No contractor worth his salt would have preserved those trees in the foreground, Cardinal : "uhh, the CAT 567221 cain't get it's trax in thair without wracking them trees." 8-!Cardinal said:While I would like to think it is old, there are too many signs suggesting the opposite. I say 2001.
The two large trees are still a good distance back from the building. The other trees are all new - at least a season or two old, though. The grass also appears to be new. The concrete is still new-looking. There are no stains on the brick. It looks to fresh to be very old. There are no signs of any modifications to the exterior of hte building. On a school building from the first half of the century, you would expect there would be a need for modification over time. No, this is new.Gedunker said:No contractor worth his salt would have preserved those trees in the foreground, Cardinal : "uhh, the CAT 567221 cain't get it's trax in thair without wracking them trees." 8-!
Oh, and by the way, this is the Beverly Hills section of Upper Darby, PA; not California.Beverly Hills Middle School opened its doors as a state-of-the-art junior high in 1930. A beautiful, three story Georgian building with large columns and a grand cupola, it houses over 1525 students in grades six, seven, and eight. Beverly Hills serves a diverse population with students from 52 countries. Ours is a neighborhood school; 1450 of our students walk to school. The school is used by the community most nights and weekends. To accommodate the growing population, additions to the building have been constructed over the years; an addition containing 12 classrooms, and a library was completed in January 2000.