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OSF Saint Francis Medical Center.
A central Illinois sunset.
“Abraham Blue” by Doug and Eileen Leunig, Peoria County Courthouse.
Murals in Peoria’s Warehouse District.
Murals in Peoria’s Warehouse District.
Some Peoria kitsch, the “Uniroyal Lady.
Big Picture Initiative murals, downtown.
Entrance to Peoria Sculpture Walk, Washington Street.
Bradley Park, Japanese bridge.
Bradley University, Westlake Hall.
A craft brewery in Peoria.
A branch of the Peoria Public Library.
The Doug Oberhelman Caterpillar Visitors Center. 
Caterpillar's former world headquarters in Peoria.
Children’s Hospital of Illinois in Peoria.
CityLink mass transit commuter bus service.
Cornerstone Building, Obed & Isaac’s brew pub, Peoria.
The Peoria skyline.
Civic Center Plaza on Fulton Avenue, Peoria.
Dozer Park, home of the minor league Peoria Chiefs, the Class A affiliate of the St. Louis Cardinals.
Inside Dozer Park, statue of late local legend and former Peoria Chiefs owner Pete Vonachen, best
friend of sportscaster Harry Caray
Inside Dozer Park, a statue of late local legend and former Peoria Chiefs owner Pete Vonachen, bes tfriend of sportscaster Harry Caray.
The Levee District, East Peoria.
Eastport Marina riverfront condominiums, East Peoria.
A Frank Lloyd Wright-designed house near Bradley University.
Winter on Grandview Drive.
A neighborhood near North Side, Peoria.
Restaurant Row, a local foodie scene in Peoria Heights.
Historic Hotel Pere Marquette.
Washington Square, Washington.
UnityPoint Health Methodist hospital, Peoria.
Illinois Central College, East Peoria.
The Archer Daniels Midland plant, once the Hiram Walker Distillery.
Jefferson and Main.
McClugage Bridge.
Commerce Bank Building, originally First National Bank of Peoria, the most iconic and striking structure
on Peoria’s skyline
The Commerce Bank Building is the most iconic structure on Peoria’s skyline.
Peoria Ag Lab, birthplace of the mass production of penicillin.
Woodford County Courthouse, Eureka.
Spot at Peoria County Courthouse at which Abraham Lincoln is believed to have delivered his speech
opposing the extension of slavery in the United States
Spot at Peoria County Courthouse at which Abraham Lincoln is believed to have delivered his speech opposing the extension of slavery in the United States.
Bradley Hall, with statue of Bradley University founder Lydia Moss Bradley.
Metamora Square, Metamora.
Casa de Arte restaurant in the Warehouse District.
A statue commemorates Mother Teresa’s visit to Peoria, at St. Mary’s Cathedral.
One of Peoria's oldest commercial buildings is now an ice cream shop.
Mineral Springs Park, Pekin.
People gather at Thyme, a popular gastro pub in Peoria’s Warehouse District.
Peoria Charter bus.
Peoria City Hall.
Peoria Civic Center, home of the Bradley Braves and Peoria Rivermen.
Peoria Riverfront Museum, “American Gothic” by Seward Johnson.
Peoria Riverfront Museum.
Peoria Zoo, Glen Oak Park.
Main Street, Peoria, with historic Apollo Theater in foreground.
Peoria Civic Center, designed by renowned architect Philip Johnson, Sonar Tide sculpture by Ronald
Bladen in the foreground
Peoria Civic Center with the Sonar Tide sculpture by Ronald Bladen in the foreground.
Central Illinois is the pumpkin capital of America, and Morton hosts an annual Pumpkin Festival, among
the most popular in the area
Central Illinois is the pumpkin capital of America, and Morton hosts an annual Pumpkin Festival.
The Peoria area brags an extensive bike and hike trail system, with more miles to come. This is the Kellar
Branch Trail Bridge.
The Kellar Branch Trail Bridge.
The Kellar Branch Trail Bridge.
401 water tower.
Bradley University student housing.
Buehler Home, senior citizen housing in Peoria.
Forrest Hill Avenue, Peoria.
Grandview Drive, Peoria Heights.
The Knolls, 1940s-‘50s era planned subdivision, Peoria.
Moss Avenue in Peoria.
Blufftop home, Peoria.
Near North Side, older Peoria neighborhood.
Suburban neighborhood at dusk, Washington, Illinois.
Peoria’s Castle, Grandview Drive.
Public housing in Peoria.
Tree house in Peoria.
Bradley Park neighborhood, West Bluff, Peoria.
401 Water, riverfront lofts, Peoria.
Civic Center Plaza Apartments, downtown Peoria.
Greenhut Mansion, downtown Peoria.
Once Peoria’s elaborate train depot, the “River Station” is now a riverfront restaurant.
Much of the Peoria area is rural.
Bradley Hall gargoyle.
Bust of President Ronald Reagan at Eureka College, his alma mater, with chunk of the Berlin Wall in the
background
Bust of President Ronald Reagan at Eureka College, his alma mater, with a chunk of the Berlin Wall in the background. 
Peoria High School.
Scottish Rite Cathedral gargoyles.
Spirit of Peoria riverboat.
St. Mary’s Cathedral.
Scottish Rite Cathedral.
The autumn bluffs and river valley from Grandview Drive.
Grandview Drive.
Detweiller Park.
Autumn in central Illinois.
Autumn on Grandview Drive.
The Par-A-Dice riverboat casino, East Peoria.
Detweiller Park and Drive.
General Wayne A. Downing Peoria International Airport.
General Wayne A. Downing Peoria International Airport.
Murray Baker Bridge, I-74, into Peoria.
View of St. Mary's, Near North Side, from top of Scottish Rite, Peoria.
Warehouse District, Peoria.
Warehouse District, Peoria.
Barge carrying cargo down the Illinois River.
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OSF Saint Francis Medical Center. – Michael Bailey

