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Sandy Martin Petty 08-Aug-2018 15:29
I lived on Richfield Road and then moved to 50th st, when i was 11. Went to Bluffview and Manners then to Landsdowne.
I am searching for a special person from E.St. Louis, Evie Leach. Does anyone remember her,and what happened to her?
Peggy Schwab Ruble 04-Mar-2018 16:53
I graduated East Side Jan '69. Joyce Campanella married Steve Padgett and Frances Dalton is now Cuatchon. I also went to Monroe grade school, Morrison, Rock Jr. High '63 - '66.
samuel GARRIN 03-Mar-2017 22:04
Nothing new. When stationed at small village 6 miles einsedlehof, myself and several others would vitit every weekend and play baseball with the kids. I wasinstumental in having 25 children every saturday/sunday picked up from the kinderheim and delivered to our depot, 67th amd for lunch with two nuns as shaperons..we donated baseball gloves, balls, bats for the children. We had an eyeglass dept and had a numer of children fited with prescription eyeglasess. My buddies were; ROCKO POPE,JERSEY CITY NJ, JOHN WHITE ETC
Dave 11-Feb-2015 01:02
Bless all the people that have ever and are still living and working in the Gary, Indiana area.
Mary Kay Claro 04-Feb-2015 20:27
three generations of my famil grew up on 9th street,St. Clair Ave, and Piggot Ave In East St. Louis Illinois, Nicholas p claro and Anna Mae Claro nee Rimmer. Alfonso Nicholas Claro And Mary Helen Johnson. My father Nichoals Claro as well. I am searching for any and all records I can find on them. I know that Nicholas P claro and a few of his children worked at Swift $ company meat packing company. My great grandmother mary Louise Mccarthy nee Stefenek also worked there. I was told my father Nicholas Frances was in an orphanage for a short while before returning back home. Am I able to find records of this..
Donna 31-Jan-2015 13:04
How sweet that there is a collection of pictures of this town. It is sad that so many are of how it looks today, rather than when it was a bustling city. I appreciate the opportunity to jog old memories.
D German 28-Aug-2014 17:40
I did live here in Pollock town i went to Attucks school until i was taken to a catholic school St Elizabeth's Jr high, i went to St Teresa's Academy for 31/2 yrs and finshed up my last few month's at Licholn Sr High where graduated. i'll never forget where I'm from i still have relatives living in EStL and they are still living there today. Estl was a city that everybody loved. they say if you're from EStL you can make it any where in the world. I live in Phx now and wish that I could go back to my roots but there is nothing there now it's a ghost town wish things were better. I miss 15th Street and the goings on there that was the stop. My life in EStL was a good one despite the trouble i got into. Hope they rebuild it i wouldn't mind goiing back home.
D Wilson 22-Jun-2014 22:25
I have read soooo many of the guest and many of the native East Saint Louisians comments and I feel both sad and happy. One guest suggested that we forget the city even exist...WOW! how does one forget when they were reared up there? I met my first love and married him in East Saint Louis. Our children were born in Christian Welfare Hospital. I went to three elementary schools in ESTL...Washington, Monroe, and Longfellow. I also attended two Junior High Schools, Rock and Clark Junior Highs, and I as well as many of my family members attended Lincoln Senior High Schools. In fact, my daughter graduated Lincoln High Senior school in how does one forget their roots? I learned some of my most difficult lessons of life in ESTL, and so how do you forget that? I remember the Gulleys', the Kmbrills', the Moodys' the Robinsons' the Johnsons' and so many others which most are my family members. So please let us not forget that 'little' 'big' city. I had great and sad times in ESTL. In fact, just a few of my family members are yet living there and of course, I pray daily that they will finally get up enough nerve to let it go, but until that happens and even when it does...EAST SAINT LOUIS will always be home.
dianne 04-Nov-2013 04:35
guest:somne asked about jimmy an caroline claypool; east saint louis.jimmy claypool passed away several yars ago but carolne still lvesthere.
Christiann(Moore) Scott 21-Aug-2013 23:25
Chrissy moore here lived all my life in Washington Park, born St.Marys hosp. E.ST.LOUIS Iknow so many names you guys have mention Tony Houston the Kimbrills,ROOSEVELT HOMES,Hudsons My Mom Darlene Champ worked at Gleves Grill for many yrs. All KNEW her she was born and raised in E.ST.LOUIS She lived accrossthe alley from Sacred heart church she also went to school there, My great Grandfather ( Pop) livedoff of Waverly Ave,So many age groups going on here To the guy who asked about Alton Southern railroad my Grandpa retired from there Garrett (Red) Enloe, oh I was born in 1952 Dec. Married name Scott b brothers Dean Moore, Billy Champ, Tommy,(deceased) youngest Danny, gosh too much info tired of typing lol Hi to all my old friends
Christiane Schäfer 14-Jun-2013 22:17
Hi I'm looking for my father, he was stationed from 1958-1961 in Germany (Landstuhl Hospital) he had to go back in July 1961 when I was born and came in May 1962 after 2months Germany to me and my mama zuholen, but unfortunately has not left us their mommy away which I find very sad because I have my father never really got to know what really hurts me to this day because I miss him would be nice if someone could help me I'm not pointing indeed whether he is still alive but maybe I've still got half siblings who wish to contact me,
Here are some data from it did not have a photo because my grandma has destroyed everything that I can not get to know him.
his name is Sam Kirby he's from Cleveland / Ohio and has worked here in Landstuhl as a chef, he would now have as the 75YEARS be., it would mean a lot to me if I could learn something, because I have my whole life trying him zufinden what unfortunately, was very difficult.The girlsname from my mother was Gertrud Flickinger they lieved in Kirchenarnbach. many thanks for your help and love greetings Christiane
