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Top-Water 10-10-2020 08:43 PM

Old Wolfeboro
 
Old Wolfeboro / Deleted

camp guy 10-11-2020 11:06 AM

Old Wolfeboro
 
Great pictures!! In the last picture, the only thing missing is "Hot Dog Bob" and his cart.

ApS 10-11-2020 12:37 PM

Strange...
 
There are trees--and a horse (!) in the picture. :eek2:

Descant 10-11-2020 01:21 PM

what boat?
 
What is the name of the boat in the next to last picture? It looks like 100 passengers and single lifeboat, capacity 10. On the other hand, it appears the Mount has no lifeboat in the last picture.
Thanks for posting these photos.

Barney Bear 10-11-2020 03:52 PM

Feature Film
 
The people in the photos look like a movie cast, wearing fine clothing and hats.

It appears that a lifeboat is located at the starboard stern of the Mount.

Note the horsedrawn delivery sled in the first photo.

Thanks for showing these historic items to us. 🐻

mcdude 10-11-2020 05:08 PM

In the Hobb's Landing postcard......what exactly is going on under that red umbrella? :emb::look::emb:

mcdude 10-11-2020 05:40 PM

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http://weirsbeach.com/media2008updat...telelmwood.jpg


http://weirsbeach.com/media2010/misc/glendonhouse.jpg


http://weirsbeach.com/newmedia/10vie...nding-edit.jpg


https://images.squarespace-cdn.com/c...g?format=1500w

Tallyho 10-12-2020 10:55 AM

old Wolfeboro
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Descant (Post 344929)
What is the name of the boat in the next to last picture? It looks like 100 passengers and single lifeboat, capacity 10. On the other hand, it appears the Mount has no lifeboat in the last picture.
Thanks for posting these photos.

I think the vessel in the forth picture is the Gov. Endicott.

camp guy 10-12-2020 11:50 AM

Old Wolfeboro
 
With respect to the Hobb's Landing post card - "What happens under the umbrella stays under the umbrella".

tis 10-12-2020 01:14 PM

This was the North Main Street Bus. The kids who lived above Forest Road rode free and those who lived below paid. It was Alvin Hatch's bus. He had a jewelry business in the midwest but moved to Wolfeboro after marrying his wife "The Goose " of Goose Corner. In Wolfeboro he became a "gentleman farmer".

tis 10-12-2020 06:54 PM

I have seen this picture before. If the whole picture was in view you would see Mr. Hatch to the left with his dog Chief. I love the history of the town. In this particular instance I had personal knowledge of the family so I know a little more about them. Mrs. Hatch was quite a character. She wrote a little book called Goose Quills. She wrote for the Granite State News too. Obviously she didn't believe a woman's place was in the home even in those days. Unfortunately they didn't have any kids.

Slickcraft 10-12-2020 07:32 PM

Was the Brook and Bridle inn located in Wolfeboro or on Roberts Cove Rd in Alton? As I recall Bonnie Dunbar's place of that name was in Alton.

barefootbay 10-12-2020 09:41 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Slickcraft (Post 345049)
Was the Brook and Bridle inn located in Wolfeboro or on Roberts Cove Rd in Alton? As I recall Bonnie Dunbar's place of that name was in Alton.

Yes,East Alton near Roberts cove. Now owned by Brewster Academy in Wolfeboro.

mcdude 10-13-2020 08:40 AM

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https://www.winnipesaukee.com/photop...lakecards7.jpg

Wentworth06 10-14-2020 09:51 PM

Sled dog team in wolfeboro
 
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Here is an old one from wolfeboro, from my old friends collection

tis 10-15-2020 05:49 AM

Wentworth, do you know where that is? Is it Wolfeboro Falls at the junction of 28 and 109A?

Wentworth06 10-15-2020 12:14 PM

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He told me it was, but couldnít confirm myself .heres another from 1916 ,the man on left with hat started one of the first resorts .
Titled a Two hour catch on the original photo.

Wentworth06 10-15-2020 12:19 PM

Brooke and bridle inn. Photo above
 
That photo is interesting .it shows old fire prevention techniques. The beams on the ceiling are chamfered or rounded to prevent flames from catching the edges of the beams. Learned that from the man who gave Me the photos and shad several fires at his resort.

