Results tagged with 'Urban spelunking'
Published Feb. 11, 2016
Thanks to Milwaukeean and photographer Adam Levin, who found a treasure trove of old Kodachrome half-frame slides of Milwaukee in an antiques store, we can offer up these gorgeous photos of the city as it appeared in the 1970s.
Published Jan. 22, 2016
The history of Milwaukee lies below ground. About three stories below ground to be exact. That's where you'll find Milwaukee city records center, headed by Jacquelyn Block, and its stacks of boxes, the rolls of blueprints, the shelves of plat map books in which the quotidian history of the city is inscribed.
Published Jan. 7, 2016
Last spring, we went inside the former Concordia College campus in the Concordia neighborhood west of Downtown and saw some really cool buildings. The Forest County Potawatomi has since begun work on some of the buildings. Here are some photos of the ongoing work.
Published Jan. 5, 2016
If your visits to Greendale never take you beyond Broad Street in the heart of the village's quaint and historic downtown, you might miss the old grounds build and hose tower. Built in 1939, the attached structures have been renovated into a community space.
Published Dec. 17, 2015
For nearly 50 years, the Valley Power Plant, along the Menomonee River in the Valley, has provided electricity and Downtown steam by burning coal. Now that both units at the plant have been converted to natural gas, we went inside for a tour.
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