Photo Essay: I Used to Walk to School

A few weeks ago it was so warm I retraced my walk to high school from Penn and Harrison to North Catholic at Torresdale and Hunting Park.

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below: Frankford Creek looking north on Frankford Ave

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below: Frankford Creek looking south on Frankford Ave

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below: Frankford Creek looking south on Kensington Ave

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below:  shopping cart in Frankford Creek at Kensington Ave

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below: Steven is a wiener at the KFC/Taco Bell, corner of Hunting Park and Kensington Ave

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3 Comments on "Photo Essay: I Used to Walk to School"

  1. Maggie Ainslie | February 25, 2009 at 10:46 am |

    I love the photo essay!!

    Just a note: the “wall art across from Marshall’s” is actually the wall art at the Frankford Friends Community Garden, created last year by Frankford Friends students under the direction of Frankford resident and art teacher Rufus Standerfer…

  2. Thanks. If Mr. Standerfer does anything more like that in the future, ask him to let us know. We love covering good news in Frankford.

  3. Kathy Marchetti | October 8, 2009 at 9:10 pm |

    I am so sad to hear that. I went to Little Flower and we used have such a great time at mixers there in the late 1960’s. Anyone remember mixers?

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