Unusual Structures in Glendale

12 08 2010

I like to keep an eye out for uniqueness in any given area, and Glendale yielded three special buildings to my lens as I cache around the city with f0t0m0m and OLdweeb. The first was this lovely mission/adobe style train station, a modern expression of classic California architecture:

Pardon Me Boys…

We got there just in time to see the Metrorail train come and go:

This “temporary” building has housed a church in the middle of a giant parking lot for several years now:
004 – Just for the Numbers

We didn’t find the cache here, but doesn’t every shopping mall need an Eiffel tower on the roof of its parking structure?

The best cache of the day was this 2-stage multi which required access to wifi to get the coords for the final cache. I’ve blocked out the actual numbers, but you can see how it shows up on my iPad!
Glendale war-walking multi

I love the quick easy caches, but really appreciate the truly creative ones.




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