A central Illinois sunset. – Michael Bailey

“Abraham Blue” by Doug and Eileen Leunig, Peoria County Courthouse. – Michael Bailey

Murals in Peoria’s Warehouse District. – Michael Bailey

Murals in Peoria’s Warehouse District. – Michael Bailey

Some Peoria kitsch, the “Uniroyal Lady." – Michael Bailey

Big Picture Initiative murals, downtown. – Michael Bailey

Entrance to Peoria Sculpture Walk, Washington Street. – Michael Bailey

Bradley Park, Japanese bridge. – Michael Bailey

Bradley University, Westlake Hall. – Michael Bailey

A craft brewery in Peoria. – Michael Bailey

A branch of the Peoria Public Library. – Michael Bailey

The Doug Oberhelman Caterpillar Visitors Center.  – Michael Bailey

Caterpillar's former world headquarters in Peoria. – Michael Bailey

Children’s Hospital of Illinois in Peoria. – Michael Bailey

CityLink mass transit commuter bus service. – Michael Bailey

Cornerstone Building, Obed & Isaac’s brew pub, Peoria. – Michael Bailey

The Peoria skyline. – Michael Bailey

Civic Center Plaza on Fulton Avenue, Peoria. – Michael Bailey

Dozer Park, home of the minor league Peoria Chiefs, the Class A affiliate of the St. Louis Cardinals. – Michael Bailey

Inside Dozer Park, statue of late local legend and former Peoria Chiefs owner Pete Vonachen, best friend of sportscaster Harry Caray Inside Dozer Park, a statue of late local legend and former Peoria Chiefs owner Pete Vonachen, bes tfriend of sportscaster Harry Caray. – Michael Bailey

The Levee District, East Peoria. – Michael Bailey

Eastport Marina riverfront condominiums, East Peoria. – Michael Bailey

A Frank Lloyd Wright-designed house near Bradley University. – Michael Bailey

Winter on Grandview Drive. – Michael Bailey

A neighborhood near North Side, Peoria. – Michael Bailey

Restaurant Row, a local foodie scene in Peoria Heights. – Michael Bailey

Historic Hotel Pere Marquette. – Michael Bailey

Washington Square, Washington. – Michael Bailey

UnityPoint Health Methodist hospital, Peoria. – Michael Bailey

Illinois Central College, East Peoria. – Michael Bailey

The Archer Daniels Midland plant, once the Hiram Walker Distillery. – Michael Bailey

