To conclude #TBT we share news of a wonderful walking tour to a part of town that ALMOST NOBODY can afford.
Even worse . . . Not only is this enclave overpriced . . . It's not nearly as safe as it was back with this photo was first taken.
Still, this note is nice for tonight . . .
"Here’s your chance to learn about Brookside and how it began as part of the Wornall family farm. The Wornall House is sponsoring the event on Saturday June 4 from 10am-4pm. You’ll walk through neighborhoods and the commercial district, learning all about how Brookside got started..and how much it’s changed through the years."
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com link . . .
Check out this photo--Brookside as it looked over 100 years ago! Women wore long, dark heavy clothes and the men wore hats..electricity was not all that common and Brookside was considered to be so far away from downtown! Here's your chance to learn about Brookside and how it began as part of the Wornall family...
Developing . . .