Located in Lebanon County, the Cornwall Iron Furnace was built in 1742 and stayed in operation until 1883. Now a museum for everyone to Tour and see how Iron was made long ago. Called a Abattoir, this Gothic Revival structure served as a smoke house and butcher shop for the Cornwall Iron Estate. This wasContinue reading “ON THE TRAIL OF HISTORY”
Hello there, my followers. In relation to my last Post on Port Clinton Ave. I had stated that I’d go back up there and try to shoot a Image like the one above on how it looks today. Well, I did do just that, but found that this Image would have been impossible to re-shoot. Continue reading “THEN & NOW”
This is a very old Image of Port Clinton Ave. that was taken sometime in the early 1900’s. It shows the old Union Canal while it was still in operation. Most of this is all gone to History, but there is still some of it that remains today. I have taken the time to “outline”Continue reading “OLD PORT CLINTON AVE.”
Taken in IR at the Heritage Center. Sorry for the Lens Flair. Just did not see it until I was processing the Image. Since I don’t have a camera that is converted to IR I use a Hoya R72 720nm screw on filter. Take the Image and convert it to B&W. I then have toContinue reading “INFRARED PARK”
Happen to stop by a business yesterday and could not help to notice this fully restored Cadillac. I’m not quite sure what year this is. Maybe a 1969 or earlier model. It was a real beauty to see. I’m guessing this is a Cadillac Seville, but just don’t know. Cars like this will never beContinue reading “CLASSIC CAR”
This past Sunday, I made another trip back up to Hamburg to see if the Historical Society was open this time. Before I had stopped by and it was closed, but it stated that it was open every Sunday from 1 – 4 pm. Why no one was there, I didn’t know at the time.Continue reading “HISTORIC WAGON”
The Historic Wertz Covered Bridge with a different look. Thank you.
Usually located in the Parlor from long ago. Not sure if this was built by the Gruber Wagon Works or not. Thank you.
Yesterday was darn HOT and sticky, but I decided to take a trip back up to the Coal Mining Town of St. Clair to see if my “free shooting range” was still there. It was there, but across the road was a different story. The last time I was up here the Bulldozers, Yukes, EarthContinue reading “RE-CLAIM THE LAND”
Do you remember these? No longer are they seen at the end of a train. Why this has happened I don’t know. The Caboose was once a train car that was always on the back end of the train. In the early day’s, and later it was used to house sleeping area’s, cook, and aContinue reading “IRON STOVE”