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Old Posted Jun 16, 2017, 2:46 PM
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Cleveland Ohio/Buffalo New York

Here are some more photos from my recent "rust belt" road trip.

Niagara Falls, Ontario:










Buffalo, New York:










Erie, PA:







Cleveland, Ohio:























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Short & sweet photothread. Nice work.

I like this angle a lot.

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Buffalo is so damn pretty. I love the monuments and the architecture.

It's really an underrated place.
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Nice pictures from Buffalo and Niagara Falls, my home away from home.

That chandelier over the street in Cleveland is a pretty cool idea!
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So good to see the Lake Erie bigs making their comeback. I will admit Cleveland looks to be further along in their rebound, but I do root for both. Thanks.
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nice work -- it looks like you stayed in the wyndham in cleveland? how was that?
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Short & sweet photothread. Nice work.

I like this angle a lot.

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Buffalo is so damn pretty. I love the monuments and the architecture.

It's really an underrated place.
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Nice pictures from Buffalo and Niagara Falls, my home away from home.

That chandelier over the street in Cleveland is a pretty cool idea!
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So good to see the Lake Erie bigs making their comeback. I will admit Cleveland looks to be further along in their rebound, but I do root for both. Thanks.
Thank you all! Cleveland's downtown seemed to be much nicer and more active than buffalo. Both had lots of great architecture!

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nice work -- it looks like you stayed in the wyndham in cleveland? how was that?
It was decent, not a bad place to stay, swarming with drunks on a wednesday night though haha
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Thank you all! Cleveland's downtown seemed to be much nicer and more active than buffalo. Both had lots of great architecture!
This should come as no surprise as the Cleveland CSA is over 3.5 million people and the Buffalo CSA is 1.2 million.

Cleveland would have an even MORE impressive downtown if its topography didn't make it so easy for so much of its wealth to be located in gorgeous inner ring and outer suburbs away from downtown such as the very rich Hunting Valley area.
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