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I figure this is (sorta) history-related as it captures an interesting phenomenon that won’t exist forever (in this form, at least).
Someday we’ll see the spam that DIDN’T make it through…
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This photo was taken in 1956. I’m thinking maybe we just had the structure on the left w/ 2 way traffic and they built the new one to divide the highway…? There’s got to be folks around who remember…
Shoot, this may be one of my favorite photos–there are so many fantastic details.
Check out the billboards on the left. Looks like they also had two fueling stations, tire shop AND a garage/repair shop. And is that a Chevy Dealership on the left?
Check out the AutoExpo down in Fortuna this weekend and you may see some of these very same cars cruising Main Street.
Park looks a little different now but still a lot going on, including a music festival this Saturday (July 26)…
102 F ST – CAFÉ WATERFRONT Originally: THE WAVE SALOON/THE WEAVER BLDG. (1st & F St) Style: Eastlake Built: 1892 This building remains substantially unaltered from its original design. Originally the Wave Saloon, a gathering place for fishermen, stevedores and later on, loggers. “The Bluebird Rooms” (a brothel) were on the second floor. [Humboldt County Convention & Visitors Bureau]
This is one of many photos that will be coming from my trip to French Gulch-a gold mining town just off Hwy 299 west of Redding. Please let me know if you can identify the product from Del Norte County.