still used for a car racing venue (non-spectator).
looks great. now more kooks will come. note the upgraded fence making it harder for the local kids to run from the rangers at night! thanks a lot.
a great way to cool off from the hot spring- if you don't mind a little squishy muck and tilapia nipping at your body....
That was my home in the mid-late 80's. I stripped the paint off all the oak baseboards, windows and stairs on the first floor. Landscaped the front, too. Nice home. Good neighbors. Friend of David Chervenic (reality). Nice to see it again! Scott W.
Strange how far away from the tracks this water tank is....
Was this a railyard? I always thought this was a junction- there's an old interlocking tower just east of here and the old Erie-Lackawanna RR had a large yard just a few miles off to the east between Braceville and Leavittsburg. Maybe a railroad buff out there would know....
also a large storm sewer discharge channel for a large portion of southwestern cuyahoga falls.
great shot. looks like fun. there are so many people from the Falls and North Hill who spend their whole lives within walking distance of the Gorge that never come down here and just enjoy this place for what it is. Pack a picnic, come on down!
the footbridge was the location of many older photographs of the dam and spillway. the footbridge site is just upstream of butterfly rock, the south abutment still stands proudly among some trees and bushes, the north abutment rises from the curved shale wall just below the river trail. eroded earth (probably caused by the making/maintaining of the river trail) accumulated on the uphill side of the cut-stone pier and finally got heavy and forceful enough to literally push the top of the pier into the river. there are now many of the hand-cut blocks in the riverbed, and some have been taken, but they are extremely heavy... sb
thank`s for the info.