sorry my english is not so good
Jill 19-May-2013 05:48
Your images of Cincinnati and Landstuhl warm my heart! I love seeing my old town (Landstuhl) and love seeing home in a new light!! Glad I googled Landstuhl and found your site :)
martinyablansky 05-Dec-2012 23:24
I was stationed at the 9th Hospital between 1968 and 1970
Guest 13-Sep-2012 18:23
I am completely moved by your photographs of East St. Louis. I grew up in St. Louis, Mo and spent a bit of time in my neighboring city. Your photographs are fantastic, moving, reminiscent, just GORGEOUS ART. Thank you so much for photographing this American City.
Guest 19-Aug-2012 19:53
I have fond memories of growing up in ESL,remembering how 15th Broadway was a busy place,Daughts Drug,Sykess Pharmacy,liquor store,B&F Variety, the Deluxe,record shop beauty shop,all of this when the Or Weathers was fairly new and two parent families,late on dances @ the Mary Brown Center and St Adalbert. I remember K&R Market,Calif Fruit Market,Coffman's Guccionne just to name a few. We had everthing here once upon a time,never new its was an all American city until I was older.
Guest 14-Jul-2012 23:00
I was born at St. Marys Hospital in East St. Louis in 1935. We lived on Virginia Place in Alta Sita, it was such a beautiful neighborhood. Went to Alta Sita Grade School, still remember all of my teachers who were so good and dedicated. Our neighbors were great. Went to Clark Jr. High and East Side (go Flyers) loved the football games at Parsons Field and all the dances after the games. What a great city East St. Louis was to grow up in. I will always have fond memories.
Nancy (Fuchs) Hurst 14-Jul-2012 00:26
I grew up in E St. Louis. I Went to St. Patrick's grade school and St. Theresa's Acad. for high school. I lived on north 32nd St. just a block or two from Price's what a great place to hang out. My mother and I used to go downtown and shop all the time. There were great stores like Grant's Seidel's Wallgreen's several good jewelry stores the majestic theater. Many fond memories, It was a great place to live and very safe. I moved in 1970 and it was still safe. There were lots of hard working people some rich, some average, some poor, but all hard working nonviolent people who were proud of where the lived and happy there. There are still a lot of good people in E. St. Louis who are trying to make a difference. I wish them all the luck in the world. Ihope it can come back to the way it was. I wish you could post some pictures of how it used to be, and show how nice it really was.
Roz 22-May-2012 03:36
Thank YOu Jayson thought I would at this because the comments are thanking you so I thank God for Jayson
Roz Graham 22-May-2012 03:33
hello hello I am so excited for what I am not sure. But my name is Roz Graham I currently live in Phoenix Az and I was just teater totter on the interner and just typed in East St Louis Ill which I moved from in 1984 and there was a name that came up name Dennis know last name was given and he knew the schools and teacher names that me and my brother had...from clark Jr High my favorite teacher was Mr. Peabody and my uncle was Mr. Marshall from Lincoln who has passed and my mother was Shirley Graham who also is not with us. my email is would love to hear from anyone that can share info. I thank God for this possibility
mattsmom01-May-2012 06:26
Came across this site about East St. Louis and seen the name Don Reeves mentioned. I also lived on 35th and State early 1950's to about 1963. Don Reeves had a brother Dick and a sister Linda. His mom used to throw a block party at Halloween. Would love to hear from someone from that area. Went to Park.I don't ever remember it being used as high school. My dad went there in the 40's. Clark Jr. High was my back yard.
NINA 23-Apr-2012 16:02
hope this message makes the page??? i attended hawthorn, holy angels,lansdowne,st teresas and granite city hs graduating in 1971...thanks for the nightmare grandkids love them...the place to go after a dance at assumption h.s. thanks jayson!!!
Greytail 15-Jan-2012 00:27
Great gallery of a city with much history and so amazingly intact! Lovely buildings and photos.
One can learn a great deal about a city they may move to here. Thank you Jayson!
Bill Genson 21-Nov-2011 04:24
I was stationed at 8th Evac Hospital from 61to 63 I remember Wayne King I too weny to Iran
in 62 for the earth quake.Visited Landstuhl in 90 on a whirlwind tour of Europe.Like to hear from any of my Buddies that were there at that time.
peggy gross15-Oct-2011 04:57
grew up in did not look like that----now i drive a bus abd i drive threw there and thats the way it looks----went to longfellow school--no longer there--rock jr high was up the road from there--no longer there--then clark jr high just burnt couple of yrs. ago--gone--alot of places are gone---was such a pretty town
Linda 23-Jun-2011 06:22
Great Pictures. I used to live in Cincinnati. I left there in 1977. I am still facinated with the row/shot gun houses. I was doing a Google search about the history of these house when I ran across your web site. Wish you had more pictures of the enterior of some of them.
Michael Cleary 03-May-2011 18:23
Thank you, I was raised in Cincy and left there in the 80's. I often think of the city , but your photo brought back so many good memories. I've not been back there,but the revitalization those photo brought, has kindled a desire to go back and spend some time there. I was a student at Edgecliff College in the late 70's studying fine arts. I will have to find the photo of the city I tool at that time and send them to you, if I find them. Thanks again for the enjoyable time reminiscing.
sudong, kim 09-Apr-2011 17:35
thanks for sharing you fabulous photos! i'm very happy to see these pictures. actually, i was searching for american city's photo because i have been in america for cross-country by bicycle for about 2months. your photo recall my pleasant memory^^ i hope you visit my blog you can see my travel story^^ oh i'm not mentioned that i'm korean. you can see my travel photos but you can't read my travel story. it's written by korean language.