Senter Cove Guy 10-15-2020 10:57 PM

Wolfeboro - Downtown Parking
 
Why is it that today, immediate downtown on-street parking on North Main Street is parallel and on South Main Street it's diagonal? I'm pretty sure that during the 1950's, it was all parallel.

tis 10-16-2020 05:48 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Senter Cove Guy (Post 345179)
Why is it that today, immediate downtown on-street parking on North Main Street is parallel and on South Main Street it's diagonal? I'm pretty sure that during the 1950's, it was all parallel.

Interesting question. But I think it used to be mostly all diagonal. Now it's mixed. Who knows why?????

ApS 10-16-2020 06:24 AM

One Thought...
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by tis (Post 345187)
Interesting question. But I think it used to be mostly all diagonal. Now it's mixed. Who knows why?????

There was no room for regular traffic when delivery trucks made their stops?

tis 10-16-2020 07:58 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ApS (Post 345188)
There was no room for regular traffic when delivery trucks made their stops?

I assume it was a space thing, yes. But do you remember if they made the sidewalks wider? Also at one point there were elm trees everywhere.

TheTimeTraveler 10-16-2020 01:37 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Top-Water (Post 345164)

Love those majestic elm trees!

TheTimeTraveler 10-16-2020 01:54 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Top-Water (Post 345163)
From some time in the 1950's

https://i.imgur.com/gVznxw8.jpg

For the benefit of the younger Forum members: Yes, we did used to have several pharmacies on Main Street (as seen in the photo).

Also, note the original location of Bradley's Hardware prior to relocating to its current location at 22 Railroad Avenue.

Now does anyone remember what used to be in the 22 Railroad Ave building before Bradley's moved there? I believe it used to be some kind of meat processing facility. Am I correct?

tis 10-16-2020 06:20 PM

Yes it was. We called it the Locker Plant.

fatlazyless 10-16-2020 07:51 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by tis (Post 345223)
Yes it was. We called it the Locker Plant.

Can you remember Bill Todesco,

www.baker-gagnefuneralhomes.com/obituary/2797483

the butcher at the Wolfeboro Locker Plant sometime before he opened the Sears Catalog Merchant Store in 1966!

tis 10-17-2020 06:00 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by fatlazyless (Post 345224)
Can you remember Bill Todesco,

www.baker-gagnefuneralhomes.com/obituary/2797483

the butcher at the Wolfeboro Locker Plant sometime before he opened the Sears Catalog Merchant Store in 1966!

Of course I do. Before he died he had a little stand like Hot Dog Bob. His was by Spencer Hughes Realty-now called Verani I think.

Sorry, I didn't open the obituary. It said that. I can barely remember the Locker Plant so I don't remember him working there but I do remember going there with my mom and dad.

tis 10-17-2020 03:14 PM

Dockside now. At one time
there was a huge building there Owned by the railroad but it burned

Top-Water 10-17-2020 04:09 PM

Old Wolfeboro / Deleted

tis 10-18-2020 03:43 PM

That does look like a water ski. The tower is the town hall. Brewster would be to the right of the picture.

Top-Water 10-18-2020 04:50 PM

Old Wolfeboro / Deleted

ApS 10-18-2020 05:54 PM

What is now the Town Hall was donated to Wolfeboro by John Brewster.

Built in 1888, you've got to stand on the sidewalk and take it all in. It's impressive and much grander than it looks from a drive-by.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brewster_Memorial_Hall

JEEPONLY 10-19-2020 02:15 AM

More...
 
https://books.google.com/books?id=tO...m%20nh&f=false

Top-Water 10-19-2020 05:07 AM

Old Wolfeboro / Deleted

Top-Water 10-20-2020 06:07 AM

From a long time ago when the pace (of life) was a lot slower in the lakes region

https://i.imgur.com/yozIDwF.jpg

ApS 10-20-2020 08:29 AM

Landmarks Needed...
 
"North" Main Street takes a traveler west out of town. This view must be miles away--perhaps photographed from Winter Harbor?

Maybe the area now occupied by "Robin Acres"?

