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14 More Photos of the New Coming Soon Quarry Metro Park

Walker Evans Walker Evans 14 More Photos of the New Coming Soon Quarry Metro ParkPhoto provided by Metro Parks / Wagenbrenner.
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Earlier this morning, a new Metro Park and Mixed-Use Development was announced for a former quarry site located just west of Upper Arlington, along the Scioto River. While the new park will not be open to the public for approximately 18-24 months, tours are being scheduled for the site for adventurous locals who want to see the potential of the new Metro Park up close and personal (you can sign up for more info on the project’s website, linked below).

Below is a collection of photos taken on the site several weeks ago to showcase some of the outdoor entertainment possibility that this land may host in the near future.

For more information, visit keepitontheqt.com.

Photo by Walker Evans.

Photo by Walker Evans.

Photo by Walker Evans.

Photo by Walker Evans.

Photo by Walker Evans.

Photo provided by Metro Parks / Wagenbrenner.

Photo provided by Metro Parks / Wagenbrenner.

Photo provided by Metro Parks / Wagenbrenner.

Photo provided by Metro Parks / Wagenbrenner.

Photo provided by Metro Parks / Wagenbrenner.

Photo provided by Metro Parks / Wagenbrenner.

Photo provided by Metro Parks / Wagenbrenner.

Photo provided by Metro Parks / Wagenbrenner.

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