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Les Barr
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I enjoy seeing Historic places with my Nikon D7000 and learning about the History that shaped our Country. Come along with me and see what I see. Maybe you will learn something.
I enjoy seeing Historic places with my Nikon D7000 and learning about the History that shaped our Country. Come along with me and see what I see. Maybe you will learn something.

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Switching Tower in Tamaqua, PA
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Burning Coal Mine in Centraila, PA USA. This was once someone's back yard. The Mine has been burning since 1962.
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What used to be the Gym at my old HS. The Red walls were not there then, Gym floor is gone. Lot's of basketball games played here, Saturday night dances, and a Cafeteria were here long ago.
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Haunted Halls of my Old High School.

Voices from no-ware, footsteps, and lights that turn on and off for no reason It's true what I have been hearing about!
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Dress that was worn during the Civil War Era by the elegant Ladies of the South. I gota say this Dress is pretty.
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The old St. Nickoles Coal Breaker just outside the town of Shenandoah, PA USA. No longer used, but it did employ hundreds of Miners to process raw Coal. Now, rusting away into History. The long shaft was for moving the raw coal from the Coal Trucks up to the top of the Breaker. It's a strange place to walk around in. Snooping around here was spooky with the wind blowing thru the old structure. It kept me on my toes!
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Custom Corvette with a 705 hp engine! What I could do with that kind of power!
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This was the one time site of the Incline Railway that hauled coal up & down the mountain from when Coal was King in PA. Nothing remains here anymore, except some rusting machinery hidden in the woods off to the right. I will see this old machinery and what it was soon.
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