On another episode of the Incarnato Walking Tour, Chauncey and I walked through Printers Row. I've walked near this street before, but never down the strip that holds the iconic architecture. Every next doorstep we passed had a new story to tell. I almost brought my Canon on this walk but didn't, so my iPhone had to suffice, but captured a lot of the great stuff we came across!
At the end of the street is Dearborn Station which was build in 1885 and looks exactly like it did when it was built! If you walk inside, they still have the banners hanging that represent the different intercontinental train lines that used to arrive at the station. Savannah, Florida, Santa Fe, and so on.
Lastly, I wanted to walk through some of the Wabash Arts Corridor, which is a few stretches of blocks in the South Loop that has wall art on the buildings. I was reading that this summer they are expanding the wall art with tons of new artists from around the world!
And just for fun, Chauncey wanted to pose with this statue, which I thought was pretty funny. He really blends right in. :)