Sunday, January 7, 2018

Slippery Roads in Sycamore in 1942


From the December 27, 2017, MidWeek  "Looking Back."

1942, 75 Years Ago.

"Because many motorists were having difficulty in backing out of parkway spaces in the business area of Sycamore, city men scattered cinders along State Street from California to the post office.

"This proved of great benefit to drivers of all kinds of vehicles and also to pedestrians as well, and probably averted more than one accident during the day and evening."

Slip Sliding Away.  --RoadDog


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