Jefferson and Main. – Michael Bailey

McClugage Bridge. – Michael Bailey

Commerce Bank Building, originally First National Bank of Peoria, the most iconic and striking structure on Peoria’s skyline The Commerce Bank Building is the most iconic structure on Peoria’s skyline. – Michael Bailey

Peoria Ag Lab, birthplace of the mass production of penicillin. – Michael Bailey

Woodford County Courthouse, Eureka. – Michael Bailey

Spot at Peoria County Courthouse at which Abraham Lincoln is believed to have delivered his speech opposing the extension of slavery in the United States Spot at Peoria County Courthouse at which Abraham Lincoln is believed to have delivered his speech opposing the extension of slavery in the United States. – Michael Bailey

Bradley Hall, with statue of Bradley University founder Lydia Moss Bradley. – Michael Bailey

Metamora Square, Metamora. – Michael Bailey

Casa de Arte restaurant in the Warehouse District. – Michael Bailey

A statue commemorates Mother Teresa’s visit to Peoria, at St. Mary’s Cathedral. – Michael Bailey

One of Peoria's oldest commercial buildings is now an ice cream shop. – Michael Bailey

Mineral Springs Park, Pekin. – Michael Bailey

People gather at Thyme, a popular gastro pub in Peoria’s Warehouse District. – Michael Bailey

Peoria Charter bus. – Michael Bailey

Peoria City Hall. – Michael Bailey

Peoria Civic Center, home of the Bradley Braves and Peoria Rivermen. – Michael Bailey

Peoria Riverfront Museum, “American Gothic” by Seward Johnson. – Michael Bailey

Peoria Riverfront Museum. – Michael Bailey

Peoria Zoo, Glen Oak Park. – Michael Bailey

Main Street, Peoria, with historic Apollo Theater in foreground. – Michael Bailey

Peoria Civic Center, designed by renowned architect Philip Johnson, Sonar Tide sculpture by Ronald Bladen in the foreground Peoria Civic Center with the Sonar Tide sculpture by Ronald Bladen in the foreground. – Michael Bailey

Central Illinois is the pumpkin capital of America, and Morton hosts an annual Pumpkin Festival, among the most popular in the area Central Illinois is the pumpkin capital of America, and Morton hosts an annual Pumpkin Festival. – Michael Bailey

The Peoria area brags an extensive bike and hike trail system, with more miles to come. This is the Kellar Branch Trail Bridge. The Kellar Branch Trail Bridge. – Michael Bailey

The Kellar Branch Trail Bridge. – Michael Bailey

401 water tower. – Michael Bailey

Bradley University student housing. – Michael Bailey

Buehler Home, senior citizen housing in Peoria. – Michael Bailey

Forrest Hill Avenue, Peoria. – Michael Bailey

Grandview Drive, Peoria Heights. – Michael Bailey

The Knolls, 1940s-‘50s era planned subdivision, Peoria. – Michael Bailey

Moss Avenue in Peoria. – Michael Bailey

Blufftop home, Peoria. – Michael Bailey

Near North Side, older Peoria neighborhood. – Michael Bailey

Suburban neighborhood at dusk, Washington, Illinois. – Michael Bailey

Peoria’s Castle, Grandview Drive. – Michael Bailey

Public housing in Peoria. – Michael Bailey

Tree house in Peoria. – Michael Bailey

Bradley Park neighborhood, West Bluff, Peoria. – Michael Bailey

401 Water, riverfront lofts, Peoria. – Michael Bailey

Civic Center Plaza Apartments, downtown Peoria. – Michael Bailey

Greenhut Mansion, downtown Peoria. – Michael Bailey

Once Peoria’s elaborate train depot, the “River Station” is now a riverfront restaurant. – Michael Bailey

Much of the Peoria area is rural. – Michael Bailey

Bradley Hall gargoyle. – Michael Bailey

Bust of President Ronald Reagan at Eureka College, his alma mater, with chunk of the Berlin Wall in the background Bust of President Ronald Reagan at Eureka College, his alma mater, with a chunk of the Berlin Wall in the background.  – Michael Bailey

