McDonalds/Shell now sits on this same stretch of St. Rt. #256, just north of the I-70 Interchange.
Believe it or not, down deep inside the shell of this bank still lies some of the original Haft restaurant. In the 1970's it was a TAT Restaurant and then eventually became the Heartland Bank.
Allison Winters, father of member Jack Winters, rides a tricycle in front of the Martin and Julie Winters home in 1909. This house was located at the Southwest corner of Brice and Main Street.
Scenes from Reynoldsburg's past, relating to Reynoldsburg today.
Reynoldsburg-Truro Historical Society © 2018
The St. Rt. #256 farm of W.V. Ashton. A guess at the date of this photo is in the 1920's
This is the building on Main Street, in old Reynoldsburg, known today as Connell Hardware. This photo is from the 1890's.
Wrestling brought fame and fortune to Al Haft and his motel/restaurant on main street in Reynoldsburg. These two photos were taken by the sign company at the new motel in the mid 1940's.
This is Connell Hardware in a 2009 photo. The store closed for good in 2013, after 141 years in business
Located on the same corner in Reynoldsburg, Ohio in 2006 is the Flowerama store managed by Carol Rodriguez. The location had previously been a Gulf Oil filling station.