Anyone recognize any of those barns as landmarks?

tis 10-20-2020 01:19 PM

APS, I don't think it's out as far as Robin Acres. I think the upper part of the picture could be the top of North Main St. hill. Remember there were no trees then, all fields so it might look further than it is? I wish the building were a little clearer though. I think the houses along the lake are Sewall Road.

barefootbay 10-20-2020 06:01 PM

Thatís a tough one. The topography has changed so much in the last 100 yrs itís hard to identify a specific local , especially since time has moved on and the old timer contingent is pretty much gone now as well.

Top-Water 10-24-2020 06:10 PM

Other speed boats from back in the day Lady W. and Lady J. out of northeast marine.

https://i.imgur.com/NBKq2Sa.png

Top-Water 10-24-2020 06:32 PM

Clarks Point / Barndoor Island

https://i.imgur.com/4hK91gu.jpg

Top-Water 10-24-2020 06:41 PM

Greater Wolfeboro

https://i.imgur.com/oZ2Y7ds.jpg

JEEPONLY 10-25-2020 02:59 AM

These great old pictures create a beautiful scene of a life that will never again exist around here. The few that have memories, and experiences, they can connect to the photos are fortunate, just as we are fortunate to hear their extended thoughts.

I know this suggestion is out of the realm of the Lakes Region- but if you know ANYTHING about NYC, you owe it to yourself to read the 1970 novel (illustrated novel- and still in print!)- Time and Again, by Jack Finney.

I read this book once a year, every year, for 20 years after first receiving it from a friend. It's a peaceful respite from the pace of today's life in a beautifully written hand.

You have time- sit back, relax and get lost in this fabulous story!

tis 10-25-2020 05:58 AM

Brewster was so pretty when it was an open field to the lake. Top, do you have post cards? Where are all these pictures from?

Stilljester 10-25-2020 09:32 AM

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Originally Posted by Top-Water (Post 345164)

Let's see it in color....
https://images42.fotki.com/v886/phot...boro50s-vi.jpg

Top-Water 10-25-2020 10:34 PM

Boatlanding

https://i.imgur.com/scsbR5A.png

Top-Water 10-25-2020 10:43 PM

Maple Hurst Wolfeboro

https://i.imgur.com/VFt4Khp.jpg

Top-Water 10-25-2020 10:51 PM

Point Maryland

https://i.imgur.com/mt5BLSD.jpg

Top-Water 10-25-2020 10:56 PM

Vacation Perfection

https://i.imgur.com/YUGbp1i.jpg

Top-Water 10-25-2020 11:05 PM

The Wolfeboro Lakes

https://i.imgur.com/szMFawB.jpg

Top-Water 10-25-2020 11:10 PM

Lake View Farm

https://i.imgur.com/YOUyKet.jpg

Top-Water 10-25-2020 11:32 PM

Buried Treasure

https://i.imgur.com/UpQDuFz.png

ApS 10-26-2020 08:31 AM

Point Maryland?
 
"Point Maryland" seems to only exist on this post card. :confused: 'Never seen it on a map, or heard any mention of it.

'Good picture of Wolfeboro's "Dockside". I have an early photo taken by my family there, but there was no covered waiting area in the picture. The parked cars "speak" of the early-through-late 1940s, so this was a post-war photograph.

Beyond Rust Pond is Copple Crown Mountain, also rendered as one word--"Copplecrown".
Abandoned "Moose Mountain Ski Slope" was located there, not to be confused with Moose Mountain near Vermont.

Brewster had a nice open campus, but most has been built up. Their endowment must be impressive. :eek2: Brewster's "message" has certainly morphed since I attended. :confused:

The new (and huge) "Pinckney Boathouse" ($600,000 in 1988) really stuck out along the shoreline! NH 's architects were impressed. :rolleye2:

Who was Pinckney, you ask? IDK...:confused:

tis 10-26-2020 01:10 PM

I never heard of Point Maryland either. Hmmm. Pinckney I believe was somebody who donated the bulk of the money to build the boathouse-from one of the more recent attendees-not back in the older days.

The Lakeview Farm Restaurant was where O's is now and the Inn on Main. It was just above the main building.

Stilljester 10-28-2020 02:26 AM

Main Street - 1930's?
https://images42.fotki.com/v903/phot...boro30s-vi.jpg

ApS 10-28-2020 03:26 AM

Horses plus Cars?
 
