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Broadway looking Northwest toward the corner of
Chelsea Avenue looking west at the Third Avenue
Notice the original train track gates farther down the road at Fifth Avenue.
Brighton Avenue looking west across Ocean
The only survivor in this view is the little brown storefront with 2 second
Brighton Avenue looking east across Second
The south side remains relatively unchanged as does the Kirsch & Son
building on the left.
The Southwest corner of Brighton Avenue and
Looking Northeast at West End Ct from Second
Notice to the left the Johnson's Club where the old theater is today and the
rooftops of the West End Cottages at the end of Brighton at the beach.
Thomas Barham Heating and tinning features the grandfather of Chuck Barham, the
owner of Barham Bros. Heating and Plumbing.
Above are the high voltage wires that powered the Trolley and the tracks in the
street are still there today under the blacktop.
These buildings have remained fairly unchanged at
the north end of the Elberon train station parking lot.
Takanassee Lake looking East Northeast.
Note the historic lifesaving stations on the beach.
The site of three historic life saving
stations at the beach, east of Takanassee Lake.
The one to the right is the oldest and is the site which led to the creation of
the US Coast Guard.
Music credit: "The New Rag", Scott
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