- Washington Avenue / Washington Pike
Taken in 1906, this image is of JC Crum's oxen ambling along Washington Avenue. Individuals pictures: F. Park Crum, holding the lead rope; behind him, CP Mayer as a child; leaning with one hand on the hitching post, JC Crum.
At the corner of Washington Avenue and Station Street back in the 1950s. While the buildings are all still around, all of the businesses have changed. Photo donated by Dana Spriggs.
A bridge party to celebrate the opening of the new bridge at the north-western part of Washington Avenue, below Chartiers Shopping Center. Dancing and merry-making last all night long. Picture taken November 5, 1986.
Borough workers helping to get rid of the snow in front of the Butler Store on Washington Avenue.
An early, 1899, view along Washington Pike, taken from the Poellot's back porch. According to the reverse of the photo, the image was taken when Flinn Road was being contructed.
Children lining Washington Avenue, presumably awaiting a parade. In the background is Murray Avenue and the Lutz House. Unknown date.