I just this picture and thought I would may say what needs to be said. The comment above can be taken two ways. One let me say that the small children above are taken care off. There graves are painted every year from a account that was set aside just for them. Also the blue grave on the end is my big brother that was born in 1959. This paint job was done in summer of 2014. All of these babies are cared for. As for the cemetery someone what's it. People are afraid to do anything here cause of all the law suits that have been going on and the way that Jennifer Duncan took care of it and stole from it. The cemetery is being taken care a little bit a time by me. The cemetery is not forgotten nor the people in it.
Thank you for the information. It makes the photo more noteworthy. Best regards, Larry
This is the Freeman Center on 1st Street. Him and his wife totter kids on school subjects.
This sign is at the Centralia Hardwood on Galvin Rd in Centralia. You are looking east at the intersection of Galvin and Harrison.
The brown house on the right is no longer there, the motel on the right is there but out of business cause of fire.
Gone...Richard's Art Yard is now gone. Richard retired from this and took all of it out and it is now gone.
This is now painted black, green, red. Looks lot better.
This bus in no longer in business as what it says. The owner bought the meat store it is by and turned it into the business that was in the bus. The bus now its in the back for storage.
This was here for a long time. I remember it. I believe at one time it caught fire. It was later taken down and now Country Cousin is standing there.