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Signs of St. Marys' past visible on Brusselles Street

April 24, 2013

Photo by Becky Polaski Pictured is a closeup of one of the sections of bricks that are currently visible on Brusselles Street near Sheetz.

With the reconstruction project currently taking place on state Route 255 to improve and repair the roadway for the future, it is interesting to note that in another section of roadway in St. Marys signs of the community's past are currently visible. Brusselles Street was once a brick-paved roadway, and a portion of those bricks is currently visible in front of Sheetz near the South Michael Street intersection.

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