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This picture, dated April, 1913, shows the trolley tracks along what would become the section of Fairmount Boulevard between Cedar Road and Coventry Road.  Only the tracks existed up until this time because John D. Rockefeller had granted the Van Sweringen brothers a right-of-way on his land so they could connect the Cedar Road line to their line on the section of Fairmount Boulevard just east of Coventry Road.  The open land seen in the photo is a part of the golf links (as you can see, the golfers shared the land with the trolley).  In the distance is the old Roxboro School building.  At the time of this photo, the Euclid Club had just disbanded and Deming had yet to build the boulevard on each side of the tracks.  The photographer is standing approximately at what would become the location of Fairmount Blvd. and Ardleigh Drive, looking south east.


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