Greengate Mall Revisited

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Brian E. Smith
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Chunk
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I'm an old punk dude who remembers when Greengate had an A&P and Monkey Wards was inside by the pet store.Love that place.




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Jason Lancashire
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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

717-676-2232

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KevinD
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I work as a Mall Gaurd there in the mid 90's.



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