Midtown Alley History

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Historical images of Midtown Alley St. Louis including Automobile Row, Lindell Blvd, Locust St, and more

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Did you know Midtown Alley was originally known as Automobile Row? The 2.5 block strip was saturated with car distributors, dealerships, and service stations. Next time you’re taking a stroll, keep an eye out for these plaques and feel free to chat with a business owner about their building. There’s a good chance they know a fun fact or two about its Automobile Row history!

Midtown Alley

Did you know Midtown Alley was originally known as Automobile Row? The 2.5 block strip was saturated with car distributors, dealerships, and service stations. Next time you’re taking a stroll, keep an eye out for these plaques and feel free to chat with a business owner about their building. There’s a good chance they know a fun fact or two about its Automobile Row history!

Did you know Midtown Alley was originally known as Automobile Row? The 2.5 block strip was saturated with car distributors, dealerships, and service stations. Next time you’re taking a stroll, keep an eye out for these plaques and feel free to chat with a business owner about their building. There’s a good chance they know a fun fact or two about its Automobile Row history!

Midtown Alley

Did you know Midtown Alley was originally known as Automobile Row? The 2.5 block strip was saturated with car distributors, dealerships, and service stations. Next time you’re taking a stroll, keep an eye out for these plaques and feel free to chat with a business owner about their building. There’s a good chance they know a fun fact or two about its Automobile Row history!

Did you know Midtown Alley was originally known as Automobile Row? The 2.5 block strip was saturated with car distributors, dealerships, and service stations. Next time you’re taking a stroll, keep an eye out for these plaques and feel free to chat with a business owner about their building. There’s a good chance they know a fun fact or two about its Automobile Row history! Olive Street, Historical Images, The Row, Fun Facts, Automobile, Eye, History, Business, Building

Midtown Alley

Did you know Midtown Alley was originally known as Automobile Row? The 2.5 block strip was saturated with car distributors, dealerships, and service stations. Next time you’re taking a stroll, keep an eye out for these plaques and feel free to chat with a business owner about their building. There’s a good chance they know a fun fact or two about its Automobile Row history!

Did you know Midtown Alley was originally known as Automobile Row? The 2.5 block strip was saturated with car distributors, dealerships, and service stations. Next time you’re taking a stroll, keep an eye out for these plaques and feel free to chat with a business owner about their building. There’s a good chance they know a fun fact or two about its Automobile Row history!

Midtown Alley

Did you know Midtown Alley was originally known as Automobile Row? The 2.5 block strip was saturated with car distributors, dealerships, and service stations. Next time you’re taking a stroll, keep an eye out for these plaques and feel free to chat with a business owner about their building. There’s a good chance they know a fun fact or two about its Automobile Row history!

Did you know Midtown Alley was originally known as Automobile Row? The 2.5 block strip was saturated with car distributors, dealerships, and service stations. Next time you’re taking a stroll, keep an eye out for these plaques and feel free to chat with a business owner about their building. There’s a good chance they know a fun fact or two about its Automobile Row history!

Midtown Alley

Did you know Midtown Alley was originally known as Automobile Row? The 2.5 block strip was saturated with car distributors, dealerships, and service stations. Next time you’re taking a stroll, keep an eye out for these plaques and feel free to chat with a business owner about their building. There’s a good chance they know a fun fact or two about its Automobile Row history!

3333 Locust Street - View from 1916 of the building that currently sits to the left of Flying Cow.

Missouri Historical Society