Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Remnant

Remnant
Madison Central High School, the oldest high school in Wisconsin's capital, graduated its last class 40 years ago this year. In 1986 the Cass Gilbert building was torn down to make space for a parking lot. All that remains is this arch on Wisconsin Avenue that was once the main entrance.

2 comments:

greenbushboy said...

Great picture of what's left of my high school.

Anonymous said...

My father went to Central High - he graduated in 1932.