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Urban Champ on Scranton
Posted in: Scranton.
They sure look quiet for a place that’s always busy! Oh, wait… irony! Gunnar
Unfortunately most of Scranton seems to be in a doldrum.
my grandpa’s shoe store! thanks for posting this.
I have a pair of antique baby shoes for sale that are stamped on bottom Lewis and Reilly…if interested, they can be seen at http://www.rubylane.com/shops/joyland
always busy… LoL, doesn’t look it and nor does the rest of Scranton. I came back hone for the holiday and poor old Scranton looks as if time forgot about it as I watch it defend into a dark quiet decline. My neighbors house from where we grew up started to slide into a giant sinkhole into an old mineshaft. What a shame it’s become so ugly and so little work or opportunity.
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