THIS HOUSE WAS USED BY A PRIEST FOR ONE YEAR IN 1961. THEN WE USED IT TO HAVE TYPING CLASSES IN IT. I WENT TO THE BOARDING SCHOOL. WE LIVED IN THE LITTLE HUSE NEXT TO IT, BUT YOU CAN'T SEE IT.I GRADUATED IN 1962. I AM STILL LOOKING FOR SOME OF THE GIRLS WE LIVED WITH, WE LOST TOUCH SO IF ANYONE KNOWS ANYTHING PLEASE E MAIL ME AT AUNTDI827@G MAIL.COM THANK-YOU SO MUCH
Did you know this plane was featured in the "Carolina Country" magazine in the feature "Where in Carolina Country is This?"
Nice photo by the way.
Very nice picture!Like+Voted!
The reason you notice Public School Number Four because it is only a few feet from an elevated portion of I-95. It was built in 1917 and was later renamed The Annie Lytle School. Vacant since the 1960s, the building has been a refuge for the homeless and a major draw for local teenagers.
Wow, so many nice photos. I've been seeing this one for a while, since I posted a photo of a nearby abandoned bridge there in Katonah. I would check to see if my photo had been posted to google maps yet and I would always see this. I was just looking up an address in New Rocelle and thought to check if anyone had a photo of the castle on Glenn Island posted. I took a closer look at the best of the three and then clicked on the photographer to see the rest of your photos and there it was, the green building in Katonah photo! All nice work.
A great shot! I like the elevated view and the deserted streets. If only those few cars were not there!