p.s. i saw the picture you stay in korea. i live in daegu, korea^^
Alex 13-Mar-2011 06:14
Jayson...hey from Russia too :)) thx a lot for your wonderfull photos..I'm from Saint-Petersburg city...
If u will have free time welcome here :))) Saint-Petersburg in Russia 2 big city after Moscow with history ..
I have many photos of my city so if somebody interesting I can share with of all of u :)))with pleasure

My E-mail : Thank u Jayson for photos again :))
Hwoard Windhorst 08-Mar-2011 22:25
Thanks for all the trouble you have gone to for all of us. You have touched a nerve, stirred memories and brought more than a few tears to our eyes..Peace
Alison Moss Cincinnati Real Estate Agent22-Feb-2011 13:42
I really like the night time skyline photos very cool. I love photography of cities because it lets you into the character of the people who live there as a Real estate agent in Cincinnati I get to see many of the houses and homes all over the city and in some cases I get the see the bad photos other agents take. I wish all of my home photos looked this good. You can check out my site at
Tony Houston. 11-Feb-2011 17:03
Thanks Jayson for this page and pictures of East. St. Louis. I have been moved by all the sad as well as wonderful memories that all the people have written about their childhood in E. ST. L. I have so many many fond and wonderful memories of the city. I could write about them for hours if not day's. Thank You again Jayson.
Delores 08-Jan-2011 06:02
I was saddened looking at the pictures of East St Louis, Illinois. I grew up there in the 50's and 60's. At one time it was a beautiful place. I remember when we could sleep with the front door opened and the screen unlocked. No one would come in to harm you. On hot nights that's the way we would sleep. I remember when downtown Collinsville avenue was boosting with business. I would smell the Spanish Peanuts and Popcorn from Sears. There was also a W.T. Grant store and Woolworths. What a great time I had as a child growing up there. What a change>>>>>>>>>>>
Jeffrey Lewis Knapp02-Jan-2011 17:17
Happy New Year Jayson. Great photo collection. Keep up the wonderful work
Charles 22-Dec-2010 22:48
Jayson;I was in the 583 ambulance co. from 1963 to may of 1965.Boy from the pictures the town sure is a lot differant then when i was there.When i was there you could walk around the whole town in about twenty minets the most.Loved your pictures.
Guest 28-Nov-2010 15:47
I just had a dream about Cinci and I've never been ther...proper that is! I've seen the skyline from across the river but never actually visited the city. But, after my dream and these photos, I'm going there and may even move there from here in Calaifornia!
Aimee Haines 13-Sep-2010 11:58
I love your pictures of Landstuhl. They brought back a lot of great memories!!! I used to party at the "Shaffer Stuhb" at the bottom of the hill from the base..
yoeun 08-Sep-2010 14:54
i was wondering if you remember the name of the restaraunt in Landstul Germany. It's an italian restaurant next to a bar called the red lion.
Rob 22-Jul-2010 04:35
Really enjoyed the photos of East St Louis
Guest 18-Jul-2010 03:53
I grew up in E.St. Louis when it was a great city! Attended St. Cyril Grade School and St. theresa's High School. Lived in Parkside Subdivision. Great memories!! Debbie Emerson
Melvelyn Garretet May 08-Jul-2010 06:22
will be back home again in late fall
Sherry 22-Apr-2010 22:48
You have beautiful pictures of the Roebling Suspension Bridge. It really is the city's landmark icon. Did you know that the decorative lights will not be re-installed when the painting is finished this fall if we don't raise the money to do so? More info at

