Ups and Downs

If you are so inclined, here are some steps seen around town:

On East Vickery Boulevard, stone steps to nowhere: The house on the hill was demolished years ago.

A kinder fate for this house (1926) on South Adams Street.

The central library (1978).

Stumped? These steps are located in the middle of the 2,976-feet-long West Lancaster Avenue bridge (1938) over the Trinity River. They allow pedestrians—and determined cyclists—to get to and from Trinity Park without having to go all the way to the end of the bridge.

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