I would've said 1920s, back when cars had wood-spoked wheels; however, I found this at Wikipedia:
Quote:

"The U.S. state of New Hampshire first required its residents to register their motor vehicles and display license plates in 1905".
:eek2:

I thought the building at the right had been constructed to house Wolfeboro First National Bank. 'Guess not...:confused: Now I wish I'd kept my savings passbook as a souvenir. :look:

TheTimeTraveler 10-28-2020 08:39 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ApS (Post 345720)
I would've said 1920s, back when cars had wood-spoked wheels; however, I found this at Wikipedia: :eek2:

I thought the building at the right had been constructed to house Wolfeboro First National Bank. 'Guess not...:confused: Now I wish I'd kept my savings passbook as a souvenir. :look:

Interesting photograph. I notice no railroad tracks crossing Main Street so I wonder when the Wolfeboro train terminated at the Railroad Avenue station instead of the actual waterfront location? Anyone know?

Also, wasn't there a period of time when appliances were sold at the Wolfeboro First National Bank after the bank initially moved out of there?

Puck 10-28-2020 12:35 PM

Sanborn Fire Maps
 
Hopefully this link will work. If not you might want to do an online search for "Dartmouth collection Sanborn Maps". these were maps done for the purpose of evaluating fire risks for insurance purposes and can have an amazing amount of information.
https://collections.dartmouth.edu/ar...a&sv=wolfeboro

mcdude 10-28-2020 02:25 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by TheTimeTraveler (Post 345731)
Interesting photograph. I notice no railroad tracks crossing Main Street so I wonder when the Wolfeboro train terminated at the Railroad Avenue station instead of the actual waterfront location? Anyone know?
.


It still ran across Main Street in 1914 but I couldn't find an exact date when the tracks were ripped up.

mcdude 10-28-2020 02:37 PM

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Also, wasn't there a period of time when appliances were sold at the Wolfeboro First National Bank after the bank initially moved out of there?
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From "Remember When...." Edited by Kathy O'Meara 1976

mcdude 10-28-2020 02:50 PM

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This section of a1928 topographical map of Wolfeboro indicates that the tracks still crossed Main Street to the Lake Station.

Top-Water 10-28-2020 08:49 PM

Someone on the forum must have a story about this place.

https://i.imgur.com/5bPvKZc.png

https://i.imgur.comusm/MSW2KZH.png

Stilljester 10-29-2020 02:45 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by TheTimeTraveler (Post 345731)
...I notice no railroad tracks crossing Main Street so I wonder when the Wolfeboro train terminated at the Railroad Avenue station instead of the actual waterfront location?...

My guess is the tracks are likely embedded / flush with the street vs. the raised bed and/or formal crossings we think of today. Another example:

https://images52.fotki.com/v1211/pho...30_tiff-vi.jpg

TheTimeTraveler 10-29-2020 06:09 AM

This is an interesting photo posted by Stilljester. Does anyone have an idea of an approximate year this photo was taken? McDude says the railroad tracks crossing Main Street were removed in 1914 so we do know it's prior to 1914.

I did enlarge it and made a few mental notes; The Town does have telephone (electric) poles, there are no gasoline vehicles visible on the street (all horse drawn vehicles), and it appears to be a reduced sized steam powered railroad engine actively crossing Main Street.

mcdude 10-29-2020 08:28 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by TheTimeTraveler (Post 345758)
McDude says the railroad tracks crossing Main Street were removed in 1914 so we do know it's prior to 1914.

I said they were still there in 1914 and the map indicates they were still there in 1928

Senter Cove Guy 10-29-2020 12:02 PM

Best Thread
 
This is one of the best threads ever. We need one of these for every town around Lake Winnipesaukee. Keep this stuff coming!

Stilljester 10-29-2020 01:10 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by TheTimeTraveler (Post 345758)
This is an interesting photo posted by Stilljester. Does anyone have an idea of an approximate year this photo was taken?

