The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
Oregon Lumber Company mill at Bates, late 1940's
Bayfront, Newport, Oregon
Winchester Bay, Oregon
Sea Lion Caves, Oregon Coast
Rare snow, Newport, Oregon
Silver Moon Tavern, Reedsport, Oregon
The road to Crater Lake, Oregon
Construction on Hwy 20, Newport to Waldport, Oregon 1952.
Nye Beach, Newport, Oregon
Hwy 101, looking S. from Angle St., Newport, Oregon
Traffic on Crab Festival Day
Autos on new stretch of Coast Hwy (101) N. of Newport (Beverly Beach section)
Taft, Oregon (now absorbed by Lincoln City)
Oregon Coast Hwy near Otter Crest
Agate Beach turn off, Oregon Coast Hwy, Newport, Oregon
Coast Street, Newport. Oregon
Early auto seen on the Coast highway, southbound near Sea Lion Point.
Highway 101 Otter Crest loop (I'm amazed at how narrow it still is in the 60's, not so nowadays)
House salvaged from slide area on N. Coast St., Newport.
Looking south along the coast highway at the current location of the parking lot for Devils Churn. Road grader in distance.
Heceta Head Lighthouse in the distance.
Near Seal Point, Oregon Coast
Henry Streiff furnished a lot of hay and grain for farmers from Pendleton to the Oregon Coast.
With the interstates and good highways now, this trip takes 5.5 hours in a Volvo, back then, it took all day.
Lock & Dam #1 on the Muskingum River at Marietta, Ohio.
The Berry Hotel, Athens, Ohio.
Bob Restall, who died on Oak Island looking for the treasure, standing with his arms raised while touring with a Wall of Death show.
Never knew they had "Nuclear weapons school" at Pt. Mugu (?)
I don't know what the exact name was, but I do know he went there to study blast effects on structures.I even saw the semi classified textbooks he brought back.
Maybe some Navy HAMBER knows.
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