History in Brick

Brick_squarePreserving historic brick sidewalks seems to be very important in our downtown area. How else to explain this strip of–interesting–shall we call it?–walkway on NW 4th Street? This deeply cherished, but oh-so-slightly neglected connection to treasured days of yore is located between N. Harvey Avenue and N. Hudson Avenue on the north side of NW 4th Street downtown.

 

Best Place to Walk a Long Way and See Absolutely Nothing Interesting

Boring
Skywalk from Children’s Hospital to Williams Pavillon

Skywalks prevent us from encountering hostile Oklahoma weather, and sometimes that is a wonderful thing.

Skywalks are also generally safe places for walking, in that there are no uneven or unpredictable walking surfaces. Almost anyone can make his/her way safely from one building to another, regardless of physical limitations.

What’s more, unlike sidewalks, no one seems to mind paying for skywalks.

The big white box on the left side approximately midway down this hallway, is a point of connection to a skywalk-in-progress.