Greengate Mall Revisited

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christopher sarracino
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dreamndee
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fkfk
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johnkrupey
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I used to work at Greengate Mall.From 1973 to 1975 a Manager Of the business called Merry Go Round.I also worked at Bakers Shoe store.I don't see Merry Go Round listed in the list of stores on the website .The store was also in the Mall.It's niece to see there redevolping the Greengate Mall area.It did alot of business.:)About  me, I try to stay busy an do alot of things.



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Jacqui Willis
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I used to work at the JC Penney store when I was a teenager from 1976-1981 so on my lunch hours I wandered the mall.  It was always such a cheerful mall and unlike Wastmoreland Mall - it was bright and sunny.  The decorations at Chirstmas were always so well done.  It was a shame what happened to it and how the mall got run down those last few years



Joey Allen
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Hello,

 

I learn about Greengate mall as I searched for more info on the train that I'm working on.

I come to find that it was used in GreenGate Mall as a Chrismas Ride.

I'm looking for photo's and history.

The mall looked as a great place to go!!

 

Thank You Very Much

Joey Allen

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