We're taking another page from the excellent Walking Cincinnati book and wandering around Westwood, Cincinnati's largest neighborhood.
Originally established as a desirable residential neighborhood, Westwood was included as part of the expansion to Cincinnati's growing inner-city population during the 19th to mid-20th centuries. Many of Cincinnati's wealthy industrialists built their homes in Westwood, including Procter & Gamble founder James Gamble.
We'll meet at Westwood Town Hall and include points of interest including the Bell Telephone Exchange Building, James N. Gamble property, Firehouse Engine Co. No. 35, and Treasure Alley to name a few. We'll cover about 3 miles during our walk.