Pedestrians are unlikely to know that the stone steps once led to a grand mansion.
One sad rowhouse is all that's left of a residential neighborhood
The worn pavement reveals the silvery glint of the track from the long shuttered trolley route
The abandoned lower height platform for the old street-level trolleys
The filled in holes in masonry are what's left from a sign or perhaps metal facade
A few bricks and some masonry details from a demolished store cling to its extant neighbor
Relief sculptures still stand in a dirty alleyway, outliving anyone who knew their provenance.
The shadows of bricked up windows remain visible.
A fragment of a "Toynbee Tile" is still visible