Per New York Public Library, 1907

Top-Water 11-01-2020 09:54 AM

Wolfeboro


https://i.imgur.com/jIGxbcO.jpg

Top-Water 11-01-2020 10:01 AM

Another photo of of the lake view farm

https://i.imgur.com/QQzwajM.jpg

Top-Water 11-01-2020 10:08 AM

Mirror Lake near the Libby Museum & Winter Harbor

https://i.imgur.com/pz2cnIg.jpg

mcdude 11-01-2020 11:26 AM

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https://www.winnipesaukee.com/photop...licchurch2.jpg

Top-Water 11-01-2020 02:20 PM

Lake Wentworth 1924


https://i.imgur.com/NadzOjW.jpg

Top-Water 11-01-2020 03:54 PM

Any guesses on where this place was years ago.

https://i.imgur.com/YrOmhac.jpg

Top-Water 11-07-2020 03:25 PM

Where was this place. With my bad eyes this appears to be overlooking Alton Bay
 
Where was this place? With my bad eyes this appears to be overlooking Alton Bay but is titled Wolfeboro anyone know? Looks like Rattlesnake Island in the distance above the single car in the back ground.

https://i.imgur.com/xHiUiPM.png

tis 11-07-2020 03:58 PM

It looks more like Alton to me also. I don't remember seeing a picture of that place in Wolfeboro pictures.

Top-Water 11-07-2020 04:18 PM

Tis, thankyou for the reply was hoping you would chime in. Glad you seem to think it is Alton bay too. Maybe Senter Cove Guy guy knows.

TheTimeTraveler 11-07-2020 04:28 PM

It looks like they were selling Texaco Gasoline; wherever it is......

tis 11-07-2020 04:40 PM

I am wondering if it could be the cabins on old 28-you can see them from the "new" 28 on the left heading toward Wolfeboro. Are they called "Hilltop" now? Can't remember the name but Bob Gavill owns them and he is the nicest guy you could ever meet. It just kind of looks like that area to me but I could be all wrong. Just guessing.

gillygirl 11-07-2020 05:21 PM

The postcard says Wolfeboro Road Alton NH Route 28.


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Top-Water 11-07-2020 05:34 PM

Old Wolfeboro / Deleted

tis 11-07-2020 06:46 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by gillygirl (Post 346161)
The postcard says Wolfeboro Road Alton NH Route 28.


Sent from my iPad using Winnipesaukee Forum mobile app

That fits the place I described. It would be old 28 out of Wolfeboro. If you went by Robert's Cove almost to the end of that road before you hit the new 28 that would be the location. It really looks like the area.

barefootbay 11-07-2020 09:51 PM

My best guess is East Alton some where in the Roberts Cove area .

Top-Water 11-08-2020 10:14 AM

The oldest natural history museum in New Hampshire.
 
Old Wolfeboro / Deleted

JEEPONLY 11-08-2020 10:57 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by TheTimeTraveler (Post 346159)
It looks like they were selling Texaco Gasoline; wherever it is......

And Mawxie!

Top-Water 11-08-2020 11:03 AM

Old Wolfeboro / Deleted

Top-Water 11-08-2020 11:06 AM

Old Wolfeboro / Deleted

Top-Water 11-08-2020 11:28 AM

Old Wolfeboro / Deleted

camp guy 11-08-2020 12:52 PM

Libby Museum
 
Libby Museum ought to be on everybody's "to do" list. It is open to the public, and there is an opportunity to voluntarily donate toward the upkeep. There is an organization, "Friends of he Libby Museum", incorporated as a non-profit, which provides structure to the Museum.

Within the Museum,a visitor will find all kinds of natural history exhibits, animals, artifacts, diorama-type displays, written material. During the summer they sponsor educational programs with speakers and traveling exhibits.

It is on Route 109 in Wolfeboro, just south of the Tuftonboro line. It is accessible by boat, although the docking is extremely limited.

There is something for all ages. I have been going there at least once a summer for over 50 years.

upthesaukee 11-08-2020 11:53 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by camp guy (Post 346191)
Libby Museum ought to be on everybody's "to do" list. It is open to the public, and there is an opportunity to voluntarily donate toward the upkeep. There is an organization, "Friends of he Libby Museum", incorporated as a non-profit, which provides structure to the Museum.

Within the Museum,a visitor will find all kinds of natural history exhibits, animals, artifacts, diorama-type displays, written material. During the summer they sponsor educational programs with speakers and traveling exhibits.

It is on Route 109 in Wolfeboro, just south of the Tuftonboro line. It is accessible by boat, although the docking is extremely limited.

