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Spring 2008.  Photo by Charles B.
Front View
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Spring 2008.  Photo by Charles B.
Peek & Roofline
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Spring 2008.  Photo by Charles B.
Back lawn, table
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Spring 2008.  Photo by Charles B.
Back lawn, table, side of house
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Spring 2008.  Photo by Charles B.
Into the cellar
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Spring 2008.  Photo by Charles B.
Interior
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Spring 2008.  Photo by Charles B.
Interior
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Spring 2008.  Photo by Charles B.
Door
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Spring 2008.  Photo by Charles B.
Doorway
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Spring 2008.  Photo by Charles B.
Doorway
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3/13/2010.  Photo by John M. H.
Barn on corner of Military Turnpike and Devils Den Road, town of Altona, Clinton County.
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Comments from visitors:
On 1/20/12 jennionthegulf wrote "I actually lived on this road when I was a child and there was a store there in front of that barn that burned down in the mid 80's. That corner was called Crowleys Ccorner, named after the people that owned the store."

3/13/2010.  Photo by John M. H.
Side view.
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3/13/2010.  Photo by John M. H.
Interior.
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3/13/2010.  Photo by John M. H.
The other side.
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3/13/2010.  Photo by John M. H.
Interior.
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3/19/2010.  Photo by John M. H.
House located on Blackman Corners Road, Mooers Forks, Clinton County.  House has been vacant for a few years now. See comment below - now demolished.
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Comments from visitors:
On 9/4/17 'Blackman Corners Neighbor' wrote
"This abandoned house has a rather dubious past. It was a working dairy farm for 100+ years with the stately colonial house and large gabled barn. In 1996, owner Timothy Lamberton was murdered in this house. (reference https://law.justia.com/cases/new-york/appellate-division-third-department/2005/2005-09341.html ) It sat abandoned after his death for approx. 5 years. It was then rented out to a family who's children accidentally set the barn on fire. They were evicted soon after. Another family moved in a year or two later who trashed the place. The house was condemned and sat abandoned for many years. It was vandalized and left to fall apart. Tim's father finally tore the house down and placed a mobile home on the site. Only a small shed from the original farm now remains on the site now."
On 1/9/21 'Jennifer' wrote
"I lived in that house. Timothy lived with us. Him and my mom were together. My brothers and I left the house only 5 minutes before Jonathan hendrie arrived n shot timothy. Kidnapping my mother. That house haunts my memories. Forever will."

3/19/2010.  Photo by John M. H.
Front view.
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