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Posted December 10, 2019, by Michael Miller (michael_a_miller [at] yahoo [dot] com)

The HABS picture shown for this entry is not the correct picture for the Jackson County Courthouse listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Posted December 10, 2019, by Peggy N Bainbridge (pegbain2b [at] gmail [dot] com)

My school friend Jessie O'Brien lived down the street from me in Langhorne, PA, before her family moved to London Purchase Farm in New Hope, PA. I knew it was an historic property but had no notion of its value or story. We were convinced there were ghosts there, of course. It was a beautiful place.....but far beyond my family's means...which I knew, but until this moment didn't really grasp...my goodness! It certainly sheds new light on what can happen if you found a company in an entirely new business, as Jessie's father had. Sigh. We didn't just move away from each other, but moved apart as friends, and I didn't know why....but the change in that family's (literal) fortunes obviously accounted for a lot. I often wonder what happened to the James O'Brien family. In a way, it hurts. But if anyone knows, I'd love to find out.

Posted November 30, 2019, by Anonymous

I would love to see this. I am a direct GA descendant of William Blackstock on my grandmother's side.

B. Gilbert

Posted November 26, 2019, by Jesse Wisniewski (jesse [dot] email [at] gmail [dot] com)

I believe the photos shown are of the wrong building. The building shown is the newer masonic lodge, up the street northward. I attend tango classes at 3220 Federal, and while yes it is the old masonic lodge, it does not look at all as shown. A picture of the actual building at 3220 Federal is at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Highlands_Masonic_Lodge . The tango classes are run by Gabriela Carone (www.gabrielatango.com), and I believe she now owns the building.

Posted November 25, 2019, by Michael Miller (michael_a_miller [at] yahoo [dot] com)

While the address and GPS Coordinates are correct, this landmark is actually in Cuyahoga County, not Lake County.

Posted November 22, 2019, by Kim Potaracke (kpotaracke [at] usda [dot] gov)

Not a Fire Station-a Fire Lookout Tower

Posted November 20, 2019, by Michael Miller (michael_a_miller [at] yahoo [dot] com)

This is actually in Summit County, OH, not Cuyahoga County, OH.

Posted November 20, 2019, by Bill Eichelberger (wallyum [at] hotmail [dot] com)

I added your photo to the profile, credited to you.

Posted November 14, 2019, by Frank J. Ferrell (frank [at] ferrellrealtyinc [dot] com)

This mansion was subsequently owned by Samuel McConnell, Furnaceman, and later the property and residence of Joseph Frantz, Grocer.

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Posted November 11, 2019, by Michael Miller (michael_a_miller [at] yahoo [dot] com)

The HABS pictures shown above are of the original Knox County Courthouse located in Niobarra, NE and was razed in 1976. That courthouse is not the courthouse which is located in Center and listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Posted November 1, 2019, by philippe dekyvere (pdekyvere [at] gmail [dot] com)

has been removed / destroyed / rotten

Posted October 28, 2019, by Lee (keflavikomd(at)yahoo(dot)com)

Historic Marker Database link with additional photos and history:

https://www.hmdb.org/marker.asp?marker=135912&Result=1

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Posted October 26, 2019, by Matthew Baumann

Depot is very good shape. Interior original components (waiting benches, ticket office, etc. are intact.

Posted October 22, 2019, by Bill Javorsky (wjcj12 [at] gmail [dot] com)

Worked there in the mid 70s when it was the Parkview House Restaurant. The place is definitely haunted. Saw some really weird and creepy stuff.

Posted October 14, 2019, by Stephen D. Hornung (sdhornung [at] hotmail [dot] com)

Is this one of the buildings that will be demolished for the new Crew Stadium?

Posted October 13, 2019, by L. Warde (pottsantiques [at] hotmail [dot] com)

This is no where near Meeker. Meeker isn't near either of these roads. Please update.

Posted October 13, 2019, by L. Warde (pottsantiques [at] hotmail [dot] com)

This is no where near Meeker. Meeker isn't near either of these roads. Please update.

Posted October 13, 2019, by Susan Pride Caulum (spridec [at] hotmail [dot] com)

Sorry -- Whenona Drive. Also Manitou Way. Thanks.

