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Taken on 12/15/10 by John M.H.
North Star Road, town of Mooers, Clinton County
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Taken on 12/15/10 by John M.H.
Front of the previous building
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Taken on 12/24/10 by John M.H.
House located on the Fisk Road, Town of Chazy, Clinton County
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Taken on 12/24/10 by John M.H.
Another side of previous house
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Taken on 01/14/11 by John M.H.
Sugar house is located on the Bush Road, Town of Mooers, Clinton County. Notice building is framed with logs, the holding tank and old sap buckets are there.
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Taken on 01/14/11 by John M.H.
Another side.
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Taken on 01/14/11 by John M.H.
Notice building is framed with logs.
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Taken on 01/14/11 by John M.H.
Closer look at the log frame.
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Taken on 01/14/11 by John M.H.
Sap Holding tank.
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Taken on 01/25/11 by John M.H.
Machine shed is located on the Rapids Road, Town of Champlain. Notice the second floor has collapsed.
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Taken on 01/25/11 by John M.H.
The other end.
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Taken on 01/25/11 by John M.H.
Another view.
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Taken on 01/25/11 by John M.H.
The interior.
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Taken on 01/27/11 by John M.H.
House is located on the Nephew Road, Town of Mooers, Clinton County.  It has been vacant for almost 10 years. The owners built a new house next door.
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Taken on 01/27/11 by John M.H.
Front view.
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Taken on 01/27/11 by John M.H.
Another side.
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Taken on 02/07/11
Near the village of Theresa, Jefferson County, on the River Road across from the corner of Douglas Crossing Road, perhaps an old store or garage?

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Comments from visitors:
Gerald D. writes "This building on the intersection of River Road and Douglas Crossing Road was a gas station in the early thirties. It was occupied by a family by the name of Jury. They lived in the back and gasoline was dispensed from the front of the building. The state built a bypass from Douglas corners to Coopers corners on the military highway, this doing away with local traffic. To the very right of this building was the land office of La Farge for the settlements of the French emigrants."
 
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