The near south-side seems to have a decent amount of these remnant sidewalks for some reason. One of the most endearing is the pedestrian bridge over Madison Avenue, which connects Lincoln with Palmer Street. In an ideal world, kids could cross this bridge to and from the school located on the bottom right of this aerial:
The area has long featured some of our more intriguing graffiti:
This is a well-trodden footpath that looks slightly daunting:
Here’s the bridge:
The other side of the bridge has an actual sidewalk, which connects to the Driver’s Licence Branch.
I’m not even close to a Notre Dame fan, but I still got a chuckle out of this:
And each side has an old stairwell that connects to Madison Avenue, just in case you happen to walk on this portion of the street that is heavily car-centric. This is the one on the Palmer Street side.