The Gates Of Hell

The Gates of Hell – located on the South West side of the Moseley Estate.  It is 2 large iron doors over 10 ft in height, that were built into a hill that lead underground to a storage area.  Fortunately for some it did not go to Hell.  If it had we’d be missing a […]

Parks & Baseball Fields

Parks & Baseball Fields Since parks and baseball fields are most of the time one in the same, this category includes both. ——————————————————————————————————————— Cushing Park – Located next to the old CBS-Hytron plant in the corner of Kent and Washington St.  Locate It This park was leveled during the Bossy Gillis reign to make way […]

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