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Written by Steve Lackmeyer   
Sunday, 28 June 2009 16:09

So where do we start?

Over at www.newsok.com, you can catch my story (with great photos and videos) on this week's 10th anniversary of the Bricktown Canal. You can also learn about the wonderful Barney Hillermand photo collection at the Oklahoma Historical Society thanks to a story by Max Nichols.

My good friend Doug Loudenback, meanwhile, has posted photos of our visit to Union Station at www.dougdawg.blogspot.com and also has given the city a birthday gift - a full scan of the out-of-print book "The Story of Oklahoma City" by Angelo Scott.

I can't begin to keep up with the amount of videos and photo essays being posted by the guys at www.abandonedok.com. I would direct your attention to a couple, however, that Jack and I will be soon updating with our own insights soon. They include a look Lincoln Plaza, Lonestar School and the Walcourt Apartments.

Finally, our friend Dennis Church has launched a great photo website, www.iconoklahoma.blogspot.com, that is definitely worth a look.