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All the other sites are on the Nationl Register of Historic Places, but that does not protect it from demolition.
There was a bookie set up behind a bus diner at Lefferts Blvd and Jamaica Ave.
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I'm always sad to hear about places disappearing - like Jahn's, that big 5 10 cent store that had 2 locations on Jamaica Ave, The Triangle Haufbrau.