Caesar Creek School, located in Caesar Creek Township in rural Greene County, Ohio, was constructed as a high school in 1908. It began serving elementary students in 1927, and a small addition was constructed in 1957 that included two classrooms, two indoor restrooms and a gymnasium. Caesar Creek closed in 1967.
Constructed in 1910, Youngstown, Ohio’s Wick Building was home to the Wick Brothers Trust Company and was the city’s tallest structure. After years of decline, this landmark is being rehabilitated into apartments. Check out its progress.
I’ve been sworn to secrecy about the location of these vintage electric streetcars. But I cannot resist my excitement about these old trolleys that were once transportation staples in the United States and elsewhere.