WAY Back When!
Routes 4 & 17 "Cloverleaf"
First In the Nation?
Roller Rink on Route 17 - 1956
(check out the grass divider)
Paramus Bathing Beach
NW Corner of Midland Ave. and Paramus Road
Johnny's Cash Market
(Midland Avenue next to the old school)
Paramus Drive In
(Route 4 East - Entrance to GSP)
Great Place to See a Movie
(way before the Century)
Route 17 - 1950's
Route 17 N - Suburban Diner
Known for Farming
Until the Shopping Center Frenzy
Alexanders - 1969
Garden State Plaza
Plaza Photos Courtesy of Michele See
Santa (East Side of 17)
Santa at The GSP - 1960
Anyone Remember the Bells?
Rain and Snow - It Didn't Matter
An Actual Five and Dime Store
The Bergen Mall
The Mall Get a Roof
In the Beginning
The Early Days
This Lot Was Never Full Back Then
Too Much Liability for Rides Today
Two Guys from Harrison
Check Out the Cars!
I see a 1958 Ford, 1957 T-Bird, 1962 Valiant, 1962 Chevy, and ?
Places to Eat?
Suburban Diner Route 17 North
(when trucks were welcome!)
Suburban Diner - 2012
Sandy's Hearth - Rte 4 West
(Route 4 East at the GSP Overpass - now a Honda dealership)
Pizza Town USA - Route 17 South
($0.25 slices and the $1.25 "Leave It to Us)
Still Going Strong
The Chimes - Glen Avenue and Rte. 17 S
Photo Courtesy of Carolyn Reichert - Class of '63
Farview Avenue Exit from 17S
THE Place to Be After a Football Game
Remember the flashing "Chicken in the Basket" sign?
Jahn's Ice Cream Palor
Look at the prices..."The Kitchen Sink" = $6.00
Corner of Spring Valley Ave and Continental Ave
The Old Schools
Farview School - 1928