The Anthony Wayne Bridge, aka the High Level Bridge, is one of Toledo’s most enduring structures and probably always will be.
Toledo Express Airport, which has never lived up to expectations, opened with fanfare in 1954.
Quite possibly the only visit by royalty to Toledo happened in November 1953, when the King and Queen of Greece spent a day in the Glass City.
The 1908 Encampment of the Grand Army of the Republic was possibly Toledo’s biggest convention ever.
Toledo, like the rest of the country, fondly embraced John Denver and his music, despite a certain song he performed about the city.
The Fiberglas tower is seeing some new life, but a lot of hopes were pinned on its construction.
Let’s take a quick trip around Toledo and have something to eat, circa 1980.