North Hills Golf Course is an 18 hole course located just north of Corry,PA off of PA Rt 426.
My dad was the superintendant of the course from 1975 - 1984. He also served on the golf commission as member and chairman. This was a great summer job for me when I was attending Edinboro University from 1981-1984.
The correct title is "Fort Pitt Blockhouse".
Nice photo, but you should know, this is not called "Erie Sea Wolves Stadium". The proper title is "Jerry Uht Park".
This is the elementary school that I attended K-6. Sadly, it closed in 2008.
The school never burned down. The senior high wing burned on Nov 22,1964. The senior high went to school in the junior high side in the afternoon and the junior high went to school in the morning. At the time of the fire there was a new wing being built on the western side of the school at the intersection of Pleasant st. and Summer St. The building was renovated from 1991-1992(the year of completion). This is according to my father(James Becker, Jr.) who taught social studies at the school from 1962-1994.
This is one of the Climax Steam Engines that were produced in Corry,PA starting in 1888. The train can be seen inside the Corry Historical Museum. Here's a link to the history of the train.
This is the Edgar Thompson Works of USS, in Bradock, PA, as seen from train at Kennywood
Glad to see this fine building was saved. Worked as a bellhop in 1955 while going to school. It was a fine hotel for the size of the town it was in. Wish I could see what the inside looks like now.
This restaurant was once the Corry Public Library.
Downtown Pittsburgh as seen from Mt. Washington.