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    FOR ANYONE LOOKING TO POSSIBLY FIND SOME NEW OLD SPOTS

    this is gonna depend if others near you already read some of the books in your area
    but i own over a dozen books from this company of surrounding towns in my area and each one has
    old swimming holes or pics of beaches that used to be - some close to 100 yrs old - some no longer used
    https://www.arcadiapublishing.com/se...-america-books

    this company pretty much started with towns in New England (Ma. I think is where they started with)
    and now has branched out across the whole country
    if you have a Barnes and Noble in your area - they probably carry ones pertaining to your area
    you can buy them on Amazon also
    most books mention old schools, parks, and oldest houses in town -s o you may find other spots of interest
    or tips of places to try
    Good luck
    Who knows...your local library may have copies of some
    Motto = "I try to hit where others cant or others wont "

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    Deep1

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    Great info, Casper.
    Thanks for posting.
    I was not aware of this website.
    When you go to this website, if you highlight a book title and then right click on it, you will see, search Google for that title.
    When you search Google, you will see on the middle right side of the page where it will say borrow it, that will show you availability at your nearest libraries.
    A lot of libraries have interlibrary borrowing programs, so even if your local library does not have to book you can request them to borrow it from another library.
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    If it's old, I'll dig it, dive on it, detect it or sometimes when I get lucky just bend over and pick it up.

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    Excellent tip Casper. Thank you!
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    Yep ! I Own several for my Area of PA.
    Ebay carries allot of them also
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    Thanks Casper that's great a great tool to use for info!
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