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Hamburg Place horse farm, 1986

Posted on August 17, 2015 | in Uncategorized | by
Aerial picture of Hamburg Place horse farm in eastern Fayette County, Oct. 17, 1986. During the 1990s, part of the farm would be developed to be come Hamburg Pavilion, one of the state's largest shopping centers. In the photo, I-75 runs from left to right across the bottom. Intersecting with it is Bryant Road, which would later become part of the Man o' War Boulevard extension that took place in 1988. Today, Target, Old Navy and Dick's Sporting Goods are some of the retail stores that line I-75 on the west side. On the east is Costco and Cabela's, whcih is currently under constrction. About half of the 2,000 acre Hamburg Place farm has now been developed. Photo by Charles Bertram | staff

An aerial picture of Hamburg Place horse farm in eastern Fayette County, Oct. 17, 1986. During the 1990s, part of the farm would be developed to become Hamburg Pavilion, one of the state’s largest shopping centers. In the photo, Interstate 75 runs from left to right across the bottom. Intersecting with it is Bryant Road, which would later become part of the Man o’ War Boulevard extension that took place in 1988. Today, Target, Old Navy and Dick’s Sporting Goods are some of the retail stores that line I-75 on the west side. On the east is Costco and Cabela’s. About half of the 2,000-acre Hamburg Place farm has now been developed. Photo by Charles Bertram | Staff

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