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Taken on 05/24/05, picture courtesy of ScannerMan
Train depot or freight building on Railroad Street in Great Bend
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Updated photos taken on 06/17/11


Taken on 05/24/05, picture courtesy of ScannerMan
Other side of previous pic
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Taken on 05/24/05, picture courtesy of ScannerMan
Collapsed barn with silo on CR 47 south of Great Bend
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Taken on 05/24/05, picture courtesy of ScannerMan
Partially collapsed barn near Rutland Hollow
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Taken on 05/31/05, picture courtesy of ScannerMan
Barn, Hell Street Road, Town of Cape Vincent
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Comments from visitors:
Says Scannerman - "Insets are of a pair of old telephone line insulator pegs on a nearby pole. These probably date from the 1950's or 60's at the latest. Only one's that I've seen anywhere around here, and no other poles on that road. That
pole must be a survivor"

Taken on 05/31/05, picture courtesy of ScannerMan
House, Hell Street Road, town of Cape Vincent
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Comments from visitors:
On 5/15/16 B. Kiers writes "I used to work at the dairy that's still on this property, what a surprise to see! It's actually an old stone house under the brown siding. I grew up all over NNY and I'm really enjoying browsing this site! I recognize quite a few buildings."
 

Taken on 05/31/05, picture courtesy of ScannerMan
House, Hell Street Road, Town of Cape Vincent
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Taken on 05/31/05, picture courtesy of ScannerMan
Barn, County Rt. 4 at Dezangremel Rd
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Comments from visitors:
Note tree growing from inside. - Scannerman.
On 2/10/12 Martin Haneck writes "According to records on Ancestry my Grandfather George Robbins used to lease this farm at one time."

Taken on 05/20/05, picture courtesy of ScannerMan
County Route 13 near Omar
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Taken on 08/22/04
Air Force radar Gap-Filler Annex building on Panther Mountain, Oswegatchie.  This was an adjunct to Dry Hill Air Force
Station's radars, filling coverage gaps in terrain
 
Pictures used with permission, photos taken by Bob Spiers and Tom Page from the website Online Air Defense Museum.  I made a trip up to this area trying to find this structure but could find no trace of it; bulldozed, or maybe I just couldn't find the overgrown trail it was on?
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