LAST GREAT DEPRESSION CREATED CALHOUN'S STONE WALLS

(09/04/2017)

View through stone tunnel under Pine Creek playground

The Herald has recorded and photographed many of the stonework projects built during the Great Depression, mostly by Calhoun's Work Projects Administration [WPA] workers.

The Pine Creek School tunnel under the school's grounds is added to the list.

The tunnel was built to increase a flat for the school's playground, carrying water from a side stream into Pine Creek.

Entry trough to tunnel under playground;
stone wall built along Pine Creek Road

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If Walls Could Talk Part Part Two

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