Posted October 13, 2019, by Susan Pride Caulum (spridec [at] hotmail [dot] com)

Please correct to Mohawk Drive & Whenona Way. Thanks.

Posted October 10, 2019, by STEPHANIE L RALEY (stephie4263 [at] gmail [dot] com)

Samuel was my 6th great grandfather. this is very cool to find these historical landmarks from my ancestors

Posted October 10, 2019, by Michael Miller (michael_a_miller [at] yahoo [dot] com)

OK, slight correction to my last comment. As I stated before, it connects Pinellas and Manatee Counties, but it does go across an extremely small portion of Hillsborough County, which is all water and the main shipping channel under the bridge.

Posted October 10, 2019, by Michael Miller (michael_a_miller [at] yahoo [dot] com)

This bridge is not in Hillsborough County. It connects Pinellas County and Manatee County.

Posted September 21, 2019, by William Miller (danbmxmiller [at] yahoo [dot] com)

Is this property still for sale and is it still in a half finished state?

Posted September 15, 2019, by Matthew Baumann

September 2019: Walls of pond are intact as is unique circle structure of the fountain. There is recent evidence of graffiti and I have seen pictures online of people standing on top of fountain circle. Some cracks on it were observed. Would love to see some effort to formally preserve this unique structure.

Posted August 28, 2019, by Richard Doody (rpdoody3 [at] gmail [dot] com)

I'm glad to see that this building is still standing. Earlier this year it was declared unsafe and subject to demolition by the local authorities. The roof has collapsed as seen in an aerial photography accompanying this article in Montana Standard. The building is an outstanding example of 1880s cast iron architecture.

https://mtstandard.com/news/local/county-wants-bigger-bite-at-blight-in-butte/article_bdd6e27c-ca2a-5460-9444-607c929b9352.html

Posted August 24, 2019, by Kristen Struebing-Beazley, Artist (Kstruebingbeazley [at] icloud [dot] com)

The Joshua Bates School,has functioned as an Artist Building

for more than 30 years. It is designated affordable artist rental

Studios by the city of Boston.

Posted August 18, 2019, by Michael Richards (mdcr [at] bellsouth [dot] net)

Picture I took 20 years ago. I went in it but regret I didnít take pictures.

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Posted August 18, 2019, by Kevin Jordan (kjordan0424 [at] gmail [dot] com)

Most likely built by slaves. Nancy Jones owned 17 slaves listed in the 1850 Slave Schedules. At that time she ran a tavern in the house.

Posted August 18, 2019, by Karen Williams (Jkwms53 [at] gmail [dot] com)

Is the facility open for rental or use at this time? I am a member of Gamma Chi Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated. This is a graduate chapter of professional African American women who provide community service to the Morgantown and Northern West Virginia Communities. I am interested in the history of the building and how it can better serve the community with my Sororities help. Gamma Chi Omega is currently celebrating her 75th Diamond Anniversary. We have been in the community a long time. I eagerly await your response.

Posted August 10, 2019, by Ron Reber (ronreber [at] yahoo [dot] com)

Spoke with a landowner in the immediate area, he does not remember ever seeing this building. He said it has been 60-70 years since he has been in the area.

Posted August 10, 2019, by Ron Reber (ronreber [at] yahoo [dot] com)

Spoke with a landowner in the immediate area, he does not remember ever seeing this building. He said it has been 60-70 years since he has been in the area.

Posted August 10, 2019, by Ron Reber (ronreber [at] yahoo [dot] com)

Does not exist, been gone for quite some time it seems. Spoke with a business owner, he said he doesn't even remember it.

Posted August 7, 2019, by J.R. Manning

The Thompson-Fasbender Mansion was engulfed in the early morning hours of December 14, 2017. The five alarm fire severely damaged the house. No one was injured. The owners of the house, Pam and Dick Thorsen, were on the first floor and escaped. The upper floors were unoccupied. Cause of the fire was reported to be a malfunctioning switch in an upstairs boiler.

On December 14, 2017, the house was engulfed in flames.

A series of dramatic photos of the fire, now added to the listing, were taken by Marta Tierney of KDWA radio in Hastings and used with her kind permission, including the photo with this post.