Pass the word! We need help!!!
Larry Walley 28-Feb-2010 17:20
I too googled Landstuhl and come upon your site ... enjoyed the pics as I perused some of the European locations I visited back in the early 70’s. I’m going to thumbnail your site and come back soon to look at other pics you’ve taken … {2nd GH (5B) / Landstuhl ’73-‘76}
ann perez 09-Jan-2010 02:12
I love your photos of East St. Louis. I'm sad for the residents because the politicians and city officials are responsible for what has happened. I wish there could be a comeback, especially for the hard working, honest people. I grew up in Alton, IL. Have you ever been there to take pictures?
Bob Beresford 12-Dec-2009 04:14
Tonight I entered Landstuhl in computer and came up with your great pictures. Stationed there in 1970 in 8th Finance Secton. Lived in building next to the tower where I worked with all German Nationals. Great little town at that time and I traveled extensively.
Went back twice during the 70's. Thanks for the pic,s
Cincy Bob the Bookkeeper
Guest 21-Nov-2009 05:25
Love the pictures!! I too was born in Landstuhl in 1966..MY goal is to go back one day and see it as an truly looks beautiful. Thank you so much for sharing!
carlinmcg30-Sep-2009 17:09
Jayson: The pictures of Landstuhl are beautiful! My father, along with wife and eight kids were stationed there in the early sixties as well. My youngest sister was born there. Do you recall the last name McGinnis? We lived a few buildings down from the elementary school. I did go back in the '80s and loved it, did more touring around and really enjoyed Heidelberg (sp?). Thanks for the memories. Christine
Louis J. Apuzzio 23-Sep-2009 10:38
Stationed at the 10th Med Lab 1973-1976, Dept of Pathology with 8 pathologists.

Truly enjoyed my time there on active duty !!
Jean 19-Sep-2009 01:47
Beautiful pictures but you should have more of Canada your neighbor. Montreal and Quebec City are both worth your trips believe me. Especially as a photographer. Vancouver and Victoria British Columbia Canada are also very scenic. Come up and visit us.

