My parents owned a summer home in Shohola, and my father and his buddies used to go down to Rohman's for a cold one. I remember old man Rohman smoking his cigar behind the bar. I used to play the pinball games, and when they came out, the video games. They had an Atari Pong game. The jukebox had the tune "Springtime in Shohola" on it.
I also remember picking up my grandfather some time in the 60's at the train station. He took the passenger train out from the city, back when the used to BE a passenger train. I don't remember exactly when the station was torn down, but since the 1980's recovery said to omit "opposite the east end of the Erie station", it was before that.
Somewhere in my childhood stuff I probably still have a rubbing of this mark. It was the first one I ever noticed, and probably was the beginning of my fascination with maps.
[This entry was edited by nelsonrn on Friday, February 09, 2007 at 9:07:15 AM.]
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