We All Miss These 27 Things In Western New York
A treasured part of our childhood has been ripped away from the heart of New York City.
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Over the last 5 or so years, New York City has been actively removing their payphones from the street, and now they have succeeded in getting rid of all payphones in the area.
The last public payphone is now headed to the Museum of the City of New York to display in an exhibit there.
It may just seem like an old, prehistoric phone for anyone who wasn’t alive in the 90s, but it was a crucial part of many childhood memories, especially in Western New York.
But payphones are not the only thing we miss about the “good ‘ole days.”
If we could bring back 27 things from the good ‘ole days, this is what would be on our wish list.
A boat to crystal beach.- Carl Nocera
Wardynski sausage. Especially the holiday sausage!
The ponderosa buffet restaurant
Rooties blue cheese
James D. Griffin, former Mayor of Buffalo
Unity theater roc mar
Irv Weinstein and the crew!!!!
Divas , Pizza Queen & Leonardi's
25 cent wings
The one and only mighty taco on hertel and commonwealth
Putt Putt Golf NOT Adventure Landing
Genny Beer on draught!
Joe Marcucci Pizza on Walden Ave
Pats on Sheridan.
Cheaper gas prices
Garden of Sweets candy store on Bailey Ave.
Kensington movie Theater
Ah, yes…25 cent wings. Now that is how you knew that you were living in the “good ‘ole days.”