Your neighbour.
TOMMY DOWERS 04-Sep-2009 18:14
Richard McElveen 03-Sep-2009 02:49
I was commander of the weather detachment at Ramstein from 1977-1981. We lived "up the hill just a little ways" at N. 9 Luitpoldstrasse, across the street from the Catholic Church (with BELL!..every hour...24 hrs a day!) for 4 years. Wonderful neighborhood and wonderful neighbors, once we shared the cherries from the three trees in our back yard with them. Actually, Martha made pies and took them to the neighbors! Then they quit complaining about our teenage son and daughter playing badminton in the yard on Sundays. (Any noise activities were verboten on Sundays.) We loved Landstuhl and the people. Plan to go back again next year. I retired a little over 20 yrs ago at MacDill, USSOCOM.
annette 03-Feb-2009 03:52
Excellent images !! where did you take the night time skyline from ?>
Braveman Lee15-Jan-2009 03:54
tony pabon 12-Nov-2008 15:28
Cincinnati, such a beautiful city, and this photos is a testament to it!!!!
Donnie J 19-Oct-2008 20:52
Hey bro love thepics I,m a Northside boy livin in London England realy miss the nasti nati cant wait to get back home been here almost 2 years comin home soon thanks for the pics Its like visiting home when I see em. And have shown my family over here how lovely our city is take care Don.
Guest 30-Sep-2008 11:28
Btw, i didnt see any photos of public bus transportation. arent there any public buses in cincy?
Guest 30-Sep-2008 11:27
aweosome photos. i am moving to cincy in 2 months.. i atleast know wat it looks like...
Andrew C 19-Jun-2008 18:29
Nice website and images. Some of the best I've seen!
Andrewville 21-May-2008 02:53
I really love the pictures of the skyline. I appreciate all of your work in taking these beautiful photos!

They have opened my eyes to how beautiful Cincinnati is!
Mark 04-May-2008 14:40
Do you have any skyline pictures of the Newport Landing and specifically the Newport Aquarium? Great pictures on your site.
Jenny Downs 25-Mar-2008 17:55
Beautiful Photo's Jayson...and a very small cincinnati-world! Your last comment comes from George Daugherty who I used to work with....Take Care!
Jayson Gomes23-Jan-2008 04:07
George, Thanks for the kind words. I maintain and take all the photos.
George Daugherty 22-Jan-2008 02:01
Great Work! Who maintains the web site while your out shooting:-)
Tasha10-Jan-2008 18:03

It would be nice if you would show the changes that have been made in East St. Louis not just the areas that have not yet been revitalized.
Jayson Gomes08-Dec-2007 04:02
Thank you for the kind words Rhonda. Other than the "third party" gallery, all of the photos are exclusively from Cincy Images.
rhonda 07-Dec-2007 21:51
i have a few awsome pictures of the Skyline, can I add?? your work is amazing..

yayoi 01-Nov-2007 14:28
Awesome pics! Thanks for sharing.
Sukirti 30-Oct-2007 20:00
Jason, this is great...I'm working on a project on Cincy to have hand drawn sketches of the places and people...would you mind if I refer to some of your pictures???
Guest 27-Jun-2007 13:11
Pbase needs more galleries like yours.
Guest 08-Mar-2007 07:19
You're a true artist.
Sue B 27-Nov-2006 20:18
jason. Please contact me. I am at the end of a photographic project on Cininnati and need a very high res photo of the fountain in Fountain Square.
Simone 26-Nov-2006 21:45
I'm Italian and I love Cincinnati!!
Thank you for your website. That's cool!
Jayson Gomes10-Nov-2006 16:17
Thank you for the very kind words. Most of my photos were taken with a Panasonic Lumix camera with Leica lens. I have recently switched to a Nikon D80 SLR.
TINA 10-Nov-2006 14:25
Marco Hernandez 06-Sep-2006 19:52
Your gallery of Cincinnati photos is THE BEST I've ever seen. I've been living here for 3 years and this is the best graphic document of the city by far.
Can I put your link in my website?
Thanks, Marco.
Guest 06-Sep-2006 02:36
thanks for the comments!
nikki 02-Sep-2006 07:29
Awesome pics! I love to be able to look at pictures of places I've never been. Great job on this site!
AserSp 13-Jul-2006 08:28
Nice site! Best my wishes to Admin. I'll be back.
Jim Kramer12-Jul-2006 00:48
Thanks for stopping by my gallery. I came by to see your work, and I am very impressed. What an awesome collection of images. You should definitely add Spring Grove to your collection. If you are going to shoot it in color, I would wait until the fall... the colors should be AWESOME! I am planning on going back there myself in October to get some Autumn shots to add to my gallery. Later! -Jim K.
Guest 11-Jul-2006 20:28
Hi Jayson,
I lived in Cincinnati from 2001-2003. Looking at your pics I wish I had picked up photography as a hobby already at that time. The Cincinnati skyline is very beautiful (with the lights and the river, hills etc) and you have done a great job capturing all of this. I particularly enjoyed your skyline gallery.
Best regards,
Ryszard 08-Jul-2006 09:12
Very good shots !
Thanks for sharing your wonderful photos !

