A little history: that area used to have the most percapita millionaires in the world. The theater you captured in your pictures hosted world premiers for movies and new talent that are almost all done in Hollywood now.
There used to be street cars, and upon investigation you can find evidence of them, the cobblestones, and in Titusville(home of the Heisman) the yellow brick roads.
They used to transport pull from places like pothole in huge wooden vats on writhe railcar poor barge, and in the past there was a huge oil spill up river of Oil City, when the spill reached town it caught fire and burnt down the majority of the lower city. They is also an underground"mall" under downtown, where people could go from business to business and not have to cross the dirt streets or deal with the mud or horse traffic.
It's pRetty much a craphole now as both Quaker State and PennZoil abandoned them.
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