Check these out!
These aerial photos were taken WAAAAAAAAY back in the year 1991.
Here’s a message from the photographer, Clayton resident David Skidmore….
These photos of Clayton were taken in 1991.
The Clayton “grove” was still present, the new Marsh Creek Bypass was being built and the Keller Barn was still standing before the Library was built a few years later. The golf course had just been completed, Oakhurst was in its first phase and Albert (Jr.) Seeno’s house was just completed without the later additions.
I took these photos from a Cessna with a friend on our way to Utah.
Thanks for sharing, David!
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