Best regards
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Thanks for your site!
Dori 02-Jun-2006 10:24
Good site. It would be desirable to return again and again!
Raketa 29-May-2006 06:24
Very good site!
Jenn 03-May-2006 02:12
You are very talented! Your pictures of cincy are the best I have seen. What kind of camera did you use to take these.
ativan 28-Apr-2006 18:17
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Bill 24-Apr-2006 06:16
Greetings to all! Excuse for this message, but at you excellent design of a site! Very much it was pleasant to me, I shall come here very often!
Guest 24-Apr-2006 00:14
Thanks Jayson for checking out my sound and leaving good comment. I must say you have the best view of Cincinnati, I wish people will see Cincinnati from your point of view. Please, keep projecting the good image for the benefit of all.
debbie foley 14-Apr-2006 23:41
I come to this site when my heart wants to be close to cincinnati/newport look at the pictures and a joy fills my soul...peace, beauty, and serenity....
Leonid 07-Apr-2006 14:04
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Zel`da 02-Apr-2006 08:37
Very nice site! I love it! Cool!

Many Thanks!!!
randy 27-Mar-2006 19:49
You are truly a traveling, photographing,and architecture guru. I really enjoy your work on numerous websites. do you know if there are any large skyscrapers planned in ohio?
Hunter Prince 23-Mar-2006 03:33
Great site!!! Iam looking at moveing there pretty soon. I have been trying to find pictures with good detail and with the many locations around Cincinnati. I tried many other sites and they dont even compare. Thanks for the great insight to the city.
Jayson Gomes22-Feb-2006 23:37
Charles, thank you for the feedback. I had a feeling some people would get confused that the photos are not linked to the search capability. The reason why the search feature doesn't return photos from the gallery is because the photos are currently hosted on another site. In time I hope to have the site completely intergrated.
Charles Dorris 22-Feb-2006 22:44
Yours is a great site, and I thank you for it. Photography is outstanding. However, more narrative comments (or any, for that matter) would have added to my pleasure and instructed me. For instance, I searched and searched for pictures of the Music Hall, as I have long admired the Cincinnati Symphony, Pops, May Festival, etc. When I finally "Goodgled" it and got some direct info., I realized I had seen it in your OTR pages, and not recognized it. It looked like a church, and seemed a surprising venue for such distinguished, internationally famous groups.
I have recently had my interest piqued because a member of my family is working in a hospital there (Childrens) and I may be able to visit sometime.
bernard 16-Feb-2006 21:57
Cincy transplant living in Seattle just wanted to say your pictures are wonderful. Maybe shots of the Mt. Healthy, Colerain, North College Hill, Union Centre would be welcome.
Barry 12-Feb-2006 15:03
Beautiful and interesting site! I enjoy reading your site.
Many Thanks!
Richard Nacamuli 30-Jan-2006 22:16
This is a really good site! I am definitely bookmarking this page.
Danny 29-Jan-2006 17:24
Wonderful site!
Brought back many fond memories of my childhood.
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Michael 29-Nov-2005 23:35
Good resource I wanted to drop you a line and just compliment your site.
Laszlo 31-Oct-2005 23:24
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Gordon 19-Oct-2005 22:35
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Stoun 15-Oct-2005 23:54
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Mijn complimenten!

Met vriendelijke groeten
Maer 13-Oct-2005 17:05
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Nate Farnsworth 13-Oct-2005 04:20
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nah 08-Oct-2005 21:24
This site is amazing!
Alan Lewis03-Sep-2005 02:17
Thanks for comments on my Spring Grove Gallery, I have other pictures from there scattered throughout some of the Monthly galleries, but....nothing compared to what you have shown of Cincy. Excellent pictures, it will take some time to go through them all, but I know it will be well worth it. Good work, Keep it up!!
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Joel 22-Aug-2005 20:12
Indeed I must say that I enjoyed yet another trip to Cincinnati this weekend. We live in St. Louis, which I'd like to forget the place I call home now.

