The last time I shared a photo of the historic Syracuse Savings Bank at Clinton Square it was during blue hour. This building is just as impressive during the golden hour.
As much as I have shown you Clinton Square in Syracuse, New York over the last year, I thought I would show you some of its history. Back in the late 1800’s, the Erie Canal went directly through Clinton Square. Below is a photo from that time period used as an information plaque with what Clinton Square looks like today.
From left: Sailors and Soldiers Monument in tribute to those who fought in the Civil War, Third National Bank, Syracuse Savings Bank and the Gridley Building (with the clock tower).
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