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The Chicago Harbor Lighthouse was constructed in 1893 for the World's Columbian Exposition and moved to its present site in 1919. The lighthouse stands at the end of the northern breakwater protecting the Chicago Harbor, to the east of Navy Pier and the mouth of the Chicago River.

 

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Navy Pier

Chicago, IL

Jan 2017

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Chicago, IL

July 2016

Tall Ships Festival 2016

 

Navy Pier

Chicago, IL

July 2016

 

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This morning proved to be the final morning of a particularly long and hard winter in Chicago.

 

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Chicago, IL

March 2015

Chicago, IL

February 2021

 

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Built in 1869, the Chicago Water Tower is a landmark building located on North Michigan Avenue in Chicago's Magnificent Mile shopping district. Built with Joliet-Lemont limestone, a popular building material in the city at the time, the tower stands 182.5 feet tall. The Gothic Revival style structure was the most iconic building left standing after the Great Chicago Fire of 1871.

 

According to one report that I read, the building survived the fire, along with the nearby Pumping Station, thanks to the efforts of a German immigrant fireman, Frank Trautman. He covered the buildings with woolen blankets and discarded canvas sails and kept the covers soaked in water, protecting it from the cinders and flaming debris as the rest of the city burned.

 

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Chicago River at the south end of the Magnificent Mile, looking southwest from the DuSable Bridge (or the Michigan Avenue Bridge) toward the Irv Kupcinet Bridge (or the Wabash Avenue Bridge) and the iconic Jewelers Building (a.k.a., the "Gotham City Courthouse") with its green scafolding, which has since been removed.

Nuit étoilée sur la tour Willis à Chicago...

Starry night on the Willis Tower in Chicago ...

 

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Chicago skyscrapers viewed from Lincoln Park South Pond on a hazy day.

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Chicago, IL

July 2016

Lincoln Park

Chicago, IL

Sept 2020

 

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Scanned from Kodak Ektar 100

Chicago, IL

July 2020

 

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Skyscrapers in Chicago in light and shade in the early morning sunshine.

View of Chicago from Lake Michigan, Illinois, USA.

Amazing city.

Scanned from Kodak Ektar 100

Chicago, IL

July 2020

 

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Chicago, IL

Feb 2014

 

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Chicago, IL

Nov 2016

Big John and Chicago North Skyline from Lake Michigan

 

The John Hancock Center is a 100-story, 1,128-foot supertall skyscraper located in Chicago, Illinois. Located in the Magnificent Mile district. (Wkp)

 

Le 875 North Michigan Avenue (anciennement appelé John Hancock Center) est un gratte-ciel situé au 875 North Michigan Avenue dans le quartier de Streeterville à Chicago, dans l'État de l'Illinois aux États-Unis. Il atteint 344 mètres de hauteur (100 étages) et fut dessiné par Bruce Graham. La flèche de l'antenne culmine à 456,9 mètres de hauteur. Il est familièrement appelé « Big John » par les Chicagoans.

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July 2019 - New Edition, Made and Uploaded 2021/03/31

Scanned from Kodak Ektar 100

Chicago, IL

July 2020

 

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