I took my wife and kid to the Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal first. Our first time there. WOW! What a great use of space. There was plenty of parking and we were just wishing we had time to visit all 5 museums. I was just amazed at the Union Terminal architecture and the 1920s feel to it all. And we could've spent the whole day there because it was intriguing to think we could do so much in one place. There were tons of people there yet it didn't feel so crowded. Everything seemed to belong there; there was a continuity to the museum and nostalgic feel. On the other hand, St. Louis Union Station turned their old train station into a hotel/mall/food court. The problem is the good stores & eateries (Disney Store, Kriegers) don't last and there isn't anything there to keep my attention for a whole day or much beyond an hour lunch break. I couldn't help comparing the two cities because being in Cincinnati was so refreshing. My son loved the natural history museum and we promised him we'd take him back to the rest before the Space exhibit closes October 12.

We left the museum center to Fountain Square. We parked under Fountain Square for a dollar - all day Saturday/Sunday is $1 here. We walked around Fountain Square and felt as if Mother Nature was personally welcoming us to the Queen City. We took pictures around the fountain and walked a couple blocks to find lunch (we didn't have time to climb up to the Carew Tower for a rooftop skyline view of the whole city). My wife admired the Sachs 5th Avenue and the Macy's (a rock's throw from Fountain Square).

We found Skyline Chili, where we got some famous Cincinnati Chili, which we all liked (it's hard to please everyone's palate, but I got mad props from my wife and kid for picking this place). And we also found a Graeter's Ice Cream downtown on the same street. We walked to the ballpark from there - here I'd like to make a point that the streets were clean and paved and the steet signs were easy to see (they are backlit and user-friendly with address numbers, i.e. Fourth Street, 200-299). Not once did I trip over a pothole. And not once was I accosted for a stinkin' quarter.

On to the Reds Hall of Fame & Museum. I got an emotional high when I waxed nostalgic on the Cincinnati Reds memorabilia that I grew up admiring. My family enjoyed the interactive baseball-themed exhibits, especially the home run wall, the pitching simulator and the 4,256 baseballs on the wall representing Pete Rose's career hits. There is a movie in there too that is a must see for every Reds and baseball fan. They gave us $3 admission with a same-day game ticket. The end of the tour takes you down the staircase into the Reds gift shop, a la Disney World. But then on to Great American Ball Park. It was easy to like this stadium with it's wide open concourses, clean presentation and memoirs of the Reds great moments in baseball history surrounding you. We sat in the bleacher seats which are the cheapest tickets in the house and low to the left-field wall and actually have backs to the seats. We had a good view of the game, all except for the left field scoreboards and jumbotron. We walked around the stadium to see more of the riverfront and to cool off with the water mister underneath the Pepsi Power Stacks.

The game was actually interesting and we found it easy to get back on the highway to our final destination for the night. I told my wife we would come back next year for our annual summer trip and she was like, "just one trip a year?" :)
Trick Wingman 08-Aug-2005 21:48
WOW great stuff we are glad to send a link over to this awesome site.
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Guest 28-Jul-2005 02:48
Great photographs.
Stumbled upon this site from the travel log you have. I couldn't see all the photographs on it because either my ISP or 'puter didn't have enough memory to display them. Will you be adding them to this site?
I wanted to tell you the photo of Rainbow Bridge (in the Niagara Falls group) was phenominal! Awesome view! Memorable.
Guest 12-Jul-2005 03:19
Just checking out your updates. Great shots as always. -Dan (BallHatGuy)
Jeff Cochran05-Jun-2005 03:48
Very nice site! I have a site dedicated to my hometown Savannah.
Guest 15-May-2005 16:18
Am visiting in June after a a long absence. Great pix brought back many memories!
A native-born Greater Cincinnatian
MotorPsycho 04-Nov-2004 20:54
nice site, love the pics. people don't realize the amount of historic and beautiful things this city has to offer. hope you don't mind, i linked you @
BallHatGuy 26-Aug-2004 21:03
Hey, ran across this site from Cincinnati Tomorrow. Great site and I really like all the images and information. Thanks.
Richard 07-Aug-2004 14:00
Jayson, the site is really looking good right now. Keep it up!
danishmodern 26-Jun-2004 15:48
jayson, i love your site. is there any way you can send me an email? i have some questions for you.