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September 01, 2007

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Jules

Um that shoe really creeped me out. Be careful.

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Great site... can't wait to see what you document next.

Lynn

That was Sonny Cutrera's shop, original Shell sign. Sonny was a good old boy whose face was so red from high blood pressure that we thought he'd drop dead any minute. The place didn't look too much different when it was open. Sonny was always there to help us out when my parents' cars broke down. At one point they owned two Chevettes, so that would be A LOT.

Stelly

That Shell station is a classic; a well-preserved specimen, considering. I've wanted for years to stop there and take pictures, but for one reason or another, I never do.

Unfortunately, sometime between May and June, the Shell sign by the road came down. All that remains of it is about a foot or so of signpost.

Jordan Rome

I dont know if you remeber when th eexxon plant exploded. I am not sure what year but it was my birthday Dec. 24 Christmas Eve. My mom and brother and I were out visiting people and she had top stop here to use the restroom. While she was away we heard the explsion and saw to peices of insulation falling all around us. Pretty neat. Thanks for this site. I have very fond memories of many of these places.

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These types of pics are always interesting for me. Thanks alot for sharing.

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