East Liverpool Historical Society

The FAMILY MEN, BOYS locker room had no windows and was pitch black inside so pictures of the Women's locker room which had windows and was bright and cheerful.




On the east side of the hallway between the lobby and gym floor on the main floor was a long room with a fire place at one end.

The rest of that room above.

The gym floor. You can see as you look around the gym how the track was supported. Braces and steel beams.

Opposite end of the gym and another view of the supports for the running track. Notice on the track level at the right a doorway. That is what may have been a weight room shown a few pictures below.

A better view of one of the steel beams that supports the running track. Those steps leads to the running track as can be used to access the second floor and other upper floors as well.


At the top of that staircase from the gym floor you are standing on a small platform that connects to the running track.

The score board is shown in this picture

A panoramic view showing most of the track area. On the far side is another member of the photographing group that day taking her own pictures.

The remainder of the track not shown in the above picture. This is from the doorway from the second floor hallway.

A former apparent weight room off the running track on the second floor.




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