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  • The Railroad is gone now
  • Everything is gone now. A partial lane from the road is there, but the loop is gone. It's all farm ground now.
  • We have lived here 28 years, trees are all gone to the west (old, rotted,plus storms) and barn by silo is gone from a storm. I wouldn't want to be anywhere else!
  • My grandfather built this house Ave Morton building in 1973. The trees are so small compared to now. Some trees are now gone. House has been upgraded a bit now.
  • Good family friends lived here, now the house is gone and is an overgrown empty lot. Barn and cow pastures are still there.
  • THis is High Point Farm Corn crib barn hog shelter elms,and pine trees gone We do have recent aerial photo thank you!
  • This house is now unfortunately gone, I think most of the buildings too....but it was my grandparents house. I loved staying with them out
  • I now own this property. Jerome Esser was the owner at time of purchase. Old barn, grain bins and few small outbuilding gone now.
  • as were most of the trees in 2009. The driveway is now asphalted and the big Rutledge sign is gone now too. The front office was converted into a 2 bed
  • pool was toward the lower middle part of this picture. It is now gone as of about 2006. Toward the lower left is still a basketball/tennis court

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