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Buck Hill and water towerBuck Hill and one of Burnsville's water towers.
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35 W and Crystal LakeA view of 35W and Crystal Lake.
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Aerial of Burnsville Center area 1986This aerial of the Burnsville Center area, County Road 42 and the freeway appeared in the July 1986 Market Focus published by the Minnesota Real Estate Journal.
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Connelly farmOriginally the William and Bridget Connelly farm, then his son Pat and wife Mary's farm, Highway 13.
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Dairy QueenDairy Queen, HIghway 13 and 12th Avenue.
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MotelMotel stood on Travelers Trail next to Warrior Building.
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Burnsville High SchoolBurnsville High School by air.
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Burnsivlle Center area identified by air 1986This aerial appeared in the July 1986 Market Focus published by the Minnesota Real Estate Journal.
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Crystal Lake and Buck HillA view of Crystal Lake from Buck Hill.
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Crystal Lake Beach 1984Crystal lake foreground, Keller Lake background Beach completed 6/84 (photo late 60's or early 70's)
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Crystal LakeCrystal Lake, looking east.
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County Rd 11 and Highway 13 area by airThe area where the apartments appear was farmed by William Connelly, across the road in 1959 John Kennelly built a single home.
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35 W area by airAerial shot identifies sites near 35 W, Cliff Road and Highway 13 in Burnsville.
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Allstate Self Storage An aerial of Allstate Self Storage, provided by the company at 12001 I-35W off Cliff Road.
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Cedar Avenue and Cliff Roads 1989North on Cedar, Cliff Road to the left.
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Burnhaven promotional piecesBurnsville Center area promo with aerials.
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Black Dog Volkswagen 1981The Burnsville Historical Society thanks Luther Burnsville Volkswagen for sharing this photo when the dealership then known as Black Dog Volkwagen was on the site of Jens Embassy.

It later became the Corner house, which burnt in 1978. Today this piece of land is empty, but directly across the road from a number of car dealers on 35 W.
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Willow Pond Apartments circa 1980Looking north toward North River Hills neighborhood, NSP Black Dog plant stacks visible. also IDS Tower, Control Data, New Cedar Avenue Bridge, Snyder Drug in foreground.
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