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Larry Walker: There IS a cave on Sales F. Coffey lot


Update: Since this article was posted, Junior Stotts used some of his bang-clang equipment and has cleared the brush which hid the entrance to this cave, which, as Larry Walker's revelation below asserts, is located between the cellar and Burkesville Street. One of the Stotts family plans being considered is to make the cave a tourist attraction, if Canadian Tour buses can be accommodated. Q: Does anyone know the name of the cave? Anyone have a suggestion if there isn't one??? - EW

Larry Walker writes:
Yes, there is a cave there. The entrance was to the right of the cellar the best I remember. I have been in it and had to crawl through part of it. - Larry Walker
Comments re photo 77317 Search for entrance to cave finds vaulted cellar instead




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