Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Dr. Martin Luther King Dr, North St. Louis

Natural Bridge has some amazing buildings on it, and unfortunately, it took a tornado for me to realize it.Contrary to public perception, people do care about their neighborhood up this way, and these buildings were occupied when the tornado hit.Were they occupied by the Cheesecake Factory or Houlihans? No, but they sold some interesting stuff.For example, where else in St. Louis can you buy a bidet right on the sidewalk in front of a business?No, I did not buy it. Let's not forget that there were many victims of high winds and the tornado all over St. Louis, and not just in Sunset Hills.

6 comments:

  1. Your photos appear to be from Dr. Martin Luther King not Natural Bridge.

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  2. Used to be called St. Charles Rock Road. I like that name.

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    1. Wasn't it Easton Avenue right through here?

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  3. Good name for that road but the buildings are really looks old.

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