Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by boggerless, Dec 29, 2006.
the first is 9077. lets see if it brings back any memories.sorry it took so long
i should prolly explain to the rest of you guys.his parents lived in the one house,and grandparents in the other.its in a pretty bad neighborhood in detroit.
I am actually crying right now . Thanks
I will scan the before pics tonight when I get home .
9068 was owned by my family until we bailed in the 80's , originally built in the 40's .
Someone took the porch off 9077
your welcome brother.
The house in 1979 , my father planted the tree with grandma .
The house on 9077 looks better , where as 9068 looks worse for wear . 9077 had an actual porch with railing , I even fell off once climbing on it . This is the only pic I have , mom must have a good shot at her home .
Thats pretty cool...
is that a charger in the driveway???too fookin cool Paul...i have pics of my crib back in 61.Eurekadale!!sorry.i really hope i brought back some memories. GOOD ones.all the trees i planted since i've been here are dead.but two of them. and the one tree is our aniversory tree.
Thats a Newport in the neighbors drive , I remember it being green .
Do the Christmas trees still stand in the neighbors yard ?
I notice the bushes are gone on 9068 .
is that a little you Paul????? i wanna see more.i thought the houses looked cool.9068 needs a roof.
I got plenty of the neighborhood pics to scan when I dig them out . It was actually a lot nicer in the late 70's amd early 80's , when there were still pockets of pollacks there . We wouldn't of ever moved away if grandma didn't die , she refused to quit and leave .
nope no trees at all.what a wreck of a neighborhood. they can't get rid of the trees????but they did. i guess there only memory will be gun shots?very sad......
Grandma was on the game. don;t give up. she knew,so did mine. but when she died the family went seperate ways.and its a waste of time trying to get them together.
I wish I could dig up some pictures of when I lived on Evergreen, just north of Michigan Ave. (1960's).
Cool pic's guys.
That's pretty crazy!
Some trees lined the homes there when the neighborhood was more ..... whats a good word ...... homogenous . I loved the Christmas trees . Dad took some black and white stuff . Looking north from our porch at Longacre and Cathedral .
To have these again
check out the old dadge pickup on 33" mud terrains..
Cool pics. They actually tore down the entire block that my father grew up on to expand the business district down here. Neighborhoods can change completely and quickly.
i hear that, the house my grandpa grew up in and was born in, was torn down, but the lot sits empty with the base of a chimney still... it was torn down before i was born, and that was 21 years ago...
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