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1912 - Rebuilding and "modern" sprawling.

Doctoryzer

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Welcome back to the U.S. Midwest's most beautiful (in our own opinions around town) town, Melbourne, notice how much the town grown over a few years period cause of a tornado. The town is never put down because of a common disaster on our region!

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The new church built on a outer edge of downtown, as a new building built to give pride to the rebuilding of the

town of Melbourne.

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The new Melbourne Elementary school, that replaced the original one destroyed in the "Melbourne Tornado" as local residents call it.

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The former Woolworths location, Woolworths never seemed to rebuild sadly, hopefully though we may see Woolworths return, but thats not likely until a few years.

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Almost forgot, the brand new Audubon Building, it holds the towns administrative offices, so far our tallest building

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Near the church, is this small area of the outer downtown region, its not much importance, but it shows that downtown has expanded.

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To conclude this update, a picture of the main downtown area of the town of Melbourne.

Also, to give a idea of the population increase & decrease, only based on updates, not every year.

1905- 1,251 people

1909- 188 people

1912- 3,154 people.



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