Oh come on Tom. It was the Stokely Van Kamp factory, now it is as you so adequately described it is the South Village subsidized apartments, converted by Joe Barry of Hoboken fame for revitalizing that city's walk ups along Washington Ave. A young employee of the City of Trenton who knew Joe's sister from Jewtown convinced him to come in a do the deal. Now how about a tough one.
JerseyMike Kuzma Oh how I miss that bread, and Pork roll. Would you believe that down here they call it "Bagged Baloney"!
Sunday, January 22, 2012
RALPH LUCARELLA said...
HI TOM AND MIKE...YOU KNOW, I THINK THAT SHED YOU SEE BY THE TRACKS WAS STILL THERE IN THE 70'S WHILE MY SISTER LIVED THERE. CROSSING THAT HIGHWAY WAS A BIG RISK UNTIL THEY PUT A GUARD THERE. SOMEONE MENTIONED THAT BUILDING WAS TRENTON POTTERIES WHILE STOKLEYS WAS THE BUILDING MY SISTER LIVED IN. BEST REGARDS.