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Old Posted Jun 13, 2017, 1:46 PM
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Fort Wayne, Indiana/Toledo, Ohio 2017

On my recent road trip I stopped in Fort Wayne Indiana and Toledo Ohio, a few quick shots I took.

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Toledo Ohio:











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Old Posted Jun 13, 2017, 8:54 PM
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Nice pics. Thanks for stopping to take some shots of these seldom seen cities. The two cities seem quite similar!
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great work -- its nice to see ft wayne and the glass city on here!
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I grew up in the northwest corner of Ohio (an hours drive from both cities) and for me it was always exciting to get out of my little hometown and go to "big" city Fort Wayne or Toledo!

Thanks for sharing these shots from the downtown areas!
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Thanks for sharing!
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Nice pics. Thanks for stopping to take some shots of these seldom seen cities. The two cities seem quite similar!
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great work -- its nice to see ft wayne and the glass city on here!
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I grew up in the northwest corner of Ohio (an hours drive from both cities) and for me it was always exciting to get out of my little hometown and go to "big" city Fort Wayne or Toledo!

Thanks for sharing these shots from the downtown areas!
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Thanks for sharing!
Thanks all! I love stopping in the little cities along the way on road trips, the way I look at is when else am I ever going to visit these places?
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Toledo is looking good... some nice little pockets of density and looks like a nice baseball stadium? downtown. Too bad the streets are empty.
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Great pics. Downtown Fort Wayne is going through a huge period of urban renewal. New restaurants; bars and a beautiful baseball stadium right smack downtown. Love this city.
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Great pics. Downtown Fort Wayne is going through a huge period of urban renewal. New restaurants; bars and a beautiful baseball stadium right smack downtown. Love this city.
"revitalization" is the right word here, urban renewal was a false term used to destroy cities in the US with highways and suburban style projects.
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