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Images: An Hour in Burlington

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We spent one hour -- no more, no less -- roaming around Burlington and Burlington Township photographing things that caught our eye.

The obvious and the obscure, big stuff and small. But all identifiable to Burlington and Burlington Township.

Look for a new town gallery every Sunday at dailyherald.com/galleries and on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.

On our social media sites, share your favorite Burlington photos with us by using #shareyoursuburb.

And tell us what photos are your favorites. Which ones stir a memory for you? Where do you love to go in town?

So here's "An Hour in Burlington."

The original Burlington Grade School is now home to the School District 301 administrative offices.
  The original Burlington Grade School is now home to the School District 301 administrative offices.
John Radtke | Staff Photographer
Burlington's Village Hall.
  Burlington's Village Hall.
John Radtke | Staff Photographer
The first church in Burlington was the Congregational Church. Construction began on the church in 1853 and was completed in 1858.
  The first church in Burlington was the Congregational Church. Construction began on the church in 1853 and was completed in 1858.
photos by John Radtke | Staff Photographer
The Burlington Township Park, above right, on the southeast edge of the village has playgrounds and shelters and is home to many summer picnics and family gatherings.
The Burlington Township Park, above right, on the southeast edge of the village has playgrounds and shelters and is home to many summer picnics and family gatherings.
Elgin Community College is building a new facility immediately west of Burlington on Plank Road that will house classes for its Public Safety Training Center.
  Elgin Community College is building a new facility immediately west of Burlington on Plank Road that will house classes for its Public Safety Training Center.
John Radtke | Staff Photographer
Mott's Lounge, owned and operated by the Mott and Getzelman families for over 50 years, is a popular gathering place in Burlington.
  Mott's Lounge, owned and operated by the Mott and Getzelman families for over 50 years, is a popular gathering place in Burlington.
John Radtke | Staff Photographer
Central High School on Plato Road is home to students in grades 9-12 from throughout Burlington and Burlington Township.
Central High School on Plato Road is home to students in grades 9-12 from throughout Burlington and Burlington Township.
The original Central High School on the corner of Plato and Pease roads is now Central Middle School.
  The original Central High School on the corner of Plato and Pease roads is now Central Middle School.
John Radtke | Staff Photographer
On the northwest edge of Burlington youth sports are competed at a park facility that continues to grow and now has soccer, football and softball fields.
  On the northwest edge of Burlington youth sports are competed at a park facility that continues to grow and now has soccer, football and softball fields.
John Radtke | Staff Photographer
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