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Natrona Heights

Click on any picture below to see larger version plus updated views.


These photos of Natrona Heights were provided by Raymond Rennick who took the pictures during the expansion of Freeport Road to four lanes in 1963 and updated the views in 1998.

Near McDonalds.



The intersection of Freeport Road and Springhill Road.



The Birdville Bakery once occupied the lot where Woyt Insurance Agency now stands.



In 1958 the Post Office was where the Take Six tavern stands today.



Looking south near St. Josephs Cemetery.



Looking north near St. Josephs Cemetery



Salto's Grocery stood at the present site of the Do-Drop Inn.



Looking North near Mount Airy Cemetery.



An empty lot where Bouchat Oldsmobile now stands.









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