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281: New Jersey’s Route 78 ditch…Those were the days!!

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Thanks to Johnny V. for this gem. 

We skated here in private, all the time.  This video does not show how steep it becomes toward the end. You had to exit at high speeds across a small patch of grass affectionately reffered to as the “Green Door” . Weepy ruled the place.

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Dj King Weep 78 Ditch 1986

Photo Ben Cornish

166: CORN!! Ben Cornish Rte 78 ditch New Jersey 88?

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Ben Corn Cornish Rte 78 Ditch NJ Circa 1988

Photo Paul Frassenelli

Team Steam’s Skater/Audio-Visual Guru/Proud Father Ben Cornish…..All Style!!

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59: Kevin McDowall Frontside Boneless at The Scenic overlook ditch

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Kevin McDowall at the scenic overlook ditch. Autum style Frontside Boneless. NJ

Kevin and his Brother Steve attended the finest institution of NJ East Coast Skate learning…Watchung Hills Regional High School!

They built a MONSTER ramp in their backyard that helped fill the void left by the dozing of The Barn.

Many a good time insued.

Coming soon:

Pictures from McDowalls and some of Kevins Barn photos of WEEP, Rock, Tag, Corn and others.

Thanks Kev
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