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Spring 2010.  Photo by CharlesB.
Old Silver Springs High School, NY Route 20, in the village of Silver Springs, Wyoming County.  Some workman's tools by the front entrance.
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Comments from visitors:
Jim D. writes "Remembering back in 1956 when I started school here. I went to Kindergarten, 1st & 2nd grade here. Then on March 31, 1959 our family of 5 moved 7 miles into Perry NY and finished the last 10 weeks of 2nd grade here. We lived right across the street from the school. My mother still lives in this house."
Joe Seager writes "My grandmother Ethel Courtney, daughter of Ada Courtney and William Courtney, attended this school in 1910. Our family doesn't have any photos of her. If you or anyone that reads this has a photo of Ethel Courtney please write back. There will be a reward worth your while. The urgency of this request is about my mother who is in a nursing home in Florida at the age of 92 and I would like to frame a photo of her mother and put it in her room. The photo could be of Ethel young or older. Ethel was born in 1897. If you need any other information please write."
On 10/8/11 Mary Mann writes "Photo of Silver Springs High School is in error 1. the Silver Springs School is located on Church Street in the village 2. It is and was 2 stories high not three 3. At present, and in 2010 as you state is photo date, is the business location of Country Line Electric and has some changes but still looks the the school that it was when built. 4. Route 20 does not go thru the village of Silver Springs, NY."

Spring 2010.  Photo by CharlesB.
Side entrance.
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Spring 2010.  Photo by CharlesB.
Looking straight up three stories.  First story windows protected by boards, so vandals threw rocks at the second and third stories.
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Spring 2010.  Photo by CharlesB.
Back view.  Note the back entrance that led into classroom areas.  Very overgrown.  You had to cross a cement ramp with steps.
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Spring 2010.  Photo by CharlesB.
Another side entrance.  Note masonry work.
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Spring 2010.  Photo by CharlesB.
Close-up of the ramp leading to the back entrance (and a hangout for feral cats).
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Spring 2010.  Photo by CharlesB.
Another backside entrance, it is a very big building.
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Spring 2010.  Photo by CharlesB.
A main hall shot through a broken window.
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Spring 2010.  Photo by CharlesB.
Panorama made up of three shots taken through a broken window .
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Spring 2010.  Photo by CharlesB.
Two pieces of blackboard taken down, shot through broken window.
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Spring 2010.  Photo by CharlesB.
Staircase, shot through broken window.
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Summer 2007.  Photo by CharlesB.
Old barn, 30-40 miles south of Buffalo (not in Erie County).  CharlesB writes that "I believe there is a farmhouse (occupied) across the road" and "the interior is devoid of anything. I didnít even see the usual signs it ever housed cattle or farm equipment."
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Summer 2007.  Photo by CharlesB.
Front
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Summer 2007.  Photo by CharlesB.
Front, top
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Summer 2008.  Photo by CharlesB.
Old building, Niagara County, west side of Transit Road near Lockport.
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Summer 2008.  Photo by CharlesB.
Other side.
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Summer 2008.  Photo by CharlesB.
View of the side.
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Taken 4/9/2010.  Photo by John M.H.
Building seems to be the milk house of an old barn and is located on Duprey Road, Town of Mooers.
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Taken 4/9/2010.  Photo by John M.H.
Another photo of the previous.
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Taken 3/12/2010.  Photo by John M.H.
Building is located on the Perry Mills Road, Town of Champlain. Sits on the bank of the Great Chazy River. "Champlain Water Works, Erected 1897" is engraved in the stone.
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Taken 3/12/2010.  Photo by John M.H.
Another view.
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