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As you have seen my other newer photos this area is getting new life as a museum Casino and now an entertainment complex, looks a little different now..

I think the same.. I've had plenty of people tell me when they see things like this they don't like it. I guess to those select people possibly having it torn down and scrapped would be better just reading from history books or learning about it in a museum would be better. You Gaetan its the same people who hate the rails to trails sure I would love to see those trains still rolling down the line but if the company no longers uses the line and mother nature or other manmade structures destroy the old rail line thats when I feel that we lose something.

Yup, your right here is a photo of an old crane bridge now used as a sign for the Sands Casino. Here is another view of the old Steel Plant.. Besides the casino, a shopping plaza an entertainment center and a museum are part of the old Steel Mill as well..

Thank you Corey around here a lot more of these old flashy signs of the 50's 60's are becoming a thing of the past. Wildwood NJ used to be the shore capital of the 50's 60's 70's era but is slowly fading away..

Thank you Corey greetings from Elmwood Park, New Jersey

Thank you Corey as you can see the Box cars still at this facility still being used. It is the Marcal Paper products company still making products here in the USA..

Yes it was Corey Holiday is the original builders of this Hotel. I think some other chain attempted to take it over a few years ago though..

Fantastic photos Mitch Goldman, please consider joining my group your photos would be great fit for Railroading North America. An invite has been sent to join, they're currently over 1280 members now in the group, of which photos are focused on our continent's railroading heritage and future…


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