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Photos taken by Wendy Lyon and shared via the OABONNY Facebook Page 2012
Little house in the woods, Galway, Saratoga County.

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Comments from visitors:
On 1/4/13 Avontricia writes "
What a great little house!! Is it in disrepair? Where is it??"
On 1/4/13 Aymeesue writes "Really cool pictures...Although, it doesn't look abandoned with the wreath on the door...."
On 8/3/13 Bob writes "That's not in Galway.., more like Burnt Hills NY."


Old dilapidated building found on the Boshart Road up off Route 177, Lewis County
Photos taken by Eric Townshend and shared via the OABONNY Facebook Page 2012
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Eric writes "This building is on the Moren Road off the Gardner Road in Lewis County. The roof is in extremely good condition, considering it has been exposed to the weather on Tug Hill."
Photos taken by Eric Townshend and shared via the OABONNY Facebook Page 2012
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Photos taken by Jodi Troute and shared via the OABONNY Facebook Page 2013
Jodi says that these were all taken on the east side of Buffalo and that the photos of the brick storefront/upper apartment are possibly located on Broadway Street.
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Photos taken May 5, 2013
Route 12, between Clayton and Watertown, old Gunns Corners (Gunn's Corners) Hotel.
Some history on Gunns Corners -
At various times there have been a tavern, stores, motel, and houses there or nearby, and farm buildings across the corner.
Gunn's Corners got its name from John N. Gunn who was a veteran of the War of 1812. He settled in the Town of Pamelia pre-1819 and operated a store at Pamelia Four Corners. In the winter of 1836 he bought about ten acres in the Town of Clayton at what now is the location of Gunn's Corners, which is named after him.
The very old Gunn's Corner's Hotel was destroyed in an explosion and fire in 1947. An explosion was heard originating from the cellar and the fire was fueled by a gas truck who's driver quickly drove away when he heard the noise. The hose spewed fuel all over and helped to spread the fire. One of the hotel's employees grabbed the money on his way out, and all human inhabitants escaped without injury. A bull dog, allowed to roam around the lobby at night, was lost as well as a family of cats.

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Photos taken May 5, 2013
Wilder Road, Town of Orleans, Jefferson County

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Photos taken May 27, 2013
Spring house at Great Bear Recreational Area
Friends of Great Bear Recreational Area Website

NNY Trails Page on Great Bear
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Photos taken May 27, 2013
Old spring-water well at Great Bear Recreational Area
See some of the history of this at the Friends of Great Bear Recreational Area Website
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Photos taken May 27, 2013
Former Erie Canal guard lock along the trail in Great Bear Recreational Area
Friends of Great Bear Recreational Area Website

NNY Trails Page on Great Bear
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