The house is currently for sale. The owners, Pam and Dick Thorsen, are offering the house for sale and point out that is eligible for historic tax credits and grants which could aid in the restoration.

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Posted August 3, 2019, by Brandon (bg132792 [at] gmail [dot] com)

The coordinates are wrong. It's supposed to be 40.729934, -74.066475

Posted July 30, 2019, by K. Allen Ballard (speedeeprint [at] gmail [dot] com)

Knew nothing of this beauty until July 5th, 2019 while headed to The Dutchman's Store in Cantril, IA. This structure rises from a bean field as if it was a castle. On the way home I snapped some pics, and used to create 2 Pen & Ink & Watercolor images. A truly incredible building. Last I hear, it's for sale; $50,000.

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Posted July 30, 2019, by S Hyatt

Hi,

Sorry to say, this is incorrect. Coe Mound is several miles north of this photo, in a restricted and undisclosed location. The photo here is a pile of dirt at Clinton-Como Park, used as a sledding hill by local kids and originally formed by leftover dirt from a sewer project.

Posted July 19, 2019, by Michael Miller (michael_a_miller [at] yahoo [dot] com)

OK, so I was wrong again. It's actually in Spencer County.

Posted July 19, 2019, by Michael Miller (michael_a_miller [at] yahoo [dot] com)

I made a mistake and this should actually be in Nelson County. I have sent a note to the "Webmaster" so they can correct for me.

Posted July 18, 2019, by Dawn Morgan (gror2321 [at] comcast [dot] net)

I lived in the house next door to water tower, and across street from slaughter house, remember some nasty winters

Posted July 15, 2019, by Jane Thoman (janefthoman [at] gmail [dot] com)

Does anyone know if the Springhouse is still standing? Is it possible to visit it?

Do you know of any other historic sites relating to the Chenoweths in the general Louisville area?

Thank you for your help,

Jane Thoman

Posted July 14, 2019, by Ricki Feist (rickifeist [at] hotmail [dot] com)

My grandmother, Josepha Hodges, was born in that house in October, 1899. Her father, Joseph Hodges (my great grandfather) was married to Minnie (my great grandmother), and he died before Josepha was born. Minnie later married Edward Brown and they had three daughters, Anglessia, Naioma and Edith. Edith's son, Harold Brown lives in a nursing home in Martinsville. My mother, Tronette Isenhower Hetts, fondly remembers spending summers in the Paragon house. My grandmother, Josepha, married Tron Isenhower from Martinsville and they divorced. She then married Bernard Guettier and they owned the house in the late 1940's and early 1950's. I have a photo of the house when it was red brick with painted white shutters. My mother is still living at age 96 1/2.

Posted July 14, 2019, by Jon Green (jongreen [at] gmail [dot] com)

Building burned down in 2008 :(.

https://lists.rootsweb.com/hyperkitty/list/nehamilt@rootsweb.com/thread/3988947/

Posted July 3, 2019, by Mike Crain (lyk2fly2 [at] gmail [dot] com)

I believe Iím the only person born in the Dr. Lewis Barret house. My mom Lucy Crain gave birth to me on 16 June 1956 in the great room facing Caldwell St. I currently possess the bronze plaque from the United States Dept. of the Interior placing it on the National Register of Historic Places.

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Posted July 1, 2019, by Clark Harvell (celticclark123 [at] aol [dot] com)

I was out in my 1928 Model A ratrod and found this hotel.It "Sparked" my imagination. I loved it! I would love to get permission to explore it and ghost hunt it.

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Posted June 30, 2019, by David Jones (david2jpix2yahoo [dot] com)

The through truss bridge carrying Main Street over Rock Creek east of Joliet has been replaced by a concrete pre-stressed bridge. The through truss bridge is still intact but is sitting on a property behind some trees next to the main highway at the north end of Joliet.

Posted June 29, 2019, by David Jones (david2jpix [at] yahoo [dot] com)

The Baldwin building no longer exists. All that is there is a vacant lot that is "For Sale". However, stamped in the sidewalk in front of where the building used to stand is "Baldwin Lumber Co." The only reminder of what used to be there.

