|These four photos are of Mill Creek, which runs through the Erie to Presque Isle Bay. When it reaches the street where I grew up it's funneled underground through the main part of the city. As a boy I spent countless hours playing somewhere along Mill Creek.|
|Magyar Park is a tribute to the Hungarian Uprising against Communism in 1956.
|This hammer and sickel placque appears to be from a building or monument. Perhaps they were brought here after Hungary won its independence. For more information about Hungary and its history click Hungary or Budapest or Hungarians.|
On the right is another view of Mill Creek
Erie's Ice Skating Arena
Glenwood Golf Course
|The golf course is named after someone now. I don't know who. In high sschool we ran crosscountry on this golf course. The photo above right shows the starting point and the hills to be climbed at the start of the race. These hills separated the good runners from the rest of the pack where I hung out.|
Below left is the downhill part of the course leading to the finish line. Below right is the entrance to the Erie Zoo.