Hart Crane Memorial Park Cleveland Ohio Monument Merwin Avenue Columbus RoadHart Crane Memorial Park Cleveland Ohio Monument Merwin Avenue Columbus RoadHart Crane Memorial Park Cleveland Ohio Monument Merwin Avenue Columbus RoadHart Crane Memorial Park Cleveland Ohio Monument Merwin Avenue Columbus RoadHart Crane Memorial Park Cleveland Ohio Monument Merwin Avenue Columbus RoadView of the Flats, the Lorain Carnegie Bridge and the innerbelt out a window of the Terminal Tower.© Carolyn S. Murray 2006The fire station in the Flats of Cleveland, next to the Eagle Avenue bridge (which is currently not in use.)© Carolyn S. Murray 2006You get quite a view from the Terminal Tower.© Carolyn S. Murray 2006If you look closely, you'll see two rowers in the Cuyahoga River.© Carolyn S. Murray 2006A summer thunderstorm rolling off of Lake Erie -- over downtown Cleveland.© Carolyn S. Murray 2006Cleveland is definitely a city of bridges.  You'll see five bridges in this shot alone.© Carolyn S. Murray 2006The escalators and stairs in Tower City -- which is a retail area in the lower level of Cleveland's Terminal Tower.© Carolyn S. Murray 2006The Public Square entrance into the Terminal Tower has seven large arches, opening into the portico which is finished with walls of Botticino marble and the floors of Tennessee marble.© Carolyn S. MurThe new steeple on the Old Stone Church in downtown Cleveland, Ohio.  Behind the church is 75 Public Square, and behind that is 55 Public Square.© Carolyn S. Murray 2006The granite eagles high atop the old U.S. Court House.  The federal emphasis of the building is symbolized by the depiction of the eagle, a national symbol, in various mediums granite, wood, plaster,The city skyline.© Carolyn S. Murray 2006Building facades on Euclid Avenue in downtown Cleveland, Ohio.© Carolyn S. Murray 2006The reflection of the Terminal Tower in the Illuminating Building.© Carolyn S. Murray 2006One of the interesting faces adorning the old U.S. Court House.  This stately granite building, the work of renowned architect Arnold W. Brunner, was dedicated in 1911.  It is now known as the HowardA side entrance to the old U.S. Court House.© Carolyn S. Murray 2006