This week's photos from around Columbia
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Santa at Hermansader Gallery on Locust
An angel there
Full moon over Chestnut
Bridges old and new . . .
Over at NAWCC
Christmas lights . . .
Open lock box at CVS
Over at Columbia United Methodist . . .
Back at the lock box, a little better, but not still great
The deadline for lock box installation is December 31.
At the post office: "Columbia Bridge" by artist Bruce Mitchell
Wide open lot on Locust
Christmas lights on Poplar
Santa waving good-bye from a circle of sacrifice
Back at the bridge
Alive and well in Columbia
Left behind at the bus stop
Tree down at the gazebo
Saint John's Lutheran
Keep Woodstock in Woodstockmas.
Lincoln Highway marker
We paid several thousand dollars for new tree lights, and all we got was this lousy dark patch.
At 5th & Cherry
Santa was here earlier this week, but then he skipped out.
What's that ghost sign say?
Looks like: BAKE
Back at the bridge once again
Arches and pipes
Train passing through
Train car and former train station
They used to be in the air carrier biz.
Another ghost sign which appears to read: MAIL POUCH
Possibly part of the logo
Indian elephant bearing a load
Finial on Poplar
Hanging out hanging things
Lamp imprint on awning
756 signatures on 52 pages were collected and are being delivered to council members and the borough manager.
Signatures are still being collected. More information will follow.
Another finial, neighbor to the one above
Avenue C ends abruptly.
Taking in the air
This truck pulled a bunch of train cars loaded with rocks to the railroad crossing at the bottom of Walnut, then reversed and went back up the tracks, then came back again and kept going.
Who stole the downspout?
When in doubt, use the side door.
Stones similar to the ones used in the Civil War bridge piers (See previous photos.)
Pounding the sidewalk
It's a clean machine.
3 wise guys and a gal
Wrightsville as seen from Manor Street
A closer look
100 block of Locust
200 block of Locust
Santa sighting! He's back, sneaking around town, so be sure to be naughty and/or nice.
On the lookout
Let's get this done.
Innovative use of a bicycle wheel
On Friday at about 6:30 p.m., this car was reportedly heading east on Linden Street and collided with a truck heading south on Fourth Street. No reports of injuries.