Ahhh, Lake Newport. A peaceful and screne environment where the sound of geese, birds,crickets and leaping fish sooth the soul.
A view westbound of the Madison Expressway (Rt422) taken from the bridge at Covington Street. This is an extremely dangerous stretch of the freeway. In cold weather Black Ice forms on the curve and many drivers find themselves engaged with a barrier or pole.
The rearside of Stambaugh Auditorium and parking lot.
This is another of the Penguines from the Penguine Parade. It is located within the entrance to the Mahoning County Main Public Library in Youngstown at the corner of Wick Ave and Rayen Ave.
An unusual designed building located on a hillside in downtown Youngstown, each side of the parimiter of the building looks different.
One of the many Penguines from the Penguine Parade which can be found around town. This one is located at the new county office buildings on Federal Street. http://www.ysu.edu/penguinparade/
A blast of the past. What you see is the frame structure of a Blast Furnace and a representation of the work area platform with two men of a large crew who toil beside the molten "pig iron" that came out and ran a distance in a trench to an opening in the floor, spilling into a rail container below, to be taken for further processing into steel products.
A side street with many interesting shops, galleries and businesses.
A view from the medical complex on Parmalee Ave looking east. In the far background lies Wick Park a wounderous green space on Youngstown's Northside. In the far background to the right is Stambaugh Auditorium where various events are held throughout the year.