<%@LANGUAGE="VBSCRIPT"%> Photographs of the Ligonier Area - Ligonier, PA
 
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 A picture of the Diamond taken Spring of 2006 by Rachel Roehrig 1024x768
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The Bandstand as it was in the 50s and 60s.
From an old postcard!

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Here is another trip down memory lane, from Story Book Forest (from an old postcard) 800x600
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A nice shot of a horse and carriage passing by through the Diamond
Photo by Rita Giesey
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The Shirey Farm in the Fall (photo taken by Millie Shirey) 800x600
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Laurel Mt. Ski Resort's Laurel Lodge lit up at night in ski season
Courtesy of the Ligonier Echo. Photo by Rick Schwab
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Looking east over the rolling hills towards Laurel Mountain
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Night Middle School Football Game at Weller Field
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Looking from the Town Hall steps over a display of antique wicker furniture
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Watching the concert on the Diamond facing Town Hall
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Looking out at Tamecat slope from the lodge at Laurel Mt. Ski Resort
Courtesy of the Ligonier Echo. Photo by Rick Schwab
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