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Discussion in 'Photos' started by 5punksdad, Sep 27, 2012.
Beacon falls CT
Dupree School outside of Vinita, Oklahoma. 1909-1948, now a church.
All that remains of the Ray School in Oklahoma is the storm cellar. The school was closed with the construction of Lake Ft. Gibson in the late 40's. The surrounding area was taken by the government and most of it is now inundated by the lake.
Central Elementary School, Barco, NC. Ah, a trip down memory lane. Did eighth grade here a looong time ago. Wasn't near this nice back then. Spoiled brats.
Arminda Elementary in Knox County,TN
Then down the hill from the school.
Pine Creek Mill.
Standing in the same spot as above picture.
Kellond, OK Appears to be a WPA school, but so far have found little written about it and no year of construction. Now a private home.
Today in Missouri
Omega School, Murphy, Oklahoma.
I posted this school back in 2013 but recently went back.
I rode past this again yesterday and they have put some ugly-ass modern siding on it.
Yonkers School, in the ghost town of Yonkers, Oklahoma. I first posted this back in 2012 on page 1, post #9 of this thread. Back then, we were able to ride street bikes to it. Now, it's a challenge to even get a d-s bike to it.
Ambrose, TX. I may have posted this one before, but I read recently that the place has been getting some care and is a museum of the area. One of these days maybe I can go in and see what they have there and what they have to say about it.
Hanneman Elementary school in Detroit, mi. pic's of the rear,
the first elementary school I attended, the porch is where the kids in kindergarten entered school, it was my post when I was a safety boy
jamieson elementary school, I was in the 5th grade when I attended school here
all that remains near White Bear Saskatchewan
Mt. Trumbull school house:
Goldfield, NV school:
Dawson, Oklahoma. Replaced by a new school in 1930 and became the community center. Annexed into Tulsa in 1948.
Dawson School is a historic school building located in Tulsa, Oklahoma at the intersection of East Ute Place and North Kingston Place. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2001. This two-room sandstone building was built in 1908 in Romanesque style. It is a surviving example of the school building boom that occurred after Oklahoma statehood in 1907.