Where in the Heck is it? 1944

Can you identify any landmarks in this 1944 photo?

Where in the Heck is it? Courtesy of the Santa Cruz Museum of Art and History. Thanks Marla!

Where in the Heck is it? Courtesy of the Santa Cruz Museum of Art and History. Thanks Marla!

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9 Responses to Where in the Heck is it? 1944

  1. Jim Coffis says:

    Looking toward Felton from Mt Hermon?

    • vickiwees says:

      Hi Jim, Can you be more specific? Name roads, bridges, etc?

      • vickiwees says:

        Yay! The bridge on right is Conference Dr. At the intersection of Graham Hill Rd and E Zayante Rd shown, you can see the big sycamore tree which is on what’s now the Felton Bible Church property. About an inch to the right of the sycamore on G.H Rd you can see part of the tennis court, which was built in 1941. Thanks for playing!

  2. Nils Helppi says:

    This in Felton, taken from a hillside above Graham Hill Rd, looking west towards where Safeway is now, with the Bonny Doon mountain in the background.

  3. vickiwees says:

    I think I know what your saying but can you be more specific? Can you name bridges, roads, etc?

  4. Ken Meshke says:

    The bridge is conference road taken from the Mt Hermon side and we’re looking north-west toward Felton Fair, as was

  5. Amy says:

    I love this picture! I feel like I’m looking down towards Felton Faire such a pretty shot!

  6. vickiwees says:

    p.s. Amy, You’re actually looking down on the church property and part of Felton Grove next to it. In fact your house may be in the photo. Our property is in the photo. The bridge on the right is Conference drive where it goes over E. Zayante Rd.. The roads are Graham Hill and E. Zayante.

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