Posted on February 06, 2013 at 9:00:56 am by Shane G.

Fort Wayne’s Famous Coney Island - What’s not to Love?

Now this place you’ve got to see. Fort Wayne’s Famous Coney Island sold its first hotdog in September of 1914, and in the nearly 100 years since then, generations of Fort Wayne residents have come to consider it not just a restaurant, but a tradition. But it's status as a cultural landmark ... More ›

Posted on September 27, 2012 at 10:00:10 am by Shane G.

Columbia Street West: The Spirit of the Landing

If you’ve read any of my other posts, you might remember that the quaint little enclave in the heart of the city known as The Landing is my primary subject of interest. And you might remember that in a past life the same area was once an electric railway hub called Transfer Station and many ... More ›
So you’re planning a trip to Fort Wayne, and you’re curious as to where is the best place to spend a night out on the town. Ask anyone, and their succinct reply would be “The Landing.” Why The Landing, you ask? Not only will you get a taste of some excellent local cuisine but the local music ... More ›

If you’re reading this, you’re probably thinking about visiting Fort Wayne. And maybe, just maybe, urban railways are an interest of yours. If so, close your eyes and picture this: the time is circa 1927, and the place is the main transfer station for a bustling city’s electric railway

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