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Taken on 10/19/04
 
Collapsed house on Lawrence Road
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Taken on 10/19/04
House on Route 177
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Taken on 03/05/05
Northside Drive-in building, on Route 12, the screen is long gone
Steve S. sends us an updated picture on 5/28/11;

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The three photos in this column taken by Grant J. on 07/17/09
Added here with his permission from his Flickr album.





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Taken on 03/29/05
Ruins of an old mill on the water in Rossie
Another shot is on page 11.  Likely the foundries here were used to make cannonballs during the Civil War.
A link on the history of Rossie and the mills is here.
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Lawrence K. also writes "Rossie is rich in pre-Revolutionary war history as well as Gen[eral] Washington stayed at what was the old Rossie Hotel, now burned down." 
mill from the mid 1870s untill 1916.  Previous to that he owned the grist mill in Philadelphia N.Y."

Taken on 03/29/05
Ruins of an old mill on the water in Rossie
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Taken on 03/29/05
Ruins of an old mill on the water in Rossie
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Taken on 03/29/05
Ruins of an old mill on the water in Rossie
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Taken on 03/29/05
Ruins of an old mill on the water in Rossie
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Taken on 03/29/05
Ruins of an old mill on the water in Rossie
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Taken on 5/7/05, pictures courtesy of ScannerMan
Old Philadelphia Dairy Co-Op barn along railroad tracks, Irish Ave, Philadelphia, NY
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Fred W. says that the Philadelphia Co-Op "has been demolished for some time now..."
Tim Abel writes: "This was the original site where Philadelphia Cream Cheese was produced in Philly. It was not, however, invented there. It was invented in the Catskill region in the late 1850s. It was in production in Philadelphia, NY by 1866."

Taken on 5/7/05, pictures courtesy of ScannerMan
Old Philadelphia Dairy Co-Op barn
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Jack Harrington of Elmira, N.Y. writes "Thank you for choosing this structure. My brother found your submitted photos and forward them to me. Growing up this structure was a beehive of activities as I used to watch the milk haulers with their steady stream of trucks bringing in station cans (milk cans) from all the area farmers. Milk tankers (Whitiker Transport Co.) would come in daily and transport it to NYC. Some was shipped by rail as there was a rail siding. The tanker would back into the tank room that was the narrow part jutting out on the right facing Irish Ave. My father, Earl Harrington, who is now deceased, was also a professional photographer and captured some of the activities. I have some photo's remaining of this. I don't remember it being a bottling plant as one would think. It primarily served the farmer's canned milk. The farmers would bring their trucks up the center between the two buildings and off load. Then go around the back and line up to pick up the empty milk cans that came down the metal racks all sanitized. I used to watch this from my home as we lived down the street and around the corner. With all the activity and interest, we had no time to get in trouble."

Taken on 5/7/05, pictures courtesy of ScannerMan
Old Philadelphia Dairy Co-Op barn
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Taken on 5/7/05, pictures courtesy of ScannerMan
Old Philadelphia Dairy Co-Op barn
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Scannerman says the rust-colored things are the old bottling line equipment. [Webmaster's note - see comment by Jack Harrington, above-right]
Jack S. writes: "The rusty thing looks like a station can washer."

Taken on 5/7/05, pictures courtesy of ScannerMan
Old Philadelphia Dairy Co-Op barn
(Photo edited at neighbor's request)
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