Peoria High School. – Michael Bailey

Scottish Rite Cathedral gargoyles. – Michael Bailey

Spirit of Peoria riverboat. – Michael Bailey

St. Mary’s Cathedral. – Michael Bailey

Scottish Rite Cathedral. – Michael Bailey

The autumn bluffs and river valley from Grandview Drive. – Michael Bailey

Grandview Drive. – Michael Bailey

Detweiller Park. – Michael Bailey

Autumn in central Illinois. – Michael Bailey

Autumn on Grandview Drive. – Michael Bailey

The Par-A-Dice riverboat casino, East Peoria. – Michael Bailey

Detweiller Park and Drive. – Michael Bailey

General Wayne A. Downing Peoria International Airport. – Michael Bailey

General Wayne A. Downing Peoria International Airport. – Michael Bailey

Murray Baker Bridge, I-74, into Peoria. – Michael Bailey

View of St. Mary's, Near North Side, from top of Scottish Rite, Peoria. – Michael Bailey

Warehouse District, Peoria. – Michael Bailey

Warehouse District, Peoria. – Michael Bailey

Barge carrying cargo down the Illinois River. – Michael Bailey

OSF Saint Francis Medical Center.
A central Illinois sunset.
“Abraham Blue” by Doug and Eileen Leunig, Peoria County Courthouse.
Murals in Peoria’s Warehouse District.
Murals in Peoria’s Warehouse District.
Some Peoria kitsch, the “Uniroyal Lady.
Big Picture Initiative murals, downtown.
Entrance to Peoria Sculpture Walk, Washington Street.
Bradley Park, Japanese bridge.
Bradley University, Westlake Hall.
A craft brewery in Peoria.
A branch of the Peoria Public Library.
The Doug Oberhelman Caterpillar Visitors Center. 
Caterpillar's former world headquarters in Peoria.
Children’s Hospital of Illinois in Peoria.
CityLink mass transit commuter bus service.
Cornerstone Building, Obed & Isaac’s brew pub, Peoria.
The Peoria skyline.
Civic Center Plaza on Fulton Avenue, Peoria.
Dozer Park, home of the minor league Peoria Chiefs, the Class A affiliate of the St. Louis Cardinals.
Inside Dozer Park, statue of late local legend and former Peoria Chiefs owner Pete Vonachen, best
friend of sportscaster Harry Caray
Inside Dozer Park, a statue of late local legend and former Peoria Chiefs owner Pete Vonachen, bes tfriend of sportscaster Harry Caray.
The Levee District, East Peoria.
Eastport Marina riverfront condominiums, East Peoria.
A Frank Lloyd Wright-designed house near Bradley University.
Winter on Grandview Drive.
A neighborhood near North Side, Peoria.
Restaurant Row, a local foodie scene in Peoria Heights.
Historic Hotel Pere Marquette.
Washington Square, Washington.
UnityPoint Health Methodist hospital, Peoria.
Illinois Central College, East Peoria.
The Archer Daniels Midland plant, once the Hiram Walker Distillery.
Jefferson and Main.
McClugage Bridge.
Commerce Bank Building, originally First National Bank of Peoria, the most iconic and striking structure
on Peoria’s skyline
The Commerce Bank Building is the most iconic structure on Peoria’s skyline.
Peoria Ag Lab, birthplace of the mass production of penicillin.
Woodford County Courthouse, Eureka.
Spot at Peoria County Courthouse at which Abraham Lincoln is believed to have delivered his speech
opposing the extension of slavery in the United States
Spot at Peoria County Courthouse at which Abraham Lincoln is believed to have delivered his speech opposing the extension of slavery in the United States.
Bradley Hall, with statue of Bradley University founder Lydia Moss Bradley.
Metamora Square, Metamora.
Casa de Arte restaurant in the Warehouse District.
A statue commemorates Mother Teresa’s visit to Peoria, at St. Mary’s Cathedral.
One of Peoria's oldest commercial buildings is now an ice cream shop.
Mineral Springs Park, Pekin.
People gather at Thyme, a popular gastro pub in Peoria’s Warehouse District.
Peoria Charter bus.
Peoria City Hall.
Peoria Civic Center, home of the Bradley Braves and Peoria Rivermen.
Peoria Riverfront Museum, “American Gothic” by Seward Johnson.
