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Arnold's Bar circa 1891 (at 210 8th Street ) has a clear claim to oldest continuously operating restaurant / bar in Cincinnati in the same location with the same name.

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Riverfest fireworks in Cincinnati. always fantastic

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Cincinnati, Ohio Slums 1930's

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Cincinnati, Queen City of the West, in 1876. Located on the north bank of the OHIO where the river sweeps in a wide curve to the east, Cincinnati was a natural terminal point and gateway to the intricate navigable waterways of the Mississippi Basin. A historic 1,057-foot suspension bridge, designed and built by the famous John Roebling, was opened in 1867. It joins Cincinnati by road to its sister city, Covington, Kentucky.

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Eden Park

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kentucky revoling restraunt - Google Search

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Older view with old riverfront stadium

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Travellodge, Newport, Kentucky

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'Police Women of Cincinnati'

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Purple People Bridge

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Island Queen Coney Island Dock

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Fountain Square, Cincinnati

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Past Time Playhouse with Bob Schreve. Late night tv at it's best :)

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old pictures of newport ky | ... Wiedemann Brewery reopens at 601 Columbia Street in Newport Kentucky

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Pinner says: If you like vintage signs you MUST CHECK OUT the American Sign Museum in Cincinnati OH - they just moved into a new space and it's AMAZING! (my photos are from the old spot and still pretty cool)

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Cincinnati's Forgotten Subway System ~ more history of the building and abandonment of this subway: http://www.cincinnati-transit.net/subway.html

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"Ghost Ship" in a creek near Cincinnati off Ohio river. The "Circle Line V" was launched on April 12, 1902 as the "Celt" and has had a long and interesting history before being ground in the creek off the final owner's property in 1986. It rots there to this day. More info at: http://queencitydiscovery.blogspot.com/2013/03/the-ghost-ship.html

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Not many people know this, but there are over five hundred documented Underground Railroad sites in the state of Ohio. and an Underground Railroad Museum in Cincinnati

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Alms & Doepke Building, Cincinnati

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Janis Joplin. This picture was taken at Summer Fair in Eden Park, Cincinnati, Ohio.

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Home (r) of Charles McMicken. When he died in 1858, he gave $1 million to the city to found a university. McMicken Hall (l) was built in 1875 From 1896-1917 it was the medical college. Commuters on the adjacent trolley complained of medical students' habit of waving dismembered arms & legs out the windows at the female passengers as the trolleys passed. Next to the school was the Schoenling Brewery where the freezer was used for both cadavers and beer.

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Cincinnati History Infographic

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American Sign Museum in Cincinnati

American Sign Museum, Cincinnati, OH

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