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After 35 years the place is totally different, most of the barn is gone, the old chicken coupe had been taken out just before this I'm guessing
, the old cedar tree by the truck is gone, there is an additional shed behind the main house now, the fences are all gone, the fields are now planted with pines and have sense been abandoned to nature and family use.
we have saved the grain crib which is the third building,most of the trees are gone, we had to take some down because they were too bad to save
and MaryAnn Salm. In 2000, Carl Ketelhohn took it over when my parents retired. He sold it to a local mega-farmer in about 2010 and it has since gone to ruin.
South Newport Road, Pontiac, Illinois. Pizza Hut is now gone, moved to a new location west of here. Skelly and Firestone are also gone. A Burger King
is there today. Road on west side of dealership is gone. South Newport is now located on the east side of dealership. Photo looks south
the structure raised, and a whole new foundation poured. The fence is long gone, but I remember the clothesline that you can see to the left. I've put 43 years of my life into this place--so far.
Inside quarry wall on Hanover St..all buildings gone..this is the old Hanover St.. quarry now..road here on side lead to schuler farm
This home still stands today and has been beautifully restored. Most of the outbuildings are gone. This is on De Vitry Drive, Bainbridge, Conoy Twp., Lancaster County, PA
Photo 33 & 34 are the same farm just different views. Two barns are gone. Added grain bnis Springfield S. Charleston Pike
Photo 19 & 20 are the same farm just different views. All the trees are gone & no garden. Love the tractor. Old Somerset Rd.
where the home in the picture stands and the barn and silo are gone, just mowed and manicured grass now lol
there, nor are the trees in the yard area, the willow tree out by the field is also gone. And there are now several houses across the road.
and 70's. Great place to grow up as a kid. All the building are gone but the house is still standing which has been remodeled.
The gravel pit in the background is no longer in operation. The building on the left is gone and is now the site of The Gravel Pit Sports Bar
People's Bank, Salem Avenue, Trotwood, Ohio. Torn down now. Google Maps shows the very same layout in parking lot access, but the buildings and ATM are gone. We used the bank when we first moved to Trotwood in 1996.
) The barn with the dump going into it is still standing. All other buildings are gone (except two newer grain bins not pictured).
This is where I grew up and now own, the large maple tree and the two in front of the house ate now gone and another cabin built to replace the one
of the trees are gone now. The house is a different color but basically all is the same.
is gone; the larger one has been remodeled and is now HanoverView Animal Hospital.
former Orlie & Elta Cleveland farm
918 CR 201/Hurdic Rd halfway between CR 172/Buchanan Rd and CR 178/Smith Rd
Section 23 Ballville Township
here with Eva's uncle, Ludwig Gutmann and his family, until Eva married Ferdinand Jordan that December in 1892. The house is gone in this picture
up in! Now, the outbuilding behind the garage has been dismantled and so has the large barn. Some of the trees are gone, as well, but it will always be "home" to me. Thanks for the memories!
of the smaller outbuildings are now gone. The hog barn just to the right of the silo was here when we first came here. It was in very poor shape, so we tore it down and had a big fire.
right was moved further back and south when SR 21 widened to 4 lanes. The corner house is gone, now a pharmacy, the gas station is a Speedway store. The barn and house at the top center are still standing.
. A lot of the little buildings are gone along with the old house and new machine sheds and shop were put up over the years. The large cattle yard