posted by M. | 12:25 PM
Interesting photo. I'm trying to figure out where it was taken. Was there a streetcar that ran from Wellsville to East Liverpool?
I've seen this picture before. Can't tell you where or when. Possibly in the Review at one time or another. I'm thinking the location is just up the hill from Westgate heading toward Wellsville.ole nib
Speaking of Wellsville, the revitilation committee has their flood wall murals site up and running, www.wellsvillefloodwallmurals.orgWhat a great site this is, check it out.
Is it Lisbon St.
Anonymous ,do you know where at on Lisbon Street? PS: You need to pick a screen name or Matt may not post your response....unless of course "Anonymous" is your screen name.Ohkid, I checked out the floodwall site. It's OK , but great? Everytime I see the murals I think what a talented person the artist is , and they certainly look better than a plain concrete wall , but do they really think people are going to make Wellsville their vacation destination just becausse there are some pretty pictures on the floodwall?
the street car is where the dairy queen is now.
How ironic that most of the workers in the photo are black. Can you imagine how hard that work probably was? And now brick laying is a very high paying job. I can only imagine how hard and difficult that road was to construct.
DQ thank's. That puts it into perspective.Wildstuff , I noticed the same thing also.I wonder what year it was constructed.
Yeah, I'd love to know what money they were paid to do such hard work and time consuming work.
Gina, while painting the wall, has stated time and time again how people are coming from all over the Country to see the wall. To say "vacation" here no, but yes it's bringing people here. And guess what, while they're here they have to eat, buy gas, etc. Let's keep the fire burning.
floodwall fan , yeah , your right. I suppose it's good for McDonald's and the BP gas station. Maybe the DQ.
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