This magnificent department store was Ashtabula's version of Rich's or Marshall Fields or L.S. Ayres. The Carlisle-Allen Store on main street was the place to shop. It's been abandoned for 20 years, a quiet, stoic monument to past civic glory.
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Chestnut Grove Cemetary, Ashtabula, Ohio. The cemetery is supposedly haunted. Dec. 29, 1876 a train crashed into the river when the trestle collapsed. 92 passengers out of 160 died. Many of the bodies were not able to identified. The bridge engineer killed himself shortly after this disaster. Many visitors claim to see apparitions in period clothing wandering around the memorial.