Forgot your password?
Or sign in with one of these services
Allan, October 21, 2004 in Detroit
I have a question. I've tried loading some photos I took, but an error "Sorry, dynamic pages in the tags are not allowed." My photos are posted in photobucket so what's going on? Can someone please help my out. Thanks!
I think it screws up when there are certain symbols in the image url. Like $ or !.
I'll be posting a few photos in the next few days from my trip up in December and this past June. Hope you enjoy.
Thanks Wolverine! That was a quick fix.
Detroit looks amazing in the summer, but I cant wait for winter to return! I hate this warm weather.
Brush and Adams in December
What happens on Brush and Adams in the summer
I don't think I've ever payed attention to that view before.
Just imagine that view if someone would put something up at the northwest and southeast corners of Adams and Witherell down the block. The whole area directly adjacent to the parks could really be something.
Yeah the DTE building is quite prominent in that view.
DIA along Woodward Avenue
Nothing spectacular just wanted to add some photos from my trip up. I also wandered into some historic districts, but they're just house photos from the curb.
This is inside the Book-Cadillac and where Mercedes will be for the NAIAS (so said the front desk). Lots of pounding and sliding - cars will actually be brought through the floor!
University of Detroit Mercy School of Law
Hey, next time someone's up in New Center, do they think they could get a picture of that thing Amtrak passes off as a station? You know, if it were up to me, I'd be demanding stimulus money just so that the city could build Amtrak a more suitable station, because they sure as hell won't. lol
Yes, I know that it's not mentioned in the stimulus plan, and I'd wish someone would get to Cockrel and bring this up to him. The New Center Council has been pushing the Detroit Intermodal Transit Station at the site for many years, now, but no takers. Amtrak isn't going to propose it; they never seem to propose station upgrades/reconstructions, so it's incumbent upon the city government to make this happen.
Detroit's skyline from the Book Tower. Book Tower stands 38 stories (approximately 475 feet) tall and is the city's 9th tallest building. It provides one of the best skyline views in the city.
I finally checked out the Dequindre Cut Greenway...
You need to be a member in order to leave a comment
Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!
Already have an account? Sign in here.
No registered users viewing this page.