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South Collinwood: Part 2

  This was the second run of the  South   Collinwood   neighborhood:  "The South Collinwood neighborhood is a mixture of residential enclaves interspersed with industrial districts that developed along the rail lines which followed the southern shore of Lake Erie. Industrial development accelerated rapidly following the construction of the Collinwood Yards rail switching center and freight yard. It became a neighborhood of Cleveland when the villages of Collinwood and Nottingham were annexed to the City in 1910 and 1913. Most of the housing dates from before 1930 with the oldest cluster, from the late 1800s, located around East 152 nd north of St. Clair." Map: Run 1 , Run 2 Distance This Run:  7.1 miles Distance So Far:  629.0 miles According to Cleveland Public Library: "Opened in 1928, the Collinwood Branch was designed by Cleveland architecture firm Walker & Weeks. Its modernized classic design with a large, arched entrance opens onto a 14,100-square-foot facilit