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Comments...
This may me River Street Extension before the Flood control project


Can you name the location?
River St.~~~~~~~~North Adams


What was the Year?
1954

What was the Season?
spring

Can you name the location?
River St. looking west from Tyler St.

Comments...
All the buidling on the left side of the photo are where Cramers blue storage buildings now stand. The buildings on the right side of the photo is where the play ground is now. This is how River St. got it's well deserved name. It still floods now


Can you name the location?
I'm sure it's River St. Extension

Comments...
I got caught in water half way up my car after the Flood Control Project!!!!


Comments...
As a child, I always knew River St. extension flooded, but I never saw how bad it was!


What was the Season?
spring

Can you name the location?
Lower River Street

Comments...
My Grandfather and Great uncle had their business Neil's Market (Neil Van Steemburg) and Great uncle Bill's food wholesale W.H.Van Steemburg flooded may times. My father Moe Van Steemburg use to tell me of them , before they put the flood control walls in.


What was the Season?
spring

Can you name the location?
River Street Extension

Comments...
White house on left Mullins and the white house at the end of street Zanetti`s


Comments...
Not River St. extention!!! Just River St. River St extention was a name that was first used to describe the connection that was built in later years to get to Mass. Ave. Later, River St extention was dropped in favor of the name: Massachusetts Avenue extention.


Comments...
To us older folks, this was River St. extension.


Can you name the location?
river street extension

Comments...
I grew up down there and left to go in to the service in 1944 it was always river street extension below the brown street bridge then burdickville was after that


Comments...
I grew up in North Adams, I agree River Street Extension was what River Street was called beyond Brown Street.


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