Monday, February 28, 2011

Valley Center, Kansas

Valley Center, Kansas is an interesting town north of Wichita, and seems to have been built largely around the 1910's or 20's, as there is an abundance of Arts and Crafts bungalows throughout the center of town. I really like this house, which actually has a port cochere, a rarity on this style of house.This cement block building on Main Street anchors this corner of the downtown, across from a massive grain elevator.I really like this stream-lined, Art Deco brick building which also faces Main Street.This cemetery, to the east of town, sits in the shadow of a water tower and interstate.

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