came down to visit the city, tour...
  7. Midwest and Plains
    Jefferson is a village in northeast Ohio, and is the seat of Ashtabula County. The population is around 3,100. Buildings on Chestnut Street. On the right is the Joshua Reed Giddings Law Office. The office was built in 1838. Giddings was a United States Representative from 1838 to 1859, and...
  8. Urban Showcase
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  9. Midwest and Plains
    Short North is a neighborhood in Columbus, centered on High Street. The neighborhood is located between Downtown, which is to the south, and the Ohio State University campus, in the University District neighborhood to the north. Short North's name comes from the police lingo for the area...
  10. Midwest and Plains
    I went to Toledo (again) from May 6-8, 2011. It's my third time in 2 years visiting the city and it was, once again, an awesome time. Took in the Erie Street Market, a couple of Mud Hens games and the Toledo Museum of Art. Without further ado... the second part of my photo tour, we are in the...
  11. Midwest and Plains
    I went to Toledo (again) from May 6-8, 2011. It's my third time in 2 years visiting the city and it was, once again, an awesome time. Took in the Erie Street Market, a couple of Mud Hens games and the Toledo Museum of Art. Without further ado... the first part of my photo tour, we start in the...
  12. Architecture
    The Basket Building (Newark, Ohio) When Dave Longaberger wanted an office building that looked like his basket company’s best-selling product, his wish was woven into this glorious 1997 result. Longaberger has also built a basket house, but nothing compares to the home of The Longaberger...
  13. General Photography
    Take a moment to enjoy this video that shows great detail of a Painted Mural showing great Architure on the building. Buildng is located in Ohio. One of a few Murals in that town. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sDEvXMzZWUs
  14. Midwest and Plains
    Cleveland was incorporated in 1814 and saw its first big growth in 1832 with the completion of the Ohio and Erie Canal, which connected Lake Erie with the Ohio River. Cleveland continued to thrive as a port city in the 1800s with iron ore being shipped from Minnesota and coal being transported...
  15. Subways and Urban Transport
    Known as "The Rapid" this is the second oldest rapid transit system still in operation in the Midwestern U.S (after Chicago). Cleveland also had the first airport rail link in the US which opened in 1968. The system consists of one heavy rail line (the Red line) and two light rail lines (the...
  16. Midwest and Plains
    These are my shots from a ColDay-guided tour of Cincinnati and a little bit of Dayton. There's so much to see in both cities, in terms of architecture, neighborhoods, etc.; I'll definitely be coming back to Southwest Ohio since one day doesn't do it justice. This trip was a good start as I was...
  17. Midwest and Plains
    My photos from Cincinnati, Ohio. http://www.findlaymarket.org/index.htm Sept 8, 2010 9:45 a.m. Ich bin Stolz Deutscher-Amerikaner zu sein! ^^ Race Street ^^ Elm Street More to come later....
  18. Midwest and Plains
    Well, better late than never, I guess, here is the fourth and final part of my trip to Cleveland last month. This part includes Tower City Center, the Warehouse District, and the second ball game. In case you missed the other parts: Part 1...
  19. Midwest and Plains
    Here's the second part of my July 2010 Cleveland Tour. If you missed the first part, go here: PART 1 This part of the photo tour includes downtown night shots and skyline night shots, University Circle, and the Cleveland Museum of Art. 200 Public Square and Key Tower 200 Public Square, Key...
  20. Urban Showcase
    On July 14-18, 2010, I took a tour of Northern Ohio and visited Cleveland and Toledo, Ohio via greyhound bus and took pics of both cities. Here's my pics of Toledo (Population 300,000) from July 14... Here I took pictures of downtown, the East End, Birmingham (Hungarian neighborhood home to the...
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