Blue Hole - Entrance
Title:
Blue Hole - Entrance
Castalia Ohio (OH), Linen unused


The Blue Hole
Title:
The Blue Hole
Castalia Ohio (OH), Chrome unused



Blue Hole Falls, The Blue Hole
Title:
Blue Hole Falls, The Blue Hole
Castalia Ohio (OH), Chrome unused


The Blue Hole
Title:
The Blue Hole
Castalia Ohio (OH), Chrome unused



Picnic Grounds at the Blue Hole
Title:
Picnic Grounds at the Blue Hole
Castalia Ohio (OH), Chrome unused

Description:
Spacious picnic grounds at the Blue Hole are in a beautifully tree shaded spot along the trout streams. Tables and grills are provided for those who wish to cook.


Castalia Blue Hole - Entrance
Title:
Castalia Blue Hole - Entrance
Castalia Ohio (OH), Linen unused



Blue Hole Entrance
Title:
Blue Hole Entrance
Castalia Ohio (OH), Linen

Description:
Discovered by Robert Rogers, 1760, the most extraordinary spring in existence. Unknown depth, visible depth 45 feet, and 75 feet in diameter, source of water underground river. Temperature 48 degrees winter and summer. It never freezes and is not affected by floods or drought. Discharges 5,000 gallons of water every minute. Fish cannot live in Blue Hole as it is absolutely free from air or food. The water is blue in color and extremely clear and supplies water for a brook trout fishing club. Curt Teich & Co.


The Blue Hole
Title:
The Blue Hole
Castalia Ohio (OH), Real Photo unused



Blue Hole
Title:
Blue Hole
Castalia Ohio (OH), Real Photo


Blue Hole Entrance
Title:
Blue Hole Entrance
Castalia Ohio (OH), Linen unused

Description:
On the way to the Blue Hole, the visitor walks along the banks of a beautiful stream - the crystal like waters of which are teaming with fish, speckled beauties - rainbows, browns, eastern brook and Loch Leven trout. A sportsman's paradise where nature in one of its extravagant moods carved a fairy land. The Blue Hole and Parks adjacent thereto are more beautiful at night than in the daytime - a sight never to be forgotten - a dreamland, inconceivable where one can crystal-gaze in water rather than glass



Castalia Blue Hole
Title:
Castalia Blue Hole
Castalia Ohio (OH), Linen unused

Description:
C.T. American Art Discovered by Robert Rogers, 1760, the most extraordinary Spring in existence. Unknown depth, visible depth 45 feet, and 75 feet in diameter, source of water underground river. Temperature 48 degrees winter and summer. It never freezes and is not affected by floods or drouth. Discharges 5,000 gallons of water every minute. Fish can not live in Blue Hole, as it is absolutely free from air or food. The water is blue in color and extremely clear and supplies water for a brook trout fishing club


Night Shot Blue Hole
Title:
Night Shot Blue Hole
Castalia Ohio (OH), Chrome unused



Trout Hatchery and Water Wheel at the Blue Hole
Title:
Trout Hatchery and Water Wheel at the Blue Hole
Castalia Ohio (OH), Linen unused

Description:
In Ohio's Lake Erie Vacationland A visit to the famous Blue Hole is not complete without also visiting the Trout Hatchery located in the same grounds. The streams around this interesting place are alive with various species of beautiful trout. Located at Castalia, Ohio, six mile west of Sandusky, on State Route 101 and Federal Route 6. Open day and night.


The Famous Blue Hole
Title:
The Famous Blue Hole
Castalia Ohio (OH), Chrome unused

Description:
Six miles west of Sandusky, Ohio on Route 101. The depth of the Blue Hole is unknown. The visible depth is apparently 50 or 60 feet. It finds its source in an underground river and maintains a temperature of 48 degrees, winter and summer. It is not affected by floods or drought. The volume of water flowing from this marvelous spring is seven million gallons daily, sufficient to supply a city of 75,000 population



Blue Hole
Title:
Blue Hole
Castalia Ohio (OH), Divided Back unused


Night View of the Famous Blue Hole
Title:
Night View of the Famous Blue Hole
Castalia Ohio (OH), Linen unused

Description:
In Ohio's Lake Erie Vacationland, Six miles west of Sandusky, Ohio on Route 101. The depth of the Blue Hole is unknown. The visible depth is apparently 50 or 60 feet. It finds its source in an underground river and maintains a temperature of 48 degrees, winter and summer. It is not affected by floods or drought. The volume of water flowing from this marvelous spring is seven million gallons daily, sufficient to supply a city of 75,000 population.





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