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    Senior Member Bottle Master UncleBruce's Avatar
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    Kewl!!!!!
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    Always feel like you need an armed lookout when you discuss climbing through and under old abandoned buildings

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    cross st's ? I can find an Sanborn maps of the area for you.

    I have access to a lot of sanborn maps, with the cross streets I may be able to get you some more portches to look at. OK oldmapman@gmail.com
    Quote Originally Posted by hemihampton View Post
    Attachment 191105Found these bottles under a old Abandoned House Porch in Detroit. This was about 3 weeks ago, I was on my hour long Lunch break when I drive by this old house for like the 100th time in past 3 years. Always wanted to stop & see what was under the front Porch since part of it was missing or had a hole in it for Access under the Porch. SO, This time I did stop, I see tons of bttles & garbage & Debris. SO, I go in for a Quick look & see a whole entire case of National Bohemian 7 oz. Beer Bottles from Detroit. LEON.Attachment 191104

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    Nice amber Borden's. Not uncommon but always nice to see.

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    Senior Member Bottle Master hemihampton's Avatar
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    Thanks, I like them but they seem to be common. LEON.

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    Senior Member Bottle Master GLASSHOPPER55's Avatar
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    I always tell people on the forums not to forget looking under houses, crawlspaces and, yes, porches. Lots of goodies still hide under them. Nice bunch of glass, Leon!


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