Showing posts with label Historic Northeast Kansas City Missouri.. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Historic Northeast Kansas City Missouri.. Show all posts

Sunday, November 27, 2016

A Misty Walk In The Park

 Took a short walk in Kessler Park today.... very windy and misty.  Above, the Skyline, below, two  
                                                                       old residents

               Above, Scarritt Point above the East Bottoms.   Below, new stairs down to Cliff Drive.
                               Below, the Judge Wallace "Castle" from the West.

Thursday, November 10, 2016

Sunday, January 31, 2016


This is one of those photographs that you have to wait for.   I decided that these trees on the hill would look really good after a good snow.  So, after it had snowed for a while I went to Kessler Park just west of the Kansas City Museum.  I used a 4x5 view camera for the shot and hiked in a big circle so I wouldn't put any tracks in the shot.  This was taken in 1993.  A scanned black and white negative.

Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Romanesque Revival?

 That's the style I'm calling Our Lady Of Peace for now.   Would welcome correction.  Parish established in the late 1800s.. this structure was built early 1900s.   Mostly granite.  It's really not as scary as these first two shots indicate... but it lends itself to spookiness none-the-less.   Formerly Saint Stephens, it is still an active and vital parish.

Monday, February 18, 2013

Historic Northeast Mini-Mansions Volume 3

This 1895 home has been totally restored inside and out with a modern look and 19th Century charm. Very spacious.  
 All of the staircase is original.. in the entry hall... below the living room .

 Above the dining room with fireplace and pocket door entry to the utility room (below).

 Modern kitchen and bathroom...
 Four bedrooms..... the owners have no information on who the original owners might have been.

                                                                 Second floor bathroom.
                                             Below...the third floor is finished and is huge.....
 Staircase above looking down to the landing....  below, view from the landing to the hallway..

This home is on the market:      ( 3204 East 12th Street )

Thursday, January 10, 2013

Foggy Day

A few taken during today's fog.   Above the Richardson Graham Memorial Bridge over Anderson Avenue.
All images Copyright David Remley 2013
Lexington Avenue Bridge in the background with North Terrace Lake, foreground.

Cliff Drive
Cottonwoods on Reservoir Hill