Peoria Riverfront Museum.
Peoria Zoo, Glen Oak Park.
Main Street, Peoria, with historic Apollo Theater in foreground.
Peoria Civic Center, designed by renowned architect Philip Johnson, Sonar Tide sculpture by Ronald
Bladen in the foreground
Peoria Civic Center with the Sonar Tide sculpture by Ronald Bladen in the foreground.
Central Illinois is the pumpkin capital of America, and Morton hosts an annual Pumpkin Festival, among
the most popular in the area
Central Illinois is the pumpkin capital of America, and Morton hosts an annual Pumpkin Festival.
The Peoria area brags an extensive bike and hike trail system, with more miles to come. This is the Kellar
Branch Trail Bridge.
The Kellar Branch Trail Bridge.
The Kellar Branch Trail Bridge.
401 water tower.
Bradley University student housing.
Buehler Home, senior citizen housing in Peoria.
Forrest Hill Avenue, Peoria.
Grandview Drive, Peoria Heights.
The Knolls, 1940s-‘50s era planned subdivision, Peoria.
Moss Avenue in Peoria.
Blufftop home, Peoria.
Near North Side, older Peoria neighborhood.
Suburban neighborhood at dusk, Washington, Illinois.
Peoria’s Castle, Grandview Drive.
Public housing in Peoria.
Tree house in Peoria.
Bradley Park neighborhood, West Bluff, Peoria.
401 Water, riverfront lofts, Peoria.
Civic Center Plaza Apartments, downtown Peoria.
Greenhut Mansion, downtown Peoria.
Once Peoria’s elaborate train depot, the “River Station” is now a riverfront restaurant.
Much of the Peoria area is rural.
Bradley Hall gargoyle.
Bust of President Ronald Reagan at Eureka College, his alma mater, with chunk of the Berlin Wall in the
background
Bust of President Ronald Reagan at Eureka College, his alma mater, with a chunk of the Berlin Wall in the background. 
Peoria High School.
Scottish Rite Cathedral gargoyles.
Spirit of Peoria riverboat.
St. Mary’s Cathedral.
Scottish Rite Cathedral.
The autumn bluffs and river valley from Grandview Drive.
Grandview Drive.
Detweiller Park.
Autumn in central Illinois.
Autumn on Grandview Drive.
The Par-A-Dice riverboat casino, East Peoria.
Detweiller Park and Drive.
General Wayne A. Downing Peoria International Airport.
General Wayne A. Downing Peoria International Airport.
Murray Baker Bridge, I-74, into Peoria.
View of St. Mary's, Near North Side, from top of Scottish Rite, Peoria.
Warehouse District, Peoria.
Warehouse District, Peoria.
Barge carrying cargo down the Illinois River.
OSF Saint Francis Medical Center.
A central Illinois sunset.
“Abraham Blue” by Doug and Eileen Leunig, Peoria County Courthouse.
Murals in Peoria’s Warehouse District.
Murals in Peoria’s Warehouse District.
Some Peoria kitsch, the “Uniroyal Lady.
Big Picture Initiative murals, downtown.
Entrance to Peoria Sculpture Walk, Washington Street.
Bradley Park, Japanese bridge.
Bradley University, Westlake Hall.
A craft brewery in Peoria.
A branch of the Peoria Public Library.
The Doug Oberhelman Caterpillar Visitors Center. 
Caterpillar's former world headquarters in Peoria.
Children’s Hospital of Illinois in Peoria.
CityLink mass transit commuter bus service.
Cornerstone Building, Obed & Isaac’s brew pub, Peoria.
The Peoria skyline.
Civic Center Plaza on Fulton Avenue, Peoria.
Dozer Park, home of the minor league Peoria Chiefs, the Class A affiliate of the St. Louis Cardinals.
Inside Dozer Park, statue of late local legend and former Peoria Chiefs owner Pete Vonachen, best
friend of sportscaster Harry Caray
Inside Dozer Park, a statue of late local legend and former Peoria Chiefs owner Pete Vonachen, bes tfriend of sportscaster Harry Caray.
The Levee District, East Peoria.
Eastport Marina riverfront condominiums, East Peoria.
A Frank Lloyd Wright-designed house near Bradley University.
Winter on Grandview Drive.
A neighborhood near North Side, Peoria.
Restaurant Row, a local foodie scene in Peoria Heights.
