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These photos originally appeared on WayNet in January 2011.

Natco & Cambridge City Library: Out with the old...in with the new!  Celebrate our past and rejoice at the progress that has been accomplished. Rural Home: In times of bad weather, school superintendents must weigh the difficulty of school buses traversing both city streets and remote rual areas.
Creek meanders through snowy banks.  Quote: Snow provokes responses that reach right back to childhood.  - Andy Goldsworthy The Lingle Real Estate office on North A Street in Richmond was once a "Pure Oil" Service Station.  This unique building is part of the Historic Architecture Tour of Downtown Richmond.
Bank barns, once a common element on Wayne County farms, are quickly disappearing, to be replaced with more modern structures.

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On this page: Demolition of the old NATCO building and the new Cambridge City Library.  Lone farmhouse sits on a hill amidst a snowy field. Creek meanders between snowy banks.  Lingle Real Estate office building, once a Pure Oil Service Station, is in built in an "English Cottage" design in the 1930's. Red bank barn surrounded by snow with horse eating hay spread on the ground.


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