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Old barn and building on State Park Road, Point Peninsula
Taken on 06/10/08
Old barn and building on State Park Road or South Shore Road (?), Point Peninsula

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Farm house, Beach Road, Point Peninsula
Taken on 06/10/08
Old house on Beach Road, Point Peninsula
There is also a collapsing barn behind the house.  I could not get a good picture of the barn due to the large amount of brush and trees.
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Old barn and house near Super-Walmart on Route 11
Taken on 07/11/08
The house, barn, and farm buildings from the former Burt Johnson Farm.  On Route 11 near the Super-WalMart and a Fort Drum gate.

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Comments from visitors:
Tim A. writes
"This was originally the Norman Earl farmstead, built c. 1848. It was later sold to John Carpenter."
Old barn and house near Super-Walmart on Route 11
Taken on 07/11/08
Another view

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Silos at old barn and house near Super-Walmart on Route 11
Taken on 08/12/08
Closer shot of the silos.
The walls of the older silo on the right
were hollow to prevent silage from freezing in the winter.
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House, Route 3 near North Wilna
Taken on 06/05/06
Route 3, not far from corner of Route 3A
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House, Route 3 near North Wilna
Taken on 08/12/08
Slightly different angle of previous
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Comments from visitors:
Annie-Arnold-W. writes
"I RODE THE SCHOOL BUS WITH A GIRL THAT ONCE LIVED IN THIS HOUSE DURING THE 1960S."
House, Route 3 near North Wilna
Taken on 08/12/08
Right-front of previous
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Some sort of structure for the mining process, Natural Bridge
Taken on 08/12/08
Very very unique.  Some sort of crushing or smelting structure for mining.  Right outside of Natural Bridge on Lime Street/Old State Road, originally mis-identified as part of the Carbola Talc Company.
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Google satellite photo of this structure

Comments from visitors:
From Paul:
"This building is for ore storage it was filled by railcar with lime ore a conveyer took the ore from railcars and over the back wall of the structure at the top of the wall is a square notch where the conveyor sat the ore when needed was dropped through the floor into a mine shaft below the structure and taken again by conveyor to a crusher and made into lime."
From comac1103 (via Flickr.com): "How strange and yet it is just so cool."
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Gerica (From Natural Bridge): "Ok...This Was NOT Built By Carbola. That Is The Old Talc Mill...That Is My Hometown And I Should Know." 
From Paul: "Gerica is right this structure was not owned by Carbola but this is an old lime mill not a talc mill.  This is also my home town and a friend of mine owns the property."
Annie-Arnold-W. writes "My grandfather mothers first Husband; Charles Hungerford, son of Orville Hungerford, worked there during the time that it was lime kiln, he was also killed there during a blast." and "You stand correct this was not in any way part of Carbola Talc Company this kiln was in operation during the time when Natural Bridge was flourishing, during the time of F.C. Ullman Funeral Home and other places like the Central House later known as the Natural Bridge Hotel, would love to see more pictures of the past natural bridge, I have many to share also."  Annie also writes "My grandfather Charles Arnold and also Charles Hungerford were killed in this lime kiln.
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On 1/1/12 June Phillips Chrisman writes "My grandfather, George Phillips and my father, Asa Phillips both worked here in the 1920's."
Old bridge, in Natural Bridge
Taken on 08/12/08
Old bridge, Natural Bridge, Lime Street.
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Comments from visitors:
Paul writes:
"this bridge is only 15 years old built by dave morgan previous owner of natural bridge caverns."
Annie-Arnold-W. writes "THIS BRIDGE ONCE LED INTO THE AREA OF LEWISBURG AND OTHER LOST VILLAGES THAT BECAME PART OF THE PRESENT FORT DRUM."
Old house, Bear Town Road
Taken on 08/19/08 by Anonymous
Abandoned house by the Ashcraft Pond, Bear Town Road, town of Croghan
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Comments from visitors:
See some more photos of this house as photographed by Lida P., on this page.  *Lida P. wrote of this house; [it] "is on the Bear Town Road, town of Croghan, next to Ashcraft Pond. The town of Croghan historian, Jack Sweeney, told me it used to belong to a man who raised bullfrogs in the pond, for sale to restaurants that served frogs legs. The snakes moved into the house and it was abandoned. Interesting bit of rather scary history!"
Old house, Bear Town Road
Taken on 08/19/08 by Anonymous
Another angle.  Notice tree tipped onto the roof.
See some more photos of this house as photographed by Lida P., on this page

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Old house, Bear Town Road
Taken on 08/19/08 by Anonymous
Through the windows
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Old house, Bear Town Road
Taken on 08/19/08 by Anonymous
Through the windows
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Old house, Bear Town Road
Taken on 08/19/08 by Anonymous
Through the windows
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Old house, Bear Town Road
Taken on 08/19/08 by Anonymous
Through the windows
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Old house, Bear Town Road
Taken on 08/19/08 by Anonymous
Through the windows
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Old house, Bear Town Road
Taken on 08/19/08 by Anonymous
Through the windows
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Old house, Bear Town Road
Taken on 08/19/08 by Anonymous
Through the windows
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Old chimney, Bear Town Road
Taken on 08/19/08 by Anonymous
Interesting old fireplace (?) across the road from previous
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Comments from visitors:
Jack S. wrote "Looks like one of George Rocks Shrines. I will check in near future."
Gail A. wrote "Blance Kronich built this fireplace so the men would have a place to bbq across the road from her house (with Warren Arnold). We hauled water from the handpump (near the fireplace) to her kitchen for heating on the woodstove. We had no indoor plumbing but did have electricity.  Sure did help with the wringer washer. Written by Jr's wife, Gail."
Old house, Bear Town Road
Taken on 08/19/08 by Anonymous
Ruins of old house garage, right beside the previous fireplace
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Comments from visitors:
Jack S. wrote "This ruin is an old garage. To the left are the remains of an old house that my mother lived in around 1915 the ponds were all farm land at that time."
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