Historic Hotel Pere Marquette.
Washington Square, Washington.
UnityPoint Health Methodist hospital, Peoria.
Illinois Central College, East Peoria.
The Archer Daniels Midland plant, once the Hiram Walker Distillery.
Jefferson and Main.
McClugage Bridge.
Commerce Bank Building, originally First National Bank of Peoria, the most iconic and striking structure
on Peoria’s skyline
The Commerce Bank Building is the most iconic structure on Peoria’s skyline.
Peoria Ag Lab, birthplace of the mass production of penicillin.
Woodford County Courthouse, Eureka.
Spot at Peoria County Courthouse at which Abraham Lincoln is believed to have delivered his speech
opposing the extension of slavery in the United States
Spot at Peoria County Courthouse at which Abraham Lincoln is believed to have delivered his speech opposing the extension of slavery in the United States.
Bradley Hall, with statue of Bradley University founder Lydia Moss Bradley.
Metamora Square, Metamora.
Casa de Arte restaurant in the Warehouse District.
A statue commemorates Mother Teresa’s visit to Peoria, at St. Mary’s Cathedral.
One of Peoria's oldest commercial buildings is now an ice cream shop.
Mineral Springs Park, Pekin.
People gather at Thyme, a popular gastro pub in Peoria’s Warehouse District.
Peoria Charter bus.
Peoria City Hall.
Peoria Civic Center, home of the Bradley Braves and Peoria Rivermen.
Peoria Riverfront Museum, “American Gothic” by Seward Johnson.
Peoria Riverfront Museum.
Peoria Zoo, Glen Oak Park.
Main Street, Peoria, with historic Apollo Theater in foreground.
Peoria Civic Center, designed by renowned architect Philip Johnson, Sonar Tide sculpture by Ronald
Bladen in the foreground
Peoria Civic Center with the Sonar Tide sculpture by Ronald Bladen in the foreground.
Central Illinois is the pumpkin capital of America, and Morton hosts an annual Pumpkin Festival, among
the most popular in the area
Central Illinois is the pumpkin capital of America, and Morton hosts an annual Pumpkin Festival.
The Peoria area brags an extensive bike and hike trail system, with more miles to come. This is the Kellar
Branch Trail Bridge.
The Kellar Branch Trail Bridge.
The Kellar Branch Trail Bridge.
401 water tower.
Bradley University student housing.
Buehler Home, senior citizen housing in Peoria.
Forrest Hill Avenue, Peoria.
Grandview Drive, Peoria Heights.
The Knolls, 1940s-‘50s era planned subdivision, Peoria.
Moss Avenue in Peoria.
Blufftop home, Peoria.
Near North Side, older Peoria neighborhood.
Suburban neighborhood at dusk, Washington, Illinois.
Peoria’s Castle, Grandview Drive.
Public housing in Peoria.
Tree house in Peoria.
Bradley Park neighborhood, West Bluff, Peoria.
401 Water, riverfront lofts, Peoria.
Civic Center Plaza Apartments, downtown Peoria.
Greenhut Mansion, downtown Peoria.
Once Peoria’s elaborate train depot, the “River Station” is now a riverfront restaurant.
Much of the Peoria area is rural.
Bradley Hall gargoyle.
Bust of President Ronald Reagan at Eureka College, his alma mater, with chunk of the Berlin Wall in the
background
Bust of President Ronald Reagan at Eureka College, his alma mater, with a chunk of the Berlin Wall in the background. 
Peoria High School.
Scottish Rite Cathedral gargoyles.
Spirit of Peoria riverboat.
St. Mary’s Cathedral.
Scottish Rite Cathedral.
The autumn bluffs and river valley from Grandview Drive.
Grandview Drive.
Detweiller Park.
Autumn in central Illinois.
Autumn on Grandview Drive.
The Par-A-Dice riverboat casino, East Peoria.
Detweiller Park and Drive.
General Wayne A. Downing Peoria International Airport.
General Wayne A. Downing Peoria International Airport.
Murray Baker Bridge, I-74, into Peoria.
View of St. Mary's, Near North Side, from top of Scottish Rite, Peoria.
Warehouse District, Peoria.
Warehouse District, Peoria.
Barge carrying cargo down the Illinois River.

