Conneaut Lake Park Amusement Park Old Trees

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dwitos079
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Conneaut Lake Park Amusement Park Old Trees

Post by dwitos079 » Fri Aug 26, 2016 9:54 pm

Has anyone ever gone and studied the trees at Conneaut Lake Park Amusement Park? http://www.interestingpennsylvania.com/ ... -park.html
Click on image to see its original size The trees adjacent to the first hill on Blue Streak are well above the 78 foot height of the structure that was built in 1938. There was another coaster at the site that was closed in 1936 and the trees were mature then as well.
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Click on image to see its original size

Have any of you studied these trees or know of any surveys done on them? They are pretty spectacular

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Re: Conneaut Lake Park Amusement Park Old Trees

Post by edfrank » Sun Feb 12, 2017 11:49 pm

I have not. Perhaps Dale Luthringer has done so. He is from Erie.
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