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Postman’s Park

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Before my wonderful camera – which I purchased from Herman, who had lent it to me when I went to Ireland the first time – went to the big photomat in the sky, I took these pictures of Postman’s Park. It was envisioned as a memorial to those average people who died while saving the lives of others. The memorials went up in the late 1800s, and only lasted for a few years. However, they added another tile to the memorial in 2007.

You may recognize the first picture – Alice Ayers – if you’ve seen a production of (or the movie) “Closer.”

Stay tuned for some pictures of the neighborhood. It’s pretty interesting around here – a variety of architecture styles and cool winding streets and alleys.

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