Inquiring PhotographerWhat is your favorite Sidney landmark?


Mary Jo McClain, of Sidney. “The Big 4 Bridge. I just think it’s unique. I watched a whole documentary on how it was built.”

Mary Jo McClain, of Sidney. “The Big 4 Bridge. I just think it’s unique. I watched a whole documentary on how it was built.”


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Julie Niekamp, of Sidney. “The old CSX train depot on Chestnut Avenue. I like hearing the trains. I like the historical aspect of it.”


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Michael Hilgefort, of Sidney. “The Big 4 Bridge, kind of nostalgic for Sidney I’d say.”


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Lisa Sparks, of Sidney. “The Murphy Store where Brew Nation is now located. When we always visited our grandparents we could walk to the Murphy Store and buy our penny candy and toys from downstairs. We lived on a farm so when we came into town it was a big deal to walk to a store.”


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Mary Jo McClain, of Sidney. “The Big 4 Bridge. I just think it’s unique. I watched a whole documentary on how it was built.”

Julie Niekamp, of Sidney. “The old CSX train depot on Chestnut Avenue. I like hearing the trains. I like the historical aspect of it.”

Michael Hilgefort, of Sidney. “The Big 4 Bridge, kind of nostalgic for Sidney I’d say.”

Lisa Sparks, of Sidney. “The Murphy Store where Brew Nation is now located. When we always visited our grandparents we could walk to the Murphy Store and buy our penny candy and toys from downstairs. We lived on a farm so when we came into town it was a big deal to walk to a store.”

Mary Jo McClain, of Sidney. “The Big 4 Bridge. I just think it’s unique. I watched a whole documentary on how it was built.”
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2016/08/web1_SDN082716InqLandmark4.jpgMary Jo McClain, of Sidney. “The Big 4 Bridge. I just think it’s unique. I watched a whole documentary on how it was built.” Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Julie Niekamp, of Sidney. “The old CSX train depot on Chestnut Avenue. I like hearing the trains. I like the historical aspect of it.”
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2016/08/web1_SDN082716InqLandmark3.jpgJulie Niekamp, of Sidney. “The old CSX train depot on Chestnut Avenue. I like hearing the trains. I like the historical aspect of it.” Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Michael Hilgefort, of Sidney. “The Big 4 Bridge, kind of nostalgic for Sidney I’d say.”
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2016/08/web1_SDN082716InqLandmark2.jpgMichael Hilgefort, of Sidney. “The Big 4 Bridge, kind of nostalgic for Sidney I’d say.” Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Lisa Sparks, of Sidney. “The Murphy Store where Brew Nation is now located. When we always visited our grandparents we could walk to the Murphy Store and buy our penny candy and toys from downstairs. We lived on a farm so when we came into town it was a big deal to walk to a store.”
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2016/08/web1_SDN082716InqLandmark1.jpgLisa Sparks, of Sidney. “The Murphy Store where Brew Nation is now located. When we always visited our grandparents we could walk to the Murphy Store and buy our penny candy and toys from downstairs. We lived on a farm so when we came into town it was a big deal to walk to a store.” Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News