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Sunday, December 12, 2010

Scenes from a Snowy Day in Old North

It was a bit chilly and windy, but the fresh snow created the perfect conditions for a scenic winter stroll through Old North.

Crown Square, looking up N. 14th Street from Warren

Crown Square, looking up N. 14th Street from Warren

The office of Old North Saint Louis Restoration Group at the corner of N. 14th and Warren.

The office of Old North Saint Louis Restoration Group at the corner of N. 14th and Warren.

Looking up N. 14th toward Crown Candy Kitchen at St. Louis Avenue.

Looking up N. 14th toward Crown Candy Kitchen at St. Louis Avenue.

A home on Dodier decorated for the holidays.

A home on Dodier decorated for the holidays.

New owner-occupied homes recently built by Habitat for Humanity on Hebert.

New owner-occupied homes recently built by Habitat for Humanity on Hebert.

Just a few years ago this nicely rehabbed home on N. 19th Street was a collapsing, city-owned shell.

Just a few years ago this nicely rehabbed home on N. 19th Street was a collapsing, city-owned shell.

Hebert Community Garden, now dedicated to Johnnie Owens.

Hebert Community Garden, now dedicated to Johnnie Owens.

The 1400 block of Hebert.

The 1400 block of Hebert.

Looking toward the 2800 block of N. 14th at Wright.

Looking toward the 2800 block of N. 14th at Wright.

14th and Wright.

14th and Wright.

Looking down the 2700 block of N. 14th.

Looking down the 2700 block of N. 14th.

The Old North Grocery Co-op at St. Louis Avenue and N. 13th Street.

The Old North Grocery Co-op at St. Louis Avenue and N. 13th Street.

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