Lone Rock Streets



Here are many views of Oak St., sometimes called Main Street, in Lone Rock. These two pictures, the earliest, were taken in 1880. The first is looking north from the railroad tracks.   The second is looking south.
 

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This view is from1908 and is looking south toward the railroad tracks

 

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A 1920 picture of Lone Rock's main street and looking south. The sidewalk in the foreground is the school path and remains to this day. It leads from the columns to the 1902 school and is unique in that it afforded generations of school children a walk way safe from traffic from this point to the school at the other end, three blocks away.

 

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This 1932 photo, again looking south, but is taken from a point further south than the 1920 photo. The first building on the left is Moore's Market at the corner of Richland and Oak streets.

 

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Another 1932 photo but looking north. From this view it looks pretty much the same today.



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Early photo looking west at West Richland Street.  Date unknown

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The Depot ca 1913

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