Dover Point 1951

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Dover Point 1951

Dover Point was much more rural in 1951. You can see the old railroad bed on the right which forms the base for Spur Road.

In this undated photograph,  you can see Stark Avenue flowing into Dover Point Road. Elliot Park is on the right.

 

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