Tom Horsman@TomHorsmanSanduskian. Native Clevelander. City planner turned communications guy. Car-free. Interests:🚲🚅🚃🚌⚾️,city flags & local fast food chains. Opinions are my own. Sandusky Joined May 2009
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The beautiful Kaye E. Barker coming in this morning as Sandusky's first freighter of the 2023 shipping season.
@MikeBradleyMKE To rehabilitate the whole thing and connect them, you’d basically have to re-dig most of the system. For the part through the @CVNPNPS that’s still intact in parts, I’d love if they did boat recreation like in England traveltips.usatoday.com/england-canal-…
@MikeBradleyMKE Ohio’s tow big canals, the Ohio & Erie and Miami & Erie, were both heavily damaged from the 1913 floods and abandoned after. Only small sections of them still exist today.
Downtown Sandusky @DwntwnSandusky3 days ago
Happy first day of spring!☀️
@Eric_Erins Cool little town. They have a great old rail viaduct too. Went there for the first time last year twitter.com/tomhorsman/sta…
CtyGrl Photography @CtyGrlPhoto3 days ago
It's crazy to think that the entire empty slot in the distance will be filled with the new Sherwin-Williams building! #Cleveland
Michael Collier @MikeACollier3 days ago
Had to swing by Cleveland’s newest attraction and see for myself. twitter.com/kellydweather/…
The best place to celebrate St. Paddy’s Day ☘️🇮🇪 @DalysPubSand
@dufr01 Oh I’m sure there are good ones in New York and other big cities
Any time I get a corned beef sandwich outside of Cleveland, it’s always a disappointment
Scott Suttell @ssuttell7 days ago
Studies "consistently find that cities that have stadiums are not any wealthier," says economist @jc_bradbury. "They don't have any more jobs. They don't have higher income. They don't earn higher wages than cities without them." Via @JoeScalzo01. crainscleveland.com/sports-busines…
To be fair, there was one fewer station back then as E 34-Campus didn’t exist yet.
In 1955, the trip from Public Square to Windermere was scheduled to take 18 minutes.
In 2023, that same trip is scheduled to take …19 minutes.
68 years ago today, Cleveland’s first and only heavy rail transit line opened. Originally running between Windermere & Union Terminal, it expanded to W 117th later that year.
Happy bday to the @GCRTA Red Line.
@joeschwarten @clmwalkscle @jackbranca @jsteirer Yeah I’m pretty sure CPL can scan large sized documents for pretty cheap
@CSteinemann @jeremyzorek @WhitStillman @Wawa @milesintransit1 Wawa is an eastern PA thing, and also in Jersey, Maryland, few other spots. You won’t see any in New England or NY
In the past 5 months, we have seen 3 major derailments in Ohio—we need to think big about modern rail—improving rail safety, giving people more transportation options, and expanding access to national and global markets are critical to our nation’s future. toledoblade.com/opinion/letter…
@colinflanaganOH Looks about right
Let us celebrate the recently named “Best Coastal Small Town” in America—Sandusky, Ohio.
This big accomplishment for a small Ohio town, represents the best of America. Sandusky translates to “cold water,” but its residents are some of the warmest people you will ever meet.
Tbh, idk how Sandusky won Best Coastal Small Town without having a @CheckersRallys twitter.com/Courier429/sta…
@clmwalkscle @jsteirer No, I wish
@clmwalkscle @jsteirer This is the full 2007 system map: drive.google.com/file/d/1K4QwCA…
@clmwalkscle @jsteirer Altho, when I lived in downtown Cle, I did appreciate having a direct route to Steelyard, albeit on the 81, which wasn’t great.
@clmwalkscle @jsteirer Yup. This is from a 2007 system map. Was much better back then