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1291 - Panoramic view - March 1981 1262 - What a mess. 1231 - Resize 1175 - View from field behind Memorial School (early 70's) 1051 - Close-up of the dummy 1988 1050 - The only shot I know of my dummy 1988 1041 - Journey completed (notice security car in lower left) 1987 1035 - Going up to the tanks 1987 1034 - Oval window level 1987 1033 - Stairway to the crown 2 1987 1009 - Looking downt he elevator shaft from seventh floor 1987 995 - THE CROWN ON FIRE!!! 942 - 923 - Air view of Edgewood while still open.Note:Chapel,Rec Build w/Hall & what appears to be some other small buildings. 884 - Hanging out in the Gym '87 868 - 102, the demolition begins.   Thanks to TFS and DBX. 838 - A view from the tanks. 87 766 - 104 demolition.  Thanks to TFS and DBX. 762 - Great view.  Thanks to TFS and DBX. 744 - Final chapters of the recreation building.  Mid 70s. Thanks to TFS and DBX. 739 - Dizzying view of crown details.  Mid 70s.  Thanks to TFS and DBX. 738 - Rare shot of interior murals. Mid 70s.  Thanks to TFS and DBX. 718 - I am not sure of the formal name for this.  It sat upon the crown... a true work of art.  From the mid 70 s.  Thanks to TFS and DBX. 714 - 198? Courtesy MANOWAR,Sal V,&D.P.WreckingCrew 712 - 198? Courtesy MANOWAR,Sal V,&D.P.WreckingCrew 711 - holding out 710 - final sec. 709 - implosion... taken by P .OBRIEN 522 - Kings Park building 93, circa 1940.  Courtesy of Turner Construction Co. 484 - Some advertising for the site. 478 - 81 Entrance Section 454 - Picture posted by Slugworth on the main gate (Feb 28, 2004) 440 - Pilgrim - building 81, view from the south, 1930s.  This building scares me.  There was a poor copy of this picture floating around on the net.  Here is the original.  Courtesy of Turner Construction. 439 - Pilgrim - building unknown, 1930s.  This place is so new there are still stickers on the windows.  Courtesy of Turner Construction. 434 - Pilgrim before use - believed to be building 25.  Courtesy of Turner Construction. 433 - Pilgrim before use - believed to be building 25.  Check out that old car to the right.  Courtesy of Turner Construction. 401 - Roof prior to demo. Caveman6666 389 - Closer view of the bldg after the fire from my neighborhood (~85) 364 - Demolition.  Courtesy of Sal V, Yendor and Jim M. 352 - Stairs............Courtesy of Sal V, Yendor 345 - Sal V Standing on water tanks......... east is the power house Courtesy of Sal V, Yendor 342 - High up Sal and F## 341 - Sal ..........Beds on fire   Courtesy of Sal V, Yendor 340 - Looking east from Carrls Path, from 1943.  This is the oldest known picture of Edgewood - even older than the clips in Let There Be Light. 339 - Pictures from 1943 taken on Edgewood grounds.  I don't know the background behind these pictures, but it was obviously all farmland. 319 - A big crane pulls her up Some time August 1981 312 - Did someone say it looks like an album cover? 300 - Crown with hanging detached railing - Early 1979 274 - Doctor s Building - building 155.  (Pic from Pilgrim Museum). 258 - Aerial, circa 1984.  (via DB classmates.com album) 256 - Cleaned up plot plan dated January,195? (Year is hard to read on original) 253 - Outside Fence - October 1980 251 - From Gate - April 1982 231 - Parking at the Festival - July 1982 205 - Edgewood and Traffic Circle - Early 1982 168 - Festival Crowd - July 1982 162 - Picture of Edgewood from 1971.  Notice the crown is fully intact, and it appears to be busy.  Also take note of the sign in the traffic circle.  What does it say? 156 - Stairwell to the crown ............thanx for the photos HMB 151 - Some cool stuff there.. 66 - Looking west through middle crown window 35 - Check out this beauty.  Off in the distance is the main Edgewood building.  This is believed to be from the early 1940s. Courtesy of www.arrts-arrchives.com 29 - Now this is a gem - a very rare picture of the annual Knights of Columbus carnival on Edgewood grounds! 25 - In late winter 23 - Edgewood from the southwest under fair weather clouds.  This one looks like a painting! 22 - Edgewood at sunset, looking so lonely. Fall 1980.  7 - The centerpiece of the main building - the trademark roof and crown, still completely intact.  A rare gem.