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Yes that is where I grew up, how did you find this ? One house and one barn are now gone.
I currently own the business operated at Berkshire Hills Swim Club. Really cool to see. This "parking lot" is just a field now. The high dive is gone
, tennis courts are gone, rooftop patio is gone - LOTS of changes. Very cool though.
The Hilltop - fried chicken, sandwiches. The SE corner of Rt 44 and Kinsman Rd. Gone in the 1980s.
Small pens, looks like a typical mink farm. On Fox Rd north of Winchell Rd. Gone in the late 1990s.
This is the Hull farm. Owned by a paving company from PA. Worked there in the summer putting up hay and straw in 1962 and 1963. Out buildings are gone and the barn with the four silos is having the roof falling in.
Newbury Auto Parts. Completely gone since 2006. The red pin marks the former location.
Northern Ohio Materials. No trace of this remains. Gone by the late 1980s. The Lake-Geauga Habitat for Humanity is here today.
paved. The flag pole where I knocked out my front tooth is gone. lol Best memories!
Newbury Tavern (long since gone) on Ohio 87. Parking lot lower right is for the Teague Plaza, which was opened in 1976, featuring Prots Food Center, Newbury Pharmacy, the U.S. Post Office, and other offices and shops.
This is the house my husband grew up in and we now currently own. The house and barn still stand. However, the small building on the right is gone
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