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Old Bloomington - Cedar Avenue.205 viewsEntering Bloomington from the Cedar Avenue Bridge residents would first see the Scott's store and Ford dealership.
Indian burial ground uncovered in Burnsville 205 viewsA bulldozer at work on a grading job in Burnsville uncovered bones believed from an Indian burial ground. Fourteen skeletons were uncovered according to Vernon Helmen an archaelogist from the Science Museum. of the st. Paul Institute, it is not possible at the moment to determine their age. Helmen is shown examining the find on the site of the River Hills Housing development.
Southport Airport Lebanon205 viewsLocated on County Road 42 of what is now Apple Valley, near the corner of Cedar Avenue.
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Automatic Sprinker effectiveness evident in school fires 1995204 viewsThree large Minnesota high school buildings were damaged by arson fires during the last week of April 1994 including Burnsville High School. the first and most damaging of these fires occured April 25, 1994 at Burnsville High School. Four days later, fires were reported during the early morning hours at two other high schools - Edina and Minnetonka. All the fires demonstrated the effectiveness of automatic sprinkler protection...
The Children's Place - Burnsville Center204 viewsOnce located at the Burnsville Center, photo compliments of the Center.
Burnsville Center, American Eagle 1980s204 viewsStill at the Burnsville Center in 2018, a 1980s photo of the American Eagle. According to their website: American Eagle Outfitters of Burnsville, MN is a brand with expertly crafted, high quality denim at our core. We create Jeans, shorts and shirts that fit our customers lives. Photo compliments of the Burnsville Center.
Bloomington by air 1970s204 viewsBefore the Mall of America...There was Met Stadium, Met Center, and The Carlton Celebrity Room, minutes from Burnsville.
Burnsville by air 1989204 viewsThis is a copy of a newspaper clipping showing the Fairview Ridges campus, County Road 42 and surrounding area of Burnsville by air.
Eaton's Ranch (Apple Valley)204 viewsA 1940's photo of the popular Eaton's Ranch on Cedar Avenue.
Burnsivlle Center area identified by air 1986204 viewsThis aerial appeared in the July 1986 Market Focus published by the Minnesota Real Estate Journal.
Burnsville Center opening day 1977203 viewsBurnsville Center is located in Burnsville, Minnesota. It is one of the larger enclosed malls in Minnesota with over 153 stores on 3 floors and approximately 1,100,000 square feet. The mall opened in 1977 after Hannah Rimnac sold farmland to Homart Development; however, the mall is now owned by CBL & Associates, a company which owns and operates over 32 malls throughout the United States.
Burnsville Center Directory 1977203 viewsThis is likely the first Burnsville Center directory with spokesman Pat Paulson on cover. "Relaxed family shopping..." That's the way we designed Burnsville Center. For you. We want you and your family to experience a pleasant, relaxed environment while you visit our many shops, theatres, restaurants, banks and convenient facilities... Major stores included: Dayton's, Powers, J.C. Penney, Sears. At this time there was a movie theatre.
Burnsville Center, Applebees203 viewsFull-service chain bar & grill providing hearty American eats in an informal setting shown in the 1980s. Compliments of the Burnsville Center..
WK-6-433 Burnsville and Lebanon by air 1937203 viewsIt is believed this aerial showing the lines of Burnsville and Lebanon Townships was shot in 1937.
Burnsville Center by air 1994203 viewsView of the Burnsville Center from County Road 42 with a view of 35W and Crystal Lake. Photo compliments of the Burnsville Center.
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Cedar Avenue Bridge undated202 viewsAn early photo of the Cedar Avenue Bridge connecting Eagan/Burnsville with Bloomington area through Nicols.
The Kraemer and Knox Lumber sites202 viewsKraemer and Knox Lumber below Highway 13 and across from 35W.
Burnsville Center 1970s202 viewsA listing of stores from the 1970s.
Burnsville Center Eddie Bauer 1980w202 viewsA 1980s view of the store, still at the Center. According to their website: Eddie Bauer offers sportswear for the active, casual lifestyle of men and women. Renowned for its outerwear, today's Eddie Bauer also offers full seasonal collections of fine quality sportswear, footwear, travel gear, accessories, and dress casual apparel. Photo compliments of the Burnsville Center.
Apple Valley by air 1992202 viewsThe Dakota County Historical Society's Over the Years Magazine March, 1992 included a feature story with aerials of various Dakota County Communities including Apple Valley.
Burnsville by air202 viewsThis map which identifies areas of Burnsville appeared in the 1974 Burnsville Progress Edition.
Burnsville Center 1976 -1977201 viewsInterior of Daytons under construction, photo compliments of the Burnsville Center.
Walter Strese of Rosemount, creates antique town 1976200 viewsWalt Strese of Rosemount created his own Antique Town in the valley behind his home on County Road 33 in Rosemount. Included was the Gibson Barbershop or Rosemount and Dally Store from Crystal Lake. The antique village no longer exists.
Billy Goat Bridge200 viewsAnother view of Burnsville's classic Billy Goat Bridge.
A plaque for Dolly (Dally) 199 viewsSeveral dozen residents from Crystal Lake gathered September 27, 1980 to dedicate a plaque to Oscar Dolly (correct spelling Dally) a life resident of the area and shop owner for 54 years. He died in 1977.
Burnsville Center by air 1994199 viewsView of the Burnsville Center from J.C. Penney's with view of County Road 42, Kohls, 35 W, Bloomington and Minneapolis. Photo compliments of the Burnsville Center.
Burnsville by air 2000199 viewsAerial view of Burnsville, County Road 42 area showing Aldrich Avenue South and McAndrews Road circa 2000. Compliments of the Dakota County Historical Society.
1976 Burnsville High School yearbook199 viewsPage 127 - The graduating class of 1976.
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