OSF Saint Francis Medical Center. – Michael Bailey

A central Illinois sunset. – Michael Bailey

“Abraham Blue” by Doug and Eileen Leunig, Peoria County Courthouse. – Michael Bailey

Murals in Peoria’s Warehouse District. – Michael Bailey

Murals in Peoria’s Warehouse District. – Michael Bailey

Some Peoria kitsch, the “Uniroyal Lady." – Michael Bailey

Big Picture Initiative murals, downtown. – Michael Bailey

Entrance to Peoria Sculpture Walk, Washington Street. – Michael Bailey

Bradley Park, Japanese bridge. – Michael Bailey

Bradley University, Westlake Hall. – Michael Bailey

A craft brewery in Peoria. – Michael Bailey

A branch of the Peoria Public Library. – Michael Bailey

The Doug Oberhelman Caterpillar Visitors Center.  – Michael Bailey

Caterpillar's former world headquarters in Peoria. – Michael Bailey

Children’s Hospital of Illinois in Peoria. – Michael Bailey

CityLink mass transit commuter bus service. – Michael Bailey

Cornerstone Building, Obed & Isaac’s brew pub, Peoria. – Michael Bailey

The Peoria skyline. – Michael Bailey

Civic Center Plaza on Fulton Avenue, Peoria. – Michael Bailey

Dozer Park, home of the minor league Peoria Chiefs, the Class A affiliate of the St. Louis Cardinals. – Michael Bailey

Inside Dozer Park, statue of late local legend and former Peoria Chiefs owner Pete Vonachen, best friend of sportscaster Harry Caray Inside Dozer Park, a statue of late local legend and former Peoria Chiefs owner Pete Vonachen, bes tfriend of sportscaster Harry Caray. – Michael Bailey

The Levee District, East Peoria. – Michael Bailey

Eastport Marina riverfront condominiums, East Peoria. – Michael Bailey

A Frank Lloyd Wright-designed house near Bradley University. – Michael Bailey

Winter on Grandview Drive. – Michael Bailey

A neighborhood near North Side, Peoria. – Michael Bailey

Restaurant Row, a local foodie scene in Peoria Heights. – Michael Bailey

Historic Hotel Pere Marquette. – Michael Bailey

Washington Square, Washington. – Michael Bailey

UnityPoint Health Methodist hospital, Peoria. – Michael Bailey

Illinois Central College, East Peoria. – Michael Bailey

The Archer Daniels Midland plant, once the Hiram Walker Distillery. – Michael Bailey

Jefferson and Main. – Michael Bailey

McClugage Bridge. – Michael Bailey

Commerce Bank Building, originally First National Bank of Peoria, the most iconic and striking structure on Peoria’s skyline The Commerce Bank Building is the most iconic structure on Peoria’s skyline. – Michael Bailey

Peoria Ag Lab, birthplace of the mass production of penicillin. – Michael Bailey

Woodford County Courthouse, Eureka. – Michael Bailey

Spot at Peoria County Courthouse at which Abraham Lincoln is believed to have delivered his speech opposing the extension of slavery in the United States Spot at Peoria County Courthouse at which Abraham Lincoln is believed to have delivered his speech opposing the extension of slavery in the United States. – Michael Bailey

Bradley Hall, with statue of Bradley University founder Lydia Moss Bradley. – Michael Bailey

Metamora Square, Metamora. – Michael Bailey

Casa de Arte restaurant in the Warehouse District. – Michael Bailey

A statue commemorates Mother Teresa’s visit to Peoria, at St. Mary’s Cathedral. – Michael Bailey

One of Peoria's oldest commercial buildings is now an ice cream shop. – Michael Bailey

