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So afraid of these! White rollercoaster was my first attempt to get over this fear :) Alyssa Smith

uncertain-frontier: 82 Alfred St, Brush Park, Detroit by Equinox27 on Flickr. This one still stands and is occupied on the west end of Alfred Street. It was built for JP Donaldson in the 1870’s, relatively early for Brush Park. For a time it was used as a boarding house and is now again a single family residence. It appears to be intact on the exterior at least!UPDATE

291 Winder Street, Brush Park, Detroit It was raining when I took this shot of a house on Winder Street. I think there had been a fire in it but there it stood like so many others, not really salvagable but not torn down. Now it's gone.

Merrill Fountain Palmer Park Detroit, I don't know when this fountain stopped working. I remember playing in it as a child.. a long, long time ago.

This enormous tire was used as a Ferris wheel at the 1964-1965 World's Fair before being moved back to Allen Park, Mich.

My current hometown. Beautiful Wyandotte Michigan. The Detroit River from the pier @ Bishop Park

Renaissance Center, Detroit, MI - though if you're actually from the area, you ALWAYS call it the Ren Cen :)