West Third Street in Dayton.
Church. It's astounding how the number of churches
seems to be in direct proportion to poverty
in urban neighborhoods. There's often two or three
active churches located on the same street. I guess
it's always easier to look up when you're on the bottom.
"Repunzel Repunzel let down your hair"
steeples that are just a wonder to behold in a world
that values real estate fashioned from vinyl, plywood
playing near the train tracks on Miami Chapel
Street in West Dayton. Time and the elements
inevitably have deteriorated the memorial at his
place of death - much like the fate of us all.
many times. Once the great unwashed masses
realize the bountiful and cheap prices of real-estate
here, perhaps a tide can be turned. This building is
on West Third Street just east of Williams.
waiting for the RTA and trying to stay
warm as the temperature has been bitter
cold in Dayton recently.
about the greatness of Dayton's builders of yore.
This grand piece of architecture and craft is from
the Wright-Dunbar District on West Third Street.
This old industrial space sits at the corner of Horace
and West Third and is aching to be turned into
loft housing. Downtown is just across the bridge,
and the Wright-Dunbar District is a city success
story in neighborhood turn arounds.
C. Moses and West Second Street in Dayton.