The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
WOW! GREAT Pictures. Wow, again!
AWESOME, Just Awesome!
good pics dog
WOW!! great stuff..
John's Donut and Hot Dogs
On Washington Street in the middle of Boston's infamous 'Combat Zone'
At the tender age of 11 my job was to hand deliver the daily menus to the bars, restaurants and hotels in the area.
I saw a lot for my age. And ate a lot of 25 cent hot dogs. And already was accumulating all sorts of derelict and ancient rusted iron in our driveway and garage.
Forest Hills, MA c.1953
Elevated, Trolley, Bus and Railroad.
This one amazes me. We had the technology to build those skyscrapers, but there were still horse drawn buggies on the roads....
Make me realize 100% that our greatness has passed. We are lazy and lack the intelligence our previous generations had in spades.
I have been archiving these classic shots and have them as a slide show for a screen saver and I can't believe the people that gather around my computer when it goes in screen saver mode.
As usual, Dog is the man...er, you know what I mean! It is amazing some people had the sense to photograph just the common things in life we take for granted. And it's a good thing some others had the brains to save and share them. Thanks man...dog...oh skip it!-MIKE
I love playing "spot the Studebaker" in those pix!
great pics man , thanks for sharing!
wonderful ,thanks for sharing!!!!!
...look here for 1000's of pics. Believe me it's habit forming.
These are great, thanx for sharing the memory lane trip. ~Sololobo~
DOG427,do you know where that last cemetary shot is from? Is it possible to get the same pic but from today? That would be so cool!!
I am so glad to see another one of these threads started up! I enjoyed checking the last thread every morning with my cup of coffee.
I think these threads are great entertainment.
There's one of the dam at the lake of the Ozarks. I recognized it because I drove across it about 30 times a day for a month and a half.
The boat on the left side looks different today but the dam is still as narrow.
I love the old pictures
Thanks for sharing these
how can this not put a smile on your face!!! thanks for the post
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