Mineral Springs Park, Pekin. – Michael Bailey

People gather at Thyme, a popular gastro pub in Peoria’s Warehouse District. – Michael Bailey

Peoria Charter bus. – Michael Bailey

Peoria City Hall. – Michael Bailey

Peoria Civic Center, home of the Bradley Braves and Peoria Rivermen. – Michael Bailey

Peoria Riverfront Museum, “American Gothic” by Seward Johnson. – Michael Bailey

Peoria Riverfront Museum. – Michael Bailey

Peoria Zoo, Glen Oak Park. – Michael Bailey

Main Street, Peoria, with historic Apollo Theater in foreground. – Michael Bailey

Peoria Civic Center, designed by renowned architect Philip Johnson, Sonar Tide sculpture by Ronald Bladen in the foreground Peoria Civic Center with the Sonar Tide sculpture by Ronald Bladen in the foreground. – Michael Bailey

Central Illinois is the pumpkin capital of America, and Morton hosts an annual Pumpkin Festival, among the most popular in the area Central Illinois is the pumpkin capital of America, and Morton hosts an annual Pumpkin Festival. – Michael Bailey

The Peoria area brags an extensive bike and hike trail system, with more miles to come. This is the Kellar Branch Trail Bridge. The Kellar Branch Trail Bridge. – Michael Bailey

The Kellar Branch Trail Bridge. – Michael Bailey

401 water tower. – Michael Bailey

Bradley University student housing. – Michael Bailey

Buehler Home, senior citizen housing in Peoria. – Michael Bailey

Forrest Hill Avenue, Peoria. – Michael Bailey

Grandview Drive, Peoria Heights. – Michael Bailey

The Knolls, 1940s-‘50s era planned subdivision, Peoria. – Michael Bailey

Moss Avenue in Peoria. – Michael Bailey

Blufftop home, Peoria. – Michael Bailey

Near North Side, older Peoria neighborhood. – Michael Bailey

Suburban neighborhood at dusk, Washington, Illinois. – Michael Bailey

Peoria’s Castle, Grandview Drive. – Michael Bailey

Public housing in Peoria. – Michael Bailey

Tree house in Peoria. – Michael Bailey

Bradley Park neighborhood, West Bluff, Peoria. – Michael Bailey

401 Water, riverfront lofts, Peoria. – Michael Bailey

Civic Center Plaza Apartments, downtown Peoria. – Michael Bailey

Greenhut Mansion, downtown Peoria. – Michael Bailey

Once Peoria’s elaborate train depot, the “River Station” is now a riverfront restaurant. – Michael Bailey

Much of the Peoria area is rural. – Michael Bailey

Bradley Hall gargoyle. – Michael Bailey

Bust of President Ronald Reagan at Eureka College, his alma mater, with chunk of the Berlin Wall in the background Bust of President Ronald Reagan at Eureka College, his alma mater, with a chunk of the Berlin Wall in the background.  – Michael Bailey

Peoria High School. – Michael Bailey

Scottish Rite Cathedral gargoyles. – Michael Bailey

Spirit of Peoria riverboat. – Michael Bailey

St. Mary’s Cathedral. – Michael Bailey

Scottish Rite Cathedral. – Michael Bailey

The autumn bluffs and river valley from Grandview Drive. – Michael Bailey

Grandview Drive. – Michael Bailey

Detweiller Park. – Michael Bailey

Autumn in central Illinois. – Michael Bailey

Autumn on Grandview Drive. – Michael Bailey

The Par-A-Dice riverboat casino, East Peoria. – Michael Bailey

Detweiller Park and Drive. – Michael Bailey

General Wayne A. Downing Peoria International Airport. – Michael Bailey

General Wayne A. Downing Peoria International Airport. – Michael Bailey

Murray Baker Bridge, I-74, into Peoria. – Michael Bailey

View of St. Mary's, Near North Side, from top of Scottish Rite, Peoria. – Michael Bailey

Warehouse District, Peoria. – Michael Bailey

Warehouse District, Peoria. – Michael Bailey

Barge carrying cargo down the Illinois River. – Michael Bailey

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