Last December, my littlest guy had to go to Scranton for a friend's Bar Mitzvah, and I actually remembered to take my camera! Of course, it was 20 degrees out that day, so almost all of the pictures were taken through the car window. Sorry, but it was too cold for me to be wandering about!
This is the Scranton City Hall. Police and Fire headquarters are here, also. I love it; to me, it's just what a city hall should look like, almost like a castle.
This is the beginning of the University of Scranton. They bought up a large number of buildings along this main road and renovated them, along with numerous old houses on the blocks to either side. They spent a very long time building the curved wall on the left corner of this intersection out of local granite.
This is a closer view of the University of Scranton's curved wall; you can see some of the buildings farther up the road a little better.
My tours aren't nearly as informative or exhaustive as Diane's tours of France. Of course, Scranton is under 200 years old, so there's nowhere near as much history to absorb. But, if you're a fan of "The Office", or just like seeing other places, I hope you've enjoyed the little bit of our "big(ish) city" that I've shown you!