No doubt it's a bobsled run. Looks like a younger generation in traing for the olympics. When younger, our bobsled run started on Kemp Ave. to e. maim, dowm kemp & union sts. to the hoosic mill. A 17' bobsled and one ride a night. Once down e. Main st. to the library. We gave 3 women a ride and all I can say is, It was the scariest experience in my life. Ladies were headed to the Notre Dame Bingo. Mrs. Bedard, Bedard beaty shop on Gallup St., Mrs. H. Taylor and Mrs. Marie Dubreuil, my mother. We dug up about 500 ft. of tar road with our drag brake.My brother Ray was the driver and it was the last time out with the bobsled for that winter.
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