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A Tour Of Poor Dayton - Dayton View (Audubon Park)
Discuss anything about my community by joining my forum www.youtube.com Dayton has one road that is in reality a walkway. It's called Audubon Park. This the only pedestrian street in Dayton. This road leads from Meredith Avenue to North Broadway Avenue. If you want to see the pictures of the street visit the blog site: daytonology.blogspot.com Thanks to Daytonology for the inspiration. Courts are pedestrian streets, built in the early 20th century, and are pretty rare. Dayton has one, Audubon Court, in Lower Dayton View. Basically the houses face each other over a lawn and walkway instead of a street. Parking would be in rear garages. If you are interested in the Tours Of Poor Dayton, see them here or on my other profile at youtube.com Thanks for viewing and post your comments at the bottom. FAQ- The reason why I call this A Tour of Poor Dayton is because of the area's declining population, people losing jobs, boarded homes, businesses closing and economic turmoil in Montgomery, Miami and Greene Counties. And mostly Ohio in general. I am giving those who have never been to Dayton a chance to understand the plight of manufacturing communities. So that will put to rest any questions of why I titled the videos!