This week's photos of Columbia
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Saint Francis will look out for them.
Daffodils just in time for Easter
Tulip about to bloom
Small backhoe next to Shawnee Run
Here's the tunnel that runs under South 4th.
Part of the Shawnee Run restoration project
Train near Florence & Mill
It will never pass inspection in this condition.
Ghost signs near the intersection of Barber, Florence, and Mill
Tracks on their way to somewhere
Fallen trees and branches about to clog Shawnee Run
Chassis on Manor
How many people know where this is?
(The answer's at the end.)
Metal tubes hanging from a gutter in Avenue G
Roof work on Locust
Shadows on Second
Old-fashioned light globe at the Watch & Clock Museum
More globes there
A Canada goose looks inquisitively at the camera.
The other public boat ramp that almost no one uses, at the bottom of Union Street
" "th & WALNUT
On the lookout at River Park
Saint Peter's Church
Buddha on Second
Here's his story.
Here's his friend.
And here's her story.
Guardian of the temple
Here's what he looks like from behind.
Meanwhile, at Mount Bethel
"Come unto me."
"Abide with me."
In the grass
"He loved his country."
Cracks are forming.
Born September 7, 1802
Truck on Linden
Here's the logo on the back of the truck.
"DEPT OF HEALTH & MENTAL HYGIENE MD."
So, what's in that truck?
It won't work like that.
UGI guy at Route 462 & Cherry
Ominous cloud advancing
Chinook flying over in the evening
An Iron Stag, at that
A very long train consisting of coal cars passed through on Saturday morning.
Many coal cars were on the train.
Very many coal cars were on the train.
Abandoned bike at Second & Cherry
401-403 Locust Street
The St. John Neumann School is open.
The "C" on this medallion presumably stands for "Columbia."
There are several on the base of this lamppost.
The post is located at 4th & Cherry, at the former Andy's Market.
So, should the cloth be red . . .
. . . or purple?
Illegally parked on Bank Avenue
A flag that seems to support everything
Datestone at Manor School
At 10th & Manor
Training in progress
Coming soon on South 12th
Answer: The Strine Memorial is at the District Administration Center, 200 North 5th Street.
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