Burlington Twp hang outs and memorabl...
Rich W

Tucson, AZ

#102 Apr 16, 2011
The inspection station was on the NE corner of Rt. 38 and the street that runs by Burlington County Hospital. It was a dark red brick building, long and narrow, which sat on an angle to the two roads.
terry

Little River, SC

#103 Sep 11, 2011
I am trying to contact Patty Gatewood, if anyone has any info I would really appreciate it, I graduated high school with he in 1978! thank you
Patty Gatewood

Runnemede, NJ

#104 Sep 28, 2011
terry wrote:
I am trying to contact Patty Gatewood, if anyone has any info I would really appreciate it, I graduated high school with he in 1978! thank you
I'm Patty Gatewood.
Patty Gatewood

Moorestown, NJ

#105 Oct 10, 2011
terry wrote:
I am trying to contact Patty Gatewood, if anyone has any info I would really appreciate it, I graduated high school with he in 1978! thank you
Why wont you answer me? I'm Patty Gatewood, your old time friend!
Carol

Richmond, TX

#106 Oct 14, 2011
Used to live on Summer Ave; brother started at Shedeker; I went to Springside in 50's, Burlington Jr. High and then Burlington High on High Street in 60's. Had many a pizaa at Gus'. Brothers worked the corn and peach fields off of Beverly Rd. Favorite spot was Dairy Queen in Burlington. Remember the victory parades down high street after football games?

Since: Nov 08

Sly town by way of So. Jersey

#107 Oct 28, 2011
Patty Gatewood wrote:
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Why wont you answer me? I'm Patty Gatewood, your old time friend!
hello Patty...I'll talk to you!!! Don't know if you remember me, I'm Rhonda Coty, you were friends with my brother Roger and his sister Renee? I was just in Burlington a few months ago, and drove past your old house a few times on my way to or from Florence and pointed it out to my boyfriend.
Patty Gatewood

Moorestown, NJ

#108 Oct 30, 2011
Mimi Me wrote:
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hello Patty...I'll talk to you!!! Don't know if you remember me, I'm Rhonda Coty, you were friends with my brother Roger and his sister Renee? I was just in Burlington a few months ago, and drove past your old house a few times on my way to or from Florence and pointed it out to my boyfriend.
Wow, small world!

Since: Nov 08

Sly town by way of So. Jersey

#109 Oct 30, 2011
Patty Gatewood wrote:
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Wow, small world!
sure is...
ron ski

Kew, Australia

#110 Nov 23, 2011
Mimi Me wrote:
I remember that post office...It had a three daisy designs on the roof...My dentist was infront of it...
Lucas Ford...I remember that in winter, the empty lot would be flooded and freeze, and we would ice skate and play ice hockey there.
Steven Station!!! There was a candy store called Angies and Woodgate Kennels was owned by Patty Gatewoods mother.
The diner was either Prince Diner or the Burlington Diner...
Don't remember there being a Jack in the Box...I remember McDonalds, Burgerking and Taco Bell, they were very close to BCHS "The Blue Devils".
I remember the night that either US Pipe Burned. My Dad was working at US Pipe. My best friends Grandmother was Mary Hartman - Original owner of Hartmans Bar, and I remember standing on the front porch of the house (or maybe it was the bar, since the bar was attached) and watching the fire.
I went to St. Barnabas. Once in a while to St. Pauls. And to Holy Trinity with my later best friend.
jack in the box was in willingboro
ron ski

Kew, Australia

#111 Nov 23, 2011
was the store ould and i remember playing basketball in the back of the police station then on neck road and many days getting lost in dultys woods and i could go on climbing the cement factory tower and hopping the trains good old stevens station
Dale

Mount Laurel, NJ

#112 Nov 24, 2011
ron ski wrote:
<quoted text>jack in the box was in willingboro
Wrong.. Jack in the Box was across Rt 130 from the Burlington Diner. I dont know what it is now, but the same lot was a KFC for many recent years.
ron ski

