Categories South St. Louis Tower Grove East Red Brick and Snow Post author By Michael R. Allen Post date December 12, 2010 7 Comments on Red Brick and Snow Goodness, does a snowfall bring out the saturated red of St. Louis brick! ← “St. Louis Labor History Tour” Online → Where Stolen Bricks Go 7 replies on “Red Brick and Snow” Damn, it’s beautiful! The thing I miss most about winter in St. Louis: The postcard-perfect combination of brick, snow and powerlines! Thanks for the pick, Michael. A lovely shot of the old red brick buildings and snow. Is there a book on St. Louis historic brick? guess I’ll check Amazon. — barbara That’s Lynn Josse’s 2nd floor balcony. Barbara: No book — yet. A film is coming out early in 2011, though. http://www.stlbrickfilm.com A question — and it really doesn’t apply to this photo, but I am curious. While driving through St. Louis this past fall, on I-70, on our way back home to Colorado, I saw a red and white brick tower…looked like some sort of bell tower, and it is obviously old. Does anyone know its name, and how old it is? Many thanks! I couldn’t find any reference to it via Google. Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.