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Guess the City 158: Great Plains Edition

Cardinal

Cyburbian
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This may be an easy one for some...

A small city with attractive older neighborhoods.

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A nice example of infill.

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A healthy downtown.

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Many great buildings from the first part of the 20th century.

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That last one looks like a good place to drink.

This is a rail town.

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Rumpy's over ______?

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A church. Note the similarity to the last photo.

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mendelman

Unfrozen Caveman Planner
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Googled the theater:

Salina, KS

Nice looking place.

Except for that weird canopyish structure in the downtown. They need to get rid of it.
 

el Guapo

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It's the prototype for Smallville

Salina Kansas - I've always enjoyed visiting there. They have a great Italian restaurant downtown. The name escapes me. Anyone glide up there with a gyrostick lately? ;)
 

oulevin

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Too late - I had Googled Smoky Hill Museum to get Salina. But an attractive town indeed! Anybody know the story behind that mill of worship?
 
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