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Great Falls Montana Photo Gallery

In the process of building a site like this one, I end up taking a lot of pictures that aren't necessarily going to be used in individual categories but still are worthwhile for visitors interested in images of Great Falls.



Flowers lining the sidewalk of River Drive S. August 18, 2007

Flowers lining the sidewalk of River Drive S. August 18, 2007

Broadwater Bay Park

I am reasonably certain this is a view of a section of Broadwater Bay Park

 Another view of Broadwater Bay Park

Here is the Broadwater Bay Park from another view. A water skier is reading the plaque and in the distance is the bridge for 10 Ave S.

 



Central Ave early in the morning looking West

Central Ave early in the morning looking West. The shadow at the base of the picture is mine, and yes I did jump out onto the street to take the picture, luckily there was no traffic to speak of.

Wall mural on the side of a building depicts a grizzly bear chasing an explorer

Wall mural on the side of a building depicts a grizzly bear chasing an explorer. Downtown Great Falls, August 2007.

First English Lutheran Church

First English Lutheran Church, Great Falls Montana. The sign reads "Sunday Worship 10AM, Welcome Everyone to the love of God, PR Tim Christensen, PR Sandy Vanzyl "

St. Ann's Cathedral, Great Falls Montana

St. Ann's Cathedral is one of just many architecturally splendid churches to be found in Great Falls.
If you want to find out the history and see more photos the church maintains the website: www.stannscathedral.org
The sign reads (top to down) :
St. Anns Cathedral


Mass Schedule
 Sunday Mass: Sunday 9:30 am
 Vigil Mass: Saturday 4:30 pm
 Weekday Mass: Tues.-Fri. 12:00 Noon
 Word & Communion: Monday 12:00 Noon


Confessions
 Saturday: 3:00 pm and by Appointment
Adoration of the 
Blessed Sacrament
 Tuesdays: 2:00-4:00 pm
Benediction
 Tuesdays:4:00 pm


Rev. Oliver J. Doyle
 Parochial Administrator

 


Church of the Incarnation: Episcopal - Great Falls Montana

Another fine example of Church architecture is the Church of the Incarnation (Episcopal) in Great Falls Montana.
More history & photos of this church can be found at www.incarnationmt.com
The sign reads:
Church of the Incarnation
Episcopal

 


The Church of the Incarnation
Worship Schedule
Sunday 9 AM
Wednesday 12 Noon
Saturday
     Recovery Service 6 PM

 

  www incarnationmt com
  Activity LIne 453 4163
Rev Tim Ljunggren Pastor

 

Cannon mounted on the South lawn of the Cascade County Courthouse

Cannon mounted on the South lawn of the Cascade County Courthouse, Great Falls Montana.
The plaque reads:
DONATED BY CONGRESS
TO THE 
SOLDIERS MEMORIAL COMMITTEE
We saved this Great Union for you

 replica of the ten commandments stone tablets

Replica of the ten commandments stone tablets, located at the Cascade County Court House, Great Falls, Montana.

The inscription at the bottom reads:
Presented to 
The City of 
Great Falls, Montana
By Montana State Aerie
Fraternal Order Of Eagles
1967


Powered Parachute - motorized parachute

This powered parachute rider was having fun flying along the river's edge trail in Great Falls, MT. Want to know more about this sport check out http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Powered_parachute

 Buffalo with a Montana landscape painted on it

Buffalo with a Montana landscape painted on it, situated outside the Benefis Hospital.

Montana Air National Guard fighter Jet mounted on pedestals in Lions Park

Montana Air National Guard fighter Jet mounted on pedestals in Lions Park.

 


Kid Russels & Monte Statue downtown Great Falls

Kid Russell & Monte Statue downtown Great Falls. (Kid is Charle M. Russell in his early days)

The plaque reads:
"KID RUSSELL & MONTE"
circa 1889
     by Buckeye Blake
Sponsored and Financed by 
D.A. Davidson & Co.          1986
on behalf of the people of Great Falls

Find out more about Buckeye Blake at his website www.theblakestudios.com

explorers at the portage statue great falls visitor center

This statue is located on the grounds of the Great Falls visitor center. It is titled "Explorers at the Portage" and is by sculptor Robert M. "Bob" Scriver. (my aplogies for the quality of this photo, the original came out quite dark because of where the sun was at the time and I had to punch up the gamma /brightness quite a bit).