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Cleaned up plot plan dated January,195? (Year is hard to read on original)
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kenrad   12/30/2007 7:13:10 PM
AWESOME work! I saw older worn-out drawings of these plans years ago but they were almost illegible. These are VERY accurate! Most people have no idea just how huge Edgewood was going to be. This is the REAL DEAL and maybe getting a copy over to the Pilgrim museum would be a great idea, they'd love to have it!
ADZAppa   12/14/2007 7:41:06 AM
Damn!
We Could Have Had Our Very Own

Lefrak City!
crazy dave   11/7/2006 11:55:26 PM
I saw this a few months ago and was amazed I wonder what year the plans were drawn up and what year the plans were scratched?
thecrownmg   2/25/2004 11:45:39 AM
Hey thats really good Sparkhead! I just saw it now for the first time. Excellent. BTW, the piggery is where they slaughtered pigs. They were a "farm Colony" They also grew stuff to cut costs and give patients something to do. They were basically trying to provide all the stuff needed to kepp themselves going without having to rely on external resources. They also were around before most of the towns were a glimmer of what they are today.
scud   2/23/2004 9:05:37 PM
If you glanced at it you would have thought it was a map of pilgrim, since it is so large and somewhat symmetrical. Noting the fact that they had farm colonies, a horse barn, and a piggery (what the hell is a piggery?) it looks like they made this map or came up with the idea years before they even broke ground on edgewood... and note the 3 or four more buildings that were placed directly in line from the main building to the power plant, probably to have access to the tunnel.. and i wonder why they built building 155 at the time if they didnt have plans of expanding the place?
G Road   1/29/2004 12:25:16 AM
Nice Job Sparkhead!!
myoldstompingrounds   1/28/2004 11:07:29 PM
Cool. They were gonna have a "piggery". Sounds like fun.
Joe   1/28/2004 8:33:34 PM
Not yet. It is nice to be the boss. :)
If you really want a comment deleted, just email me.
Sparkhead   1/28/2004 5:15:15 PM
Deleted it? Hey - we mere mortals don't have the option to delete our posts, do we?
Joe   1/28/2004 5:02:29 PM
Damn - you are QUICK. I posted a comment, and then took another look and realized I was totally wrong. I deleted it WITHIN SECONDS and you caught my mistake. :)
Sparkhead   1/28/2004 4:15:43 PM
I'm uncertain what you're saying about the kitchen. Building 5 is mentioned on this map and labelled as a kitchen. There were supposed to be several other kitchens (Bldgs 9,14,19,24), with a layout that looks like each would have serviced the group of four buildings around them.
Sparkhead   1/27/2004 9:06:48 PM
I had a copy of the original out of the Farm Colonies book before the image was posted here. I no longer have it, but I believe pages 2 and 3 (on the other side of that page, check your book) were the Pilgrim and Kings Park plans.
Joe   1/27/2004 8:10:41 PM
The original version was posted a few weeks ago, and came from the Farm Colonies book. It was of very poor quality, and Sparkhead took it upon himself to make an awesome copy. Nice font, too. :)
The original copy said it was page 1 of 3. Part of what I hope to uncover one of these days will be pages 2 and 3.
As you can see, they had big plans for Edgewood.
Uboat commander   1/27/2004 5:04:10 PM
Holy Smoke Joe, Where did you get that map. Wonderful job. If Sparkhead found it kudos to Sparkhead great job. Having seen this way back when there would have been great modivation to explore just more than the Main..... Uboat Commander
Joe   1/27/2004 4:14:24 PM
Is there any significance to the fact that the mysterious building 155 and other (yet to be constructed) buildings stood in the Town Of Huntington, as opposed to Babylon?
Joe   1/27/2004 9:40:03 AM
Excellent job on this. I know this took a ton of time and effort. Thanks.
 
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