Posted June 28, 2019, by Luke

The depot burned down after a lightning strike today:

https://www.kwqc.com/content/news/Lightning-strike-takes-out-building-in-Jones-County-511963632.html

Posted June 28, 2019, by Christine and Thomas White (Cougarchristine15 [at] gmail [dot] com)

My husband and I have been riding by this house all of our lives. We have said in recents years how much we would like to come see it and even walk around the property. He read somewhere that George Washington stayed overnight here. We would just like to say what a privilege it must be to live here or have access to this beautiful and historic home.

Posted June 26, 2019, by Joe Walker (jwalker90 [dot] jw [at] gmail [dot] com)

It's sad this house was demolished!

Posted May 28, 2019, by Mary Ewing (225mmewing [at] gmail [dot] com)

When is the Alexander Ewing House open for visitors and tours?

Posted May 13, 2019, by Anonymous

Burton Brothers Hardware Store was Damaged by fire on Nov 12, 2012. Demolished in the summer of 2013.

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Posted May 9, 2019, by Anonymous

At this time, May 2019, it appears like the whole building is abandoned and being extensively renovated

Posted April 28, 2019, by Debra DeBord (debdebord [at] yahoo [dot] com)

The Tallassee, Mt.Vernon Mill, did not close in the 1960's. It closed around 2009. My grandfather, Dallas H. Golden, was a supervisor in that mill. He worked there his whole life until retiring at age 65.

Posted April 26, 2019, by Marie Valenza (Marievalenza8 [at] gmail [dot] com)

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Posted April 26, 2019, by Marie Valenza (Marievalenza8 [at] gmail [dot] com)

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Maps with USA Landmarks
Posted April 13, 2019, by Gisden Nison (gisdennison [at] gmail [dot] com)

Here's fun USA Map with National Parks, NPS Sites and Monuments, BLM Landmarks, NASA Visitor Centers, and more.

Explore America Map:

https://geojango.com/collections/usa-push-pin-maps/products/us-travel-map-brown

Website: https://geojango.com

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Posted April 8, 2019, by Mark Polczynski (mhp [dot] techforge [at] gmail [dot] com)

If you are interested in Sturgeon Bay landmarks, you might like our Clio tour of sidewalk stones in Sturgeon Bay:

https://www.theclio.com/web/tour/summary?id=732

Posted April 1, 2019, by Jim Brady (stealthy [dot] orca [at] gmail [dot] com)

I lived in this house around 1955. I went to the 1st grade in a one room school in Lost Creek. Lived there the local bank was robbed!

Posted March 28, 2019, by Anonymous

Please share your photos!

Posted March 27, 2019, by Anonymous

I owned this house, restored it and lived in it for twelve years. We sold it in 2005 in sound condition, now looking awfully shabby. It looks like someone is installing a new roof. Nice to see this after 25 years. I have much better photos than these. Want them?

rrussell@roadrunner.com

Posted March 25, 2019, by Michael Miller (michael_a_miller [at] yahoo [dot] com)

Good to hear! In my experience, getting good accurate information about Georgia's NRHP sites can be difficult!

Posted March 22, 2019, by Jill Kirkland (calliejill [at] aol [dot] com)

The Patterson-Turner Homeplace has not been demolished. It was moved across Smith McGee Rd and sits further off the road than before.

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Posted February 23, 2019, by michelle jackson (mjbcnc [at] aol [dot] com)

The mill is under construction and will be a brewery and restaurant in 2019.

Posted February 23, 2019, by michelle jackson (mjbcnc [at] aol [dot] com)

The mill is under construction and will be a brewery and restaurant in 2019.

Posted February 23, 2019, by michelle jackson (mjbcnc [at] aol [dot] com)

The mill has been totally demolished and the water tower is the only structure that is left at the location.

Posted February 19, 2019, by Bill Eichelberger

That's just sad. I haven't made that drive since I took the first pic.

Posted January 16, 2019, by Richard Doody (rpdoody3 [at] gmail [dot] com)

There's nice article describing the history of and ongoing restoration of this hotel @

https://billingsgazette.com/news/state-and-regional/montana/supporters-look-to-restore-historic-adams-hotel-in-lavina/article_7592a219-6a18-5135-b0e9-20e2c6a36519.html

Thanks for posting this and many other treasures of the Treasure State. If this establishment was in Bozeman or Missoula they'd be charging $300 a night.

