St. Joe Pony-express-stablesPony Express Stables and National Museum. The ride starts from here.patee-house-markerPatee (pronounced PAY-tee) House monument. The Pony Express office was located in this hotel.Pony-express-riderHuge Pony Express Monument near Civic Center ParkCobblestone-streetCobblestone–not brick–street leading to the St. Joe RiverwalkMissouri-riverLooking upstream at the Missouri River from Riverwalk.Ebenezer-monumentMonument foe the ferry that took the first (and presumably other) Pony Express riders across the MissouriWyeth-hillView across the Missouri into Kansas, from the top of Wyeth HillCourthouseSt. Joe has a lot of very large buildings built of brick and stone. This is the county courthouse.Presbyterian-churchOne of the many huge churches in town.County-buildingYet another mammoth building, this one for County Administration.muralSt. Joe was one of the major launching points for the west-coast bound emigrants in the 1840s-50sPony-espressoSeems kind of inevitable, right?