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Spring Colors- St. Louis # 2

Rumpy Tunanator

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Here its a lovely 29 degrees, thanks for rubbing it in;). Nice pics, I expecially like that brick house with the turret.
 

mendelman

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Once again - Beautiful.

I guess we'll, (Chicago), be getting this is in a week or two.
 
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boiker

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my god.. why would anyone want to live here... there's no yard. ;-)


fantastic photos. St. Louis is quickly becoming one of my favorite bricked cities.
 

BKM

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Boy. I bet those alleys are just FULL of crime :)

And, I am concerned by the lack of three-car garages in these residential streets. They are too....French....in character :) And, those A-Frames need to be "code enforced" :) (All taquerias that I've seen have the same style of A-Frame)

Lovely. I too like brick cities.
 

H

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So is that the latin district? (this is an honest question, not a snobby remark).
 

biscuit

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Nice pics!

The housing stock of that neighborhood looks a lot like what is found in Pittsburgh's Mexican War Streets neighborood.... Except I don't think there are any hispanics living there.
 

Xing500

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H said:
So is that the latin district? (this is an honest question, not a snobby remark).

Some of the pictures are of Cherokee Street, St. Louis's largest Mexican neighborhood.
 
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