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THE ORIGINAL HOUSE OF ROCK

The Roxbury Bandshell built in 1939 located at the Roxbury park in Johnstown PA, born in the great depression, was built as a tribute to the strength of the Johnstown people and their determination to survive the depression and to build a better future.  This magnificent rock-strong Bandshell was filled with songs of hope and optimism, where entertainment could uplift people fighting through the economic struggles of their day.

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Where’s the Bandshell??

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I think this is Franklin street, this is taken from about the corner of Plainfield and Franklin which if the bandshell were built, it would be to the left, out of the picture

I'll bet there was construction on Plainfield Ave. at the time this photo was taken.

It's on its way, one piece at a time

Luna Park was also at that location. It had an amusement park and a horse track that hosted the first automobile race in the county.

Where was this entrance? I know there were (are) stones similar to this coming down Berkley Rd. Very cool picture!

Gary not built yet.

One of those stone structures remains...on the corner of Franklin St. and Park Drive. The Bandshell wasn't built until 1939. This photo was posted on another Facebook page and the OP said it was taken in the 1930s. 

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This Sunday, December 3rd, the Roxbury Bandshell will be having their Christmas Program and Tree Lighting. This event starts at 5:00 p.m. and Santa will be making a special appearance! 🎅🎄

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