Montana's Most Elegant Horse Barn Under Restoration
Posted January 16, 2019, by Richard Doody (rpdoody3 [at] gmail [dot] com)

Today's Montana Standard carries an interesting article on efforts to restore the former carriage house of W.A. Clark Jr.in Butte. The building later housed the Mining City's dealer in Apperson Jackrabbit motor cars.

https://mtstandard.com/news/local/building-saver-and-savior-works-to-restore-clark-jr-s/article_222696e3-4926-5333-9723-347e64f7d6cf.html#8

Posted January 12, 2019, by Richard Doody (rpdoody3 [at] gmail [dot] com)

After 50 years the Tourist II was returned to its home port of Astoria, Oregon in 2016.

https://www.oregonlive.com/travel/index.ssf/2016/08/historic_astoria_ferry_returns.html

Posted January 9, 2019, by Lugnuts

Does anyone else think this looks like the inspiration for the Dalek? (If you're not familiar with Dr. Who, you might want to do an internet search.)

Posted January 9, 2019, by HISTORIC HUNTRESS (mmacdonaldpi [at] gmail [dot] com)

This church was demolished fall 2018

Posted January 8, 2019, by HISTORIC HUNTRESS (mmacdonaldpi [at] gmail [dot] com)

This building was demolished last summer 2018, sadly

Posted January 7, 2019, by Robin Withrow (rwmercer [at] yahoo [dot] com)

A name on this marker is misspelled. "John Witherood" should read "John Withrow" (or Witherow).

Posted January 6, 2019, by J.R. Manning

Would you take some photos of it for us? It should be documented as it is before it is either restored or demolished.

Posted January 5, 2019, by Helen Osborn (helenclare61 [at] att [dot] net)

Somebody save this place. It is currently in a state of complete disrepair with the second level collapsing.

Posted January 5, 2019, by Mindi Piasecki (mpiasecki [at] new [dot] rr [dot] com)

We are looking at purchasing a larger home for our family. We saw that the Henry Paepke home in Neenah is for sale. Would love more information on this home. Is it currently occupied? Are there special stipulations in owning a historical home?

The local newspaper, the Post Crescent as well as USA Today have written about our family. Here are some articles about us! We need a bigger house for our growing family! Three adopted children with special needs!

https://www.postcrescent.com/story/life/2015/01/04/life-fragile-baby-adoptive-parents/21201719/

https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/humankind/2016/05/11/baby-who-lived-bubble-thrives-after-rare-transplant/84177140/

Posted January 4, 2019, by Joe Walker (jwalker90 [dot] jw [at] gmail [dot] com)

I live here! Neat place!

Posted January 1, 2019, by Terri Hoshell (thoshell [at] gmail [dot] com)

An older version of the sign circa 2002

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Posted December 24, 2018, by Frank (dpaklod [at] gmail [dot] com)

Very nice pictures John. It's amazing how they also did the restore of the MILL as well.

Posted December 23, 2018, by John W (garand [at] bellsouth [dot] net)

here is a picture I took of the stone that says mr dees 1972

when i took my mom back to gully mill , it was very run down then and i took a ton of photos

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Posted December 23, 2018, by John W (garand [at] bellsouth [dot] net)

Smiley Burnett was kind of famous side kick of Gene Autry

he used to write songs and sell them to Gene Autry .

He had dinner there at the gully mill with my grandparents and grandmother grandfather and mom , he said he loved my grandmothers cooking fried chicken and iced tea , and i can tell you i ate a lot of my grandmothers cooking growing up and he was correct!!

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Posted December 23, 2018, by John W (garand [at] bellsouth [dot] net)

forgot to attach final picture

goodbye all ,thank you

john weaver

7865109001 phone

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Posted December 23, 2018, by John W (garand [at] bellsouth [dot] net)

here is the photo of my mom holding her cat in fron of the gully mill truck , it says founded 1812 on the truck , it took a lot of time to upload these and find all these pics scattered on my old computer , i have them all backed up and the originals , its been my pleasur , i loved my grandparents and parents a lot , it was a simpler time back then , i loved all my moms stories aboout the mill and my grandfather hunting with his bird dogs , she used to tell me the names of the dogs

cant remember , i hope and prey and i believe i will see them all again .

