Never before had a president been forced to step in to help solve such a situation. The gentleman who helped us was amazingly patient with me, even as I spread tiles all across the floor and he even tried to help me make a pattern match with what they had there. Not as good of a view as the bridge due to being farther away from the water and from the heavy tree coverage but none the less it's still a unique experience. I recommend it as a cool park for those who can handle the difference between a city park and a state park. The detail in the buildings is awe inspiring.
The pressed blooms would then be run through a rolling mill to create muck bars. It offered a great backdrop to the relaxing sounds of the wind and the water. Nay Aug as mentioned prior has some hiking trails but I use that term loosely because nothing is terribly difficult. Above two photos taken at the Backyard Ale House 29. They are most likely from the Brennan, Carey, Cary, Cobb, Enslin, Galagher, Griffin, Ruthledge, Swingle, and Taylor families of Luzerne now Wayne , Lackawanna and Northhampton Counties.
All this would change under the leadership of one John L. I recommend it as a cool park for those who can handle the difference between a city park and a state park. He told us that a lot of the items from the warehouse come from New York but there is a lot from Philly and the local area as well. This place was a literal heaven! The gorge has been cut over time by Roaring Brook and offers some really great views of that area of the park while hiking the trails. All I can say about that is, Oh Boy! Can I afford to shop there, no.
Mitchell who became the 5th president of the United Mine Workers in 1899 at the young age of 29. This one is open and they let you roam freely! He knew the warehouse up and down and what he had and where it came from. Coal Mining Pictures-Scranton Wilkes Barre Poconos Pocono Mountains region. The home is reported to have been built around 1880. I finally spoke to someone in management and they assured me that the mirror would be delivered on a specific date and I would be getting a significant discount. It's just piles and piles, and rows and rows of dusty old junk. The gorge has been cut over time by Roaring Brook and offers some really great views of that area of the park while hiking the trails.
It is expansive with lots of fabulous sites along a varied selection of trails. Ford Motor Company at one time wanted to bring an auto manfactuing plant to Scranton, and was stopped by the local businesses who feared it would cut out their source of cheap labor. Nice place to go for a walk or take kids to playground, but I just wish it was cleaned up a bit. The downside is that it's a city park, so it's not beautifully maintained, there are used condoms and some litter, etc. My family was not interested in either during our visit, but which I'm sure other guests might be! All manner of legislation would be passed to protect miners including a law that made it necessary for every mine foreman to take long difficult tests of their knowledge of mining procedures and regulations. The park has been the site of an amusement park and a zoo in days gone by.
There are over 200 photos. Though the area is beautiful with all of its many lakes and mountains, some of the remains of the effects of the strip mining still dot the landscape. That said, they do have some neat old stuff. Of course I have to mention the beautiful waterfall. Walking trails, picnic areas, kid-friendly rides, two playgrounds, two Olympic-sized swimming pools and waterslides are among the attractions. Because you could snap your fingers to some snazzy jazz… Taken at the Scranton Jazz Festival 21.
I have included 96 here. What a nice park in an otherwise drabby city. I am still trying to use published guidelines to estimate their dates. And this one is no exception. Standing about 40 feet away on the same side as us was another young man who was just watching us.
We got up to leave and the latter guy asked if we had a lighter. If anyone would like to see a particular photo with higher resolution or larger, just email me with the. This is a must visit place. I am still fighting to get my money back for the mirror I do not have and in having the same appalling experience with 3 different employees, I cannot believe this company is in business. Don't expect to be in the mountains or in the great outdoors, but what they do have, they do it well.
The pools are huge and only had one lifeguard for each and was dangerously understaffed. Old Photos Old Photos - Unidentified Some of these old photos date back to at least 1830. With great views, fairly accessible trails, and family-friendly areas, Nay Aug Park is well worth your time if you're in the Scranton area. Although I would have preferred to give a five star, had to settle for the four because of the empty zoo or rather a handful of animal housing facility. I ordered and paid for a custom mirror on January 19th and was told that it would be delivered in 5 weeks. They ravaged the land as they ravaged the people. They have several locations including another in Scranton but that one is appointment only.
The Anthracite Strike of 1902 was one of the great events in American labor history. It was really cool as a kid to go to the zoo that used to be here! There's a cool playground, some gardens, and a public pool open briefly during the summer. If I could give them negative stars, I would. This is the largest collection of salvaged architectural stuff I have ever seen. They also make custom pieces and from the look of the lot I saw they do a really nice job. The most easily accessible spot to see the gorge is from the the Paul Kanjorski Bridge.