One of the dominant building in the Cleveland skyline is the Terminal Tower. Completed in 1936, the Terminal Tower was the tallest building outside New York City until 1967. Work on Chicago’s Sear’s Tower did not commence until 1970.
These photos were taken on a partly cloudy day on the way to the Cleveland Indians game. I took a walk from the Warehouse District to Progressive Field and took these different shots on the same day within 15 minutes of each other.
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Nice shot Ted! I really love towers and clock towers….
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Traveling Edward loves them too. This pic is for you and him.