There is something for all ages. I have been going there at least once a summer for over 50 years.

Does that make you a relic, Camp Guy? 50 years on exhibit.;)

Dave

Boardwalk Bluesboy 11-12-2020 12:24 AM

More Old Wolfeboro Photos
 
Here are lots and lots of Old Wolfeboro Photos:

http://www.weirsbeach.com/newmedia/10views/view9.html

TheTimeTraveler 11-12-2020 10:30 AM

Very interesting collection of photos.

If you look carefully at one of the photos, you can see the Gulf Gas Station was originally located at the Ford Dealership prior to moving across the street to where the Yum Yum Shop is today.

Thank you for posting the collection of photos!

Top-Water 11-12-2020 10:06 PM

Old Wolfeboro / Deleted

Top-Water 11-12-2020 10:14 PM

Old Wolfeboro / Deleted

Descant 11-13-2020 01:16 AM

Gulf or ESSO?
 
Many nice pix, and it's hard to dissect them all. My recollection is that, back in the day, gas stations had disticntive architecture. Among other features, Esso had a red lipstick roof feature. I always thought of the Yum Yum shop as being a former Esso/Exxon station. To me Gulf had their orange signs but nothing distinctive about architecture. YumYum = Esso, n'est ce pas?

mcdude 11-13-2020 11:18 AM

C'est vrai
 
This pic indicates that the Yum Yum Shop was previously a Gulf Station.




https://www.winnipesaukee.com/photop...scanyumyum.JPG


For some history of the Yum Yum Shop click here.... https://www.yumyumshop.com/pages/about

TheTimeTraveler 11-13-2020 01:14 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Descant (Post 346443)
Many nice pix, and it's hard to dissect them all. My recollection is that, back in the day, gas stations had disticntive architecture. Among other features, Esso had a red lipstick roof feature. I always thought of the Yum Yum shop as being a former Esso/Exxon station. To me Gulf had their orange signs but nothing distinctive about architecture. YumYum = Esso, n'est ce pas?

I remember the Esso station quite well. It was located on the hill across from the A&P (which is now Hunters Supermarket). This was made into a nice little park once the station closed.

This old fashioned Esso gas station was rather unique as it did not have a car lift; rather it had a deep cement trench that the mechanic had to step down into in order to work under the vehicles. It was a very small Gas Station.

McDude is correct in that the Gulf Station was located at the current Yum Yum Shop, but prior to that it was located at the Ford Dealership across the street.

Merrymeeting 11-13-2020 01:48 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by TheTimeTraveler (Post 346465)
This old fashioned Esso gas station was rather unique as it did not have a car lift; rather it had a deep cement trench that the mechanic had to step down into in order to work under the vehicles. It was a very small Gas Station.

These pits were phased out because too many mechanics were killed or injured using them. Heavier-than-air fumes and gases would collect in the pits causing the mechanic to pass out or suffocate if no one noticed their distress.

jbolty 11-13-2020 02:18 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Merrymeeting (Post 346471)
These pits were phased out because too many mechanics were killed or injured using them. Heavier-than-air fumes and gases would collect in the pits causing the mechanic to pass out or suffocate if no one noticed their distress.

I was a mechanic at the chevy dealer in wolfboro many years ago and we had those pits. Made certain jobs easy but really was dangerous aside from the fumes there was the issue of falling in or driving a car over the edge. At the time it was called Kamler Chevrolt and Buick and was located sort of behind Hunters grocery. (was it called that then, 40+ years ago?)

mcdude 11-13-2020 02:28 PM

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At the time it was called Kamler Chevrolt and Buick and was located sort of behind Hunters grocery. (was it called that then, 40+ years ago?)


The Time Traveler tells us (a few posts above) that it was an A&P at one time.

tis 11-13-2020 02:35 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by mcdude (Post 346478)
The Time Traveler tells us (a few posts above) that it was an A&P

The A&P was in front of Kamler which before that was Hart's garage. The Rite Aid went in there and is now Walgreen's.

mcdude 11-13-2020 02:46 PM

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Originally Posted by Top-Water (Post 345751)
Someone on the forum must have a story about this place.

https://i.imgur.com/5bPvKZc.png

https://i.imgur.comusm/MSW2KZH.png

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