Two for Tuesday: Sundown in the Eraserhood

Dusk desends on North Philly. Structures of note are (l-r) the white deco splendor of the Rodeph Shalom Synagogue, the graffiti'd roof of the Divine Lorraine, the opulent tile work of the Thaddeus Stevens School of Practice on Spring Garden, and the brick-work titling of the Inquirer smokestack, 12 November 2013.

Dusk descends on the Eraserhood or Callowhill district. Structures of note are (l-r) the white deco splendor of the Rodeph Shalom Synagogue, the graffitied roof of the Divine Lorraine, the opulent tile work of the Thaddeus Stevens School of Practice on Spring Garden, and the brick-work titling of the Inquirer smokestack, 12 November 2013.

The tower of the gothic deco Lasher Printing Company, the twin spires of the still standing Church of the Assumption, and the gold dome of the Ukrainian Catholic Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, 12 November 2013.

The Eraserhood and the River Wards beyond. Structures of note (r-l) the gothic deco tower of the Lasher Printing Company, the twin spires of the still standing Church of the Assumption, and the gold dome of the Ukrainian Catholic Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, 12 November 2013.

 

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