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To the east, the Catfish Road goes through a few miles of sparse farmland, interrupted by a few houses and a monastery, until it intersects Route 36, which leads north to Hollidaysburg and south to Roaring Spring.
Roaring Spring is a borough in Blair County, Pennsylvania, United States.
Roaring Spring was established around the Big Spring in Morrison's Cove, a clean and dependable water source vital to the operation of a paper mill.
Prior to 1866, when the first paper mill was built, Roaring Spring had been a grist mill hamlet with a country store at the intersection of two rural roads that lead to the mill near the spring.
" The boundaries of the district essentially include those portions of Roaring Spring Borough which had been laid out for development by the early 1920s.
The village core retains only a few shops and professional offices, but still holds the Roaring Spring Blank Book Company and Roaring Spring Water Bottling Company, all of the historic church buildings, the public library ( formerly the Eldon Inn ), the borough building, the post office ( earlier moved from farther up East Main St .).
The Roaring Spring Historic District was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1995.
The Roaring Spring Historic District is located within the Borough of Roaring Spring, a paper-mill town of about 2, 600 established in the late 1860s in southern Blair County, south-central Pennsylvania.
The site of Roaring Spring is moderately hilly, drained by Cabbage and Halter Creeks.
The most prominent natural feature is the Big Spring, or Roaring Spring, a large natural limestone spring so-called because of the great noise its eight-million-gallon-a-day stream once made rushing out of the hillside near the village center.
Roaring Spring is overwhelmingly residential ( 91 percent ) in scale, but also includes churches, stops, professional offices, a municipal building, parks, a cemetery, a book factory complex, and a former railroad station.
Roaring Spring was established around the Big Spring, a clean and dependable water source vital to the operation of a paper mill.
Prior to 1866, when the first paper mill was built, Roaring Spring had been a grist-mill hamlet with a country store at the intersection of two rural roads that lead to the mill near the spring.
" The boundaries of the district essentially include those portions of Roaring Spring Borough which had been laid out for development by the early 1920s.

Roaring and is
Johnson composed the song that is arguably most associated with the Roaring Twenties, " Charleston.
It is sometimes referred to as the Roaring Twenties or the Jazz Age, when speaking about the United States, Canada, or the United Kingdom.
The spaghetti western Four of the Apocalypse is based on " The Outcasts of Poker Flat " and " The Luck of Roaring Camp ".
Roaring River State Park is located in the southern part of the county, amid the Mark Twain National Forest.
Waitiri Station is the major ranch of the Kawarau Gorge and runs from the Bungy Bridge to the Roaring Meg on SH6.
Nucky's Way is the second trolley tour to capitalize off of Boardwalk Empire, after The Great American Trolley company started a weekly tour of Atlantic City with a Roaring Twenties theme in early June 2011.
This one is still in use on the Roaring Camp and Big Trees Narrow Gauge Railroad in Felton, California
Avon is home to Avon High School ; as well as two elementary schools, Pine Grove Elementary and Roaring Brook Elementary ; an intermediate ( grades 5 – 6 ) school, Thompson Brook ; and a middle school ( grades 7 – 8 ), Avon Middle School.
Roaring Brook Falls along the Quinnipiac Trail in the southwest corner of town is Connecticut's tallest single drop waterfall, and is owned by the Cheshire Land Trust.
Chain-O-Lakes is a village in Roaring River Township, Barry County, Missouri, United States.
The Roaring Run Recreation Area is located one mile upriver of Apollo and can be accessed via the Apollo Kiski River Trail.
From there the canal ran along the path of the current Roaring Run Trail, through the entire length of the Borough, entering the Kiskiminetas River again across the river from where the current borough of East Vandergrift is situated.
Also adjoining the park at the west side is the surviving building ( 1904 ) from the Roaring Spring Planing Mill Company.
The mill supplied finished lumber and pre-fabricated building components to area builders, and is credited with constructing most of the housing and other buildings in Roaring Spring.
The Roaring Spring Historic District is locally significant in the areas of architecture, industry and social history as an excellent example of a paternally founded and managed paper-mill town in central Pennsylvania, one whose architecture reflects how the growth of a hometown, family-owned industry stimulated and, in many cases, directed the development patterns and architectural character of the community.
As the town's 50th year history noted: " To write a detailed account of the life and activities of Daniel Mathias Bare is practically equivalent to writing the industrial, and, to a very great extent, the institutional history of Roaring Spring.
Operated as a heating coal and building supply business with a contracting service on the side, the mill is credited with constructing most of the houses and other buildings of note in Roaring Spring between 1887 and the early 1950s.

Roaring and situated
Before 1868, Roaring Spring was called Spang's Mill, a hamlet in Taylor Township situated around a gristmill operated by George B. Spang.
It is situated in the valley of the Roaring Fork River, near the mouth of Snowmass Creek along State Highway 82 between Aspen and Basalt.
One of the foothills of the Elk Mountains, it is located just south of the town of Aspen, which is situated at the foot of the mountain at the southeast end of the valley of the Roaring Fork River in Pitkin County.

Roaring and within
The strongest westerly winds in the middle latitudes are called the Roaring Forties, between 40 and 50 degrees south latitude, within the Southern Hemisphere.
The Roaring Bulls is a small group of barren rocks in Massachusetts Bay, located within the city limits of Boston.

Roaring and northwest
The combined Walloomsac / South Stream joins the Roaring Branch northwest of town.
The river rises in rural Wise County, Virginia near the Laurel Grove community northwest of Norton and flows for several miles before the confluence with Roaring Fork in the Kent Junction community.
Mount Sopris ( 12, 953 ft ) sits at the northwest end of the range and dominates the skyline of the lower Roaring Fork Valley and the town of Carbondale, serving as an unofficial symbol of the area.
The valley extends for approximately 50 miles ( 80 km ) southeast to northwest from Aspen northwest to Glenwood Springs at the mouth of the Roaring Fork on the Colorado River, ranging in width between 1 mile ( 1. 6 km ) and 5 miles ( 8 km ).
PA 42 curves to the northwest as it heads through more rural areas, crossing the Roaring Creek and continuing into Catawissa Township.
The Graves are northeast of the Roaring Bulls and far northwest of Three and One-half Fathom Ledge.

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