Posted December 23, 2018, by John W (garand [at] bellsouth [dot] net)

my grandparents owned and operated the mill before your grandparents , I attached a pdf file that shows the history of the owners , they owned it before Mr Dees , I was lucky enough to bring my mother back there to see the mill before they renovated it , I took tons of pictures in its very run down situation , I have very many pictures of that , me standing in front of wheel just like my grandfather many years before,

I dont see the big water wheel in the new restored pictures.

all the photos I uploaded I have the origanals very big and glossy origanals ,from my family , my mom is gone now god bless her and my younger brother passed , I am all alone now

58 years old but I like my history and I still have all the familys history

oh well enough said

Posted December 23, 2018, by John W (garand [at] bellsouth [dot] net)

I have one more picture of my mom standing in front of the gully mill truck as a baby girl , if you look at one of the pictures i posted lower left you can see her tricycle.

Norman loyd lucas was my grand father he supplied fort bragg and local area with corn meal, my mom once hid in his truck and went on deliverys with him and he didnt know it , my grandmother was a good cook and a famous actor had dinner there , he loved her fried chicken and iced tea his name was smiley burnett

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Posted December 23, 2018, by John W (garand [at] bellsouth [dot] net)

More Pics

When my grandfather owned and operated the mill

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Posted December 23, 2018, by john w. (garand [at] bellsouth [dot] net)

I will post more pics I have a lot

contact me

Posted December 23, 2018, by John W (garand [at] bellsouth [dot] net)

Norman Loyd Lucas my grandfather on my moms side my mom and grandmother and grandfather owned and lived there 1928-1943

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Posted December 22, 2018, by Richard Doody (rpdoody3 [at] gmail [dot] com)

Patterson is located in Benton County not in Douglas County, Washington.

Posted December 22, 2018, by Richard Doody (rpdoody3 [at] gmail [dot] com)

Bainbridge Island is located in Kitsap County not Kittitas County, Washington.

Posted December 22, 2018, by Richard Doody (rpdoody3 [at] gmail [dot] com)

Battle Ground is located in Clark County not Kittitas County, Washington.

Posted December 14, 2018, by Erica Riordan (firewatchers [at] midco [dot] net)

My Great-Grandfather was Richard Moyle and from the stories I have been told there was a "Gentleman's Agreement" that it would be returned to it's natural state. I believe my family looked into this awhile ago and other's knew about this but there was nothing documented.

Posted November 28, 2018, by Tony Dillon (spansaver [at] hotmail [dot] com)

Thankfully this barn was marked and dismantled before it was lost for good. It has been stored in a warehouse in Rushville until a new home is found.

Posted November 28, 2018, by J.R. Manning

Perhaps it is being re-restored? It was looking a bit tired last time I saw it.

Posted November 23, 2018, by Brian lubbert (lubbert [at] weathernowcast [dot] com)

The caboose is presently not at this location. I am contacting town leaders to determine where it has been relocated. Hopefully it has not been destroyed.

Posted November 19, 2018, by Coline McConnel (Coline_mcconnel [at] yahoo [dot] com)

The house still stands. It was moved to 2121 College Avenue in 1984 by Richard and Shirley Crowley to prevent it from getting demolished. It is currently the property of the College of Idaho.

Posted November 5, 2018, by B Brauer (Bbrauer [at] gmail [dot] com)

Photo of the home as of 2017

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Posted November 5, 2018, by B Brauer (Bbrauer [at] gmail [dot] com)

Currently owned and lived in by Greathouse family, address is 527 Pea Ridge Road, Stamping Ground, Ky

Posted October 9, 2018, by Philip Mielke (lessdigits71 [at] gmail [dot] com)

The road it is on is actually now called Mill Road, it was changed from Avery many years ago when 911 came to the area to avoid confusion. as there was another section of Avery that ran parallel. Mill Road bridge is now a township park.


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