Dick Weber St. Louis Walk of Fame Delmar Loop

Earlier this year I spent a good part of day recording various locations and landmarks in Delmar Loop neighborhood. The Dick Weber plaque caught my eye do to a well known bowler I know.

Recorded March 14th 2018

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Solar phone chargers battery packs flash lights LED light bulbs Solar panels Tankless water heaters Water barrels

Electric Bike Bicycles Electric Foldable Recumbent Tricycle Motocross Bikes Scooters

Fitz’s Rootbeer Delmar Loop St Louis

Loop Trolley Building Delmar St Louis

BMW i3 Delmar St Louis

Portland Vintage Trolleys St Louis MetroLink Delmar Loop Trolley

Loop Trolley 1351 Missouri History Museum Forest Park St. Louis

Ginger Bistro Located In The Delmar Loop St. Louis MO – restaurant has been closed for a number of years.

Delmar Forest Park Loop Trolley construction St. Louis

St. Louis Walk of Fame – Dick Weber

Dick Weber was a bowling professional and a founding member of the Professional Bowlers Association (PBA)

Any bowler who was around in 1989 will never forget that year’s American Bowling Congress Tournament The untold story of why scores soared at the 1989 ABC Tournament

The Loop offers six blocks of exhilarating one-of-a-kind shops, restaurants, art galleries, live music, café culture, and the St. Louis Walk of Fame.

The Loop Trolley is a 2.2-mile fixed-route electric trolley in St. Louis and University City which will link the Delmar Loop, one of America’s Great Streets, to the world-renowned Forest Park.

Delmar Loop, often referred to by St. Louis residents simply as The Loop, is an entertainment, cultural and restaurant district

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