Showing posts with label Kansas City. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Kansas City. Show all posts

Wednesday, July 8, 2020

Summer Night West Bottoms


Image taken from Case Park. 

Saturday, June 1, 2019

High, But Not That High

This morning the Missouri River at Kansas City, hit a crest of 36.4 feet.  Highest crest since 1993, when the crest was 48.9 feet.   Some pix below.... The only black and white is 1993.

Above, today, below July 1993.  Use the dome for comparison. 


The shot above show the Missouri River behind/north of the Downtown Airport and in front/south.



 Above, Kaw Point.   On this day, none of the Lewis and Clark statue is visible.

Monday, April 1, 2019

Wards Building To Be New Jail

The old Montgomery Wards Building, 1906, will be renovated to make it the new County/City jail.  The County Legislature and City Council have approved the conversion to be complete in late 2021.  Inmates will also be used to fulfill catalogue orders.

Wednesday, August 1, 2018

A Kaw Point Sunset (With Mars)

A view of the Kansas City skyline from Kaw Point in Kansas City, Kansas.  Mars is visible as the point of light over the Bartle Pylons.  

Friday, November 24, 2017

Kan Kan Restore



Got to photograph this delightful little property in a part of the Greater Kansas City area that I didn't know existed.   The back yard runs right up to the State Line... https://eric-iman.squarespace.com



                                          Eric and Erica did most of the work themselves.




                               This side of the back fence is Kansas, the other side is Missouri.  
























Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Historic Northeast Mansions - Volume 12 - 512 Gladstone Boulevard.

 All I know about this home is that it was built in 1885 and was just north on the Street from the
from the D.O. Smart residence.  It was classified in writings as a brick, New Amsterdam style residence, with a stepped parapet gable built by Martin E. Tomlinson for an unknown owner.  Tomlinson was also the builder for the Scarritt-Royster residence.



 At any rate, here it is... it's being renovated and is for sale.   Contact Eric B. and Associates for further information.   http://www.ericbsellskc.com