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by scottkaycee
Thu Jan 16, 2003 9:40 pm
Forum: Mid Century Modern Preservation Discussion
Topic: Modern Rialto
Replies: 2
Views: 1543

They leveled the place last year, It had rarely been able to drum up any business. In the early 80's when I was a kid It was a happening place, they had a little lawnmower powered railroad you could ride around the place, there were stuntmen in cowboy outfits doing gunfights. It was alot of fun, thi...
by scottkaycee
Mon Jan 13, 2003 11:09 pm
Forum: Mid Century Modern Preservation Discussion
Topic: Modern Rialto
Replies: 2
Views: 1543

Modern Rialto

I am a new participant in the forum and had been asked to recommend the more significant Modern landmarks in this relatively small city located about 60 miles east of Los Angeles. We are located between Fontana and San Bernardino, so you really could call it the middle of nowhere. Our greatest Archi...
by scottkaycee
Mon Jan 13, 2003 12:54 am
Forum: Mid Century Modern Preservation Discussion
Topic: New members say HELLO here...
Replies: 890
Views: 441055

Hello

I have recently been eavesdropping every now and then and could no longer resist the urge to drop in. My background is in design and I have recently completed my Bachelor of Architecture. I have always been a mod fan even in High school, and I am now discovering what a great modern community there i...
by scottkaycee
Mon Jan 13, 2003 12:46 am
Forum: Mid Century Modern Houses and Homes
Topic: Bunker Hill Tower condos
Replies: 2
Views: 1425

Bunker Hill Towers

If theses are the concrete grey buildings built over the tunnel I believe they were designed by Robert Alexander. He was at one time during the 50's-60's the partner of Richard Neutra dealing with non-residential commissions. They parted when neutra's Silverlake office kept doing the occasional offi...

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