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Old September 26th, 2007, 09:55 PM   #1
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Meadville, Pennsylvania

Meadville is a city in northwestern Pennsylvania and is the county seat of Crawford County. The city was founded in 1788 by David Mead, and became the county seat in 1800. Meadville's population is just under 14,000.

Meadville is the birthplace of the direct primary, which is the process of having registered party members vote for a candidate to run for office, and the process is now used all around the country, including for Presidential elections. It was begun in 1842 by the Democratic Party to nominate county offices. Meadville is also the site of Allegheny College, the second oldest college west of the Allegheny Mountains and the oldest college in continuous existence under the same name west of the Mountains.

St. Paul's United Church of Christ on Park Avenue.

Looking west down Chestnut Street at Meadville's business district.

The Town Tavern on Chestnut Street.

The fountain in the center of Diamond Park, with houses on the west side of Diamond Park Square.

The Crawford County Courthouse on Diamond Park Square. The courthouse was built in 1952.

Christ Episcopal Church on the northwestern corner of Diamond Park Square.

Parkside Commons, an apartment complex on the northeast corner of Diamond Park Square. The building was built in 1921 and used to be Meadville High School until the 1990's.

Doctors offices on Diamond Park Square.

Houses on Park Avenue at Randolph Street.

Looking south down Market Street at the Market House, built in 1870, in the middle, and the Kepler Hotel, built in 1890, with the porches on the right.

A house on Chestnut Street.

Houses on Cherry Street.

Houses on Water Street.

Houses on Willow Street.

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Old September 27th, 2007, 06:54 AM   #2
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Hahaha, love this pic...

lower left corner, looks like what we in Auckland call an "inorganic collection" .

Two questions. Do any of these residential home owners have off street parking - on site garaging?

2, where is everyone ? Were these taken on a Sunday morning or was everyone at a game?

As the most venerable D Lange would say..."Stupid, I can smell the hydrocarbons on your breath from over here!"
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Looks pleasant!
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Old September 27th, 2007, 07:16 AM   #4
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