Kew, Australia

#113 Dec 3, 2011
lotsa memories about the twp and city though i lived in stevens station i remember my uncle dropping his teeth in sylvans and someone steping on them days later i remember skating in the winter on the lake i remember the 7-11 because we used to go to someones house in that section behind during the day i could go on and on
Dale

Somerdale, NJ

#114 Dec 5, 2011
ron ski wrote:
lotsa memories about the twp and city though i lived in stevens station i remember my uncle dropping his teeth in sylvans and someone steping on them days later i remember skating in the winter on the lake i remember the 7-11 because we used to go to someones house in that section behind during the day i could go on and on
Ron, what years are you talking about? I lived a block from the 7-11 at 5 points intersection there.I was born in 71 and lived there till 1978. My house was right off Columbus road.Do you remember the siren(really LOUD long and winding siren) at the Fire-house going off all the time? We had dogs in our yard that would howl along with the fire siren. What a memory as a kid! I loved living there and getting slurpees at the 7-11.My Dad would talk about Stevens station,but I never really knew much about it.Funny thing is that there is still a sign for it right on 130 at neck road.
Shirley

United States

#115 Dec 8, 2011
Remember: C Harry Price ,How about before that when it was called Price and Craft around 1919. My Grandfather and my Dad worked there. You could always pick them out, because they always had a cigar hanging out of their mouth.

pigpen911

Since: Mar 11

Location hidden

#116 Dec 9, 2011
Dale wrote:
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Wrong.. Jack in the Box was across Rt 130 from the Burlington Diner. I dont know what it is now, but the same lot was a KFC for many recent years.
Sorry to say Dale,but there was a Jack-in-the-box on 130 in Willingboro back in the late 60's-early 70's,ate there many times. Across the road(same side of 130)was Rickles(SP?)which was like an Home Depot store. Sorry,can't remember the name of the side road.
Bart

Willingboro, NJ

#117 Dec 10, 2011
pigpen911 wrote:
<quoted text>Sorry to say Dale,but there was a Jack-in-the-box on 130 in Willingboro back in the late 60's-early 70's,ate there many times. Across the road(same side of 130)was Rickles(SP?)which was like an Home Depot store. Sorry,can't remember the name of the side road.
Jack-n-the-box was actually in Edgewater Park :)

Rickles sat on rt.130 and woodlane rd.

pigpen911

Since: Mar 11

Location hidden

#118 Dec 10, 2011
Bart wrote:
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Jack-n-the-box was actually in Edgewater Park :)
Rickles sat on rt.130 and woodlane rd.
Thanks,I couldn't remember that it was Woodlane Rd,but just as Pep Boys and the Willingboro Dinner,it is still in Willingboro,not Edgewater Park. Edgewater starts about 1/4 mile down on Woodlane.
Dale

Somerdale, NJ

#119 Dec 26, 2011
Has anyone in their walk down Memory lane mentioned JB Bakery on High street? My Grandmother would take me there on weekends when I visted her. The fresh Bakery smell of that place and standing in front of the cake and cookie counters brings back some GREAT memories for me.Here is a recent short article I found about it, apparently been open since 1952. http://www.phillyburbs.com/news/local/burling...
Allen Rowles

Burton, MI

#120 Jan 17, 2012
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Ken

United States

#121 May 29, 2012
Of course there was a Jack in the box on High my brother worked there. I'm sure he'll jump in soon- So I'll try to get the jump on him.! The apple orchard on sunset? The Pine tree inn (neck and sunset?)? Montesero's lawn mower repair, The sunset inn, Old man Ballinger walking with a 400 pound load of wood on his back, The plastic santa clause head on Ballingers door for 30 years in a row, Sterling Acres, second lake, "The pond" (even before Adams pond), Mills Harley Davidson, Tony's Pizza, Pop's and Lincoln cold cuts in Farnersville, The Green stamp store, Shop Rite (even before Pathmark) Pathmark Drugs (Shop Rite Drugs), Tenneco (next to Beverly Road School. Anyone remember the teachers at Sprigside?? Mrs. Wolf, Mrs wilson, Mrs. Whittaker, Mrs. Pittman, Mrs. Langdon, Mrs Lorenz????

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