Sean

122 Lifetime Points Joined 2020

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    Commented on & geotagged 82-BTI-20
    Tippecanoe County, IN

    House just west of the cemetery on Old US 231 and West 300 South in southern Lafayette.

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    Commented on & geotagged 82-BTI-25
    Tippecanoe County, IN

    The old Christmas tree farm on the south side of Lafayette off of old US 231 (between W 250S & W 300S).

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    Commented on & geotagged 82-BTI-26
    Tippecanoe County, IN

    The aerial from early 80's was an old animal care facility. Today it still exists as Paw Prints Animal Hospital on old US 231 South

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    Commented on & geotagged 82-BTI-29
    Tippecanoe County, IN

    Gas Station Alley at the intersection of 25S and Old 231 South. Across the street from Oliverio's

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    Geotagged 82-BTI-32
    Tippecanoe County, IN

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    Commented on & geotagged 82-BTI-6
    Tippecanoe County, IN

    Nice Aerial from the 1980's of the Thornhill Circle & Round Rock Circle & Court off of Poland Hill Road, prior to the development of the subdivision in the early 2000's

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    Commented on & geotagged 82-BTI-5
    Tippecanoe County, IN

    Great Aerial of the old AOK Campground off E 300S and Royal Oak Estates CT (Ortman Lane)

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    Commented on & geotagged 82-BTI-4
    Tippecanoe County, IN

    Looks like the AOK Camp Grounds of East 300 S (Ortman Lane) and the Royal Oak Estates CT

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    Commented on & geotagged 82-BTI-31
    Tippecanoe County, IN

    Sitting at the corner of Beck Lane and Old US 231, the name and denomination of this southern Lafayette church has changed multiple times over the years. Today it serves the community as River City Church.

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    Commented on & geotagged 27-BTI-8
    Tippecanoe County, IN

    Original Farm Bureau CO-OP off the West side of US-52, prior to heading North/West into Lafayette. today this is the Ceres Solutions Cooperative

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    Commented on 27-BTI-20
    Tippecanoe County, IN

    Sitting about a 1/2 mile northwest of the Duck-In-Diner and the Lincoln Lodge. This property had stood the test of time.