First Presbyterian Church in downtown Duluth is an historic site. The church is one of Duluth’s most prominent Romanesque buildings. Tiffany stained glass windows are part of the uniqueness of this building. The woodworking in the interior is also fabulous. (I was there to attend a memorial.) Here are some other photos I’ve posted on this blog over the years http://www.duluthdailyphoto.com/first-presbyterian-steeple/, http://www.duluthdailyphoto.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/08/13-08-15-Steeple.jpg and http://www.duluthdailyphoto.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/2013-June-2-Towers-IMG_3372.jpg
This photo was taken last year aboard the trolley. My husband showed his cousin the sites while aboard the trolley. She had never really seen Superior Street. She enjoyed seeing Fitger’s.
This photo was taken at the downtown public library at about 8 p.m. Notice it is already pitch dark. We took a class at the YMCA and by time we got out it was dark (about 7: 30) September is nice, but I’m not looking forward to the early darkness. Time to start up the Vitamin D supplements. I rode the bus home and there was another detour on 2nd Avenue West. And when I got off the bus my partner and I had to navigate construction barrels and cones.
- The 2nd floor central and right window bays were lost in a renovation of the base, seeking to unite this building with its much taller neighbor.
- It shares a canopy with the another building which is has 16 floors.
- Click here to learn which building.
This link shows a historical photo from Sheldon Aubut’s Duluth History