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My name is Ryan, I live in Portland, Oregon and travel around the northwest fairly frequently, camera in tow. I took some of these with my first digital camera, hence the grainyness and small image size. Most memory cards were terrible in 2000.
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Hi Joe, nice to hear from you. Sorry to take so long to reply, been away. The info that you gave me doesn’t fit anyone exactly in my tree. There was a Samuel J Power b.1873 at Affane whose father was Captain William Power who was b.1834 in Affane and d.1902. Samuel however, was unmarried and was the final inheritor of Affane. He sold it to a local person in the 1950s. This doesn’t sound as though it’s of much help to you.

Before that there were a number of Samuels and Johns but none with the same titles etc as you mentioned. Do you have dates?

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John

Like8++++++ da Gian, ottima prospettiva e bei colori personalizzati, ciao e buona sera amico Ildefonso.

Where does this placemarker actually belong? Because it sure isn't here....

Apparently Buena Vista Park has walkways with gutters that are lined with the tombstones of the cemeteries that used to be at Lone Mountain, SF. Did you notice anything like that there? I can't quite tell in this photo because leaves are covering them up.

Apparently Buena Vista Park has walkways with gutters that are lined with the tombstones of the cemeteries that used to be at Lone Mountain, SF. That white streak on the left may be tombstone segments...

Hello Ragemanchoo82 Sorry for my slow reply. I was facing Ne in this picture

For Ragemanchoo82, Yes it did have a section that raised and lowered, one where both sides had a section that raised etc. The whole bridge deck was wooden, which always made for an interesting ride, as when I was a kid this bridge seemes ancient and was torn down to make way for a new concrete bridge. The new bridge was finished in 1985, and was named the Richard I Bong Memorial Bridge, after a local flying ace from WWII. Here are a few articles with pictures, although even looking up the name it had, it's still not got an article in Wiki. http://attic.areavoices.com/2008/02/19/the-late-great-arrowhead-bridge/

A railroad used to go through here

No cave-ins anywhere. It is fenced off at either end but theoretically if the gates were opened you can still walk right the way through.

Thank you Panoramio Friend, for your visit to my gallery and for offering very nice comments and Likes and Ys on the photos...Greetings from India....

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