Bozo’s Tour Of Linden, New Jersey! (Part II)

Bozo’s Tour Of Linden, New Jersey! (Part II)


Hi everybody, it’s Bozo here. Welcome to Part 2 of Bozo’s spectacular Linden, New Jersey tour. Now, let’s see where we’re headed next! [Rock music] [Punch] This Burger King right here on the crossroad of Stiles St. & Route 1, used to be Seven Gables Bar. There’s the Bentley Motel that we saw in the first video, and another shot of Route 1, and the park! There’s a helicopter taking off from Linden Airport and This area used to be the Linden PAL Baseball field, where kids used to play baseball. And you can actually see some of the planes there, and some of the oil tanks at Tremley Point. [Truck passing] Now we’re driving through Tremley Point. This is all the oil tanks of the Buckeye Pipeline. This is the Linden Police and Firearms Training Range. There’s the moldy blocks of cheese, and the clean cheese down there. [Music] MSGR. Komar Hall [Music and faint wind] Big Stash’s Banquet Hall & Polish restaurant used to be here. Over there is Krauszer’s and Big Al’s deli. Big Al’s used to be Papa’s deli. Here’s Rita Pharmacy and Surgicare. Monument Dealers used to be Tucky’s Pizza, they moved to Wood Avenue. It used to have a sequenced sign that was very memorable. The Army & Navy Surplus store used to be where Mavis Discount Tire is now. And there’s Blue Ribbon Pools, and the pool is so strong that it can hold an elephant without breaking it. Here is Ace Walco’s Parasite Removal, with the little bug on the side. Here is Phillips 66 Linden Terminal Refinery. It is also known as the Exxon Refinery or the Bayway Refinery. And that Exxon over there is the last gas before the bridge and Turnpike. The bridge is the Goethals Bridge which takes you into Staten Island, on Interdtate 278. Next up is Johnny Prince’s Bayway Diner. TV chef Guy Fieri went here for his very first episode of his show, Diners, Drive-Ins & Dives, back in 2007. Right here used to be Kiddy Mart toy store. Here is the Swan Motel Extended Stay Suites. This Exxon, used to be a diner. We made it to Roselle St., and here is Blinskas Bros. Bowling Balls. Here is the White Rose System diner, on Elizabeth Avenue. The White Rose diner were voted best taylor ham, egg, cheese and potato sandwich by The Star Ledger in July 2006. We’re in Fourth Ward and on Bower St. [Wind blowing in camera] Here’s Linden School #5. Here’s Mike’s Tavern on Roselle St. Here’s Meat City. There’s Taco Bell, which is now purple! Here is Central Park bar and Restaurant, and this used to be the Cavalier Diner. There’s Fire Station #2. Here’s Werson Funeral Home. This is the Raymond and Bauer Promenade, where the, it was first called Linden Plaza movie theater, then Linden Twin, then Linden Quad. This CVS over here on Wood Ave used to be Woolworth’s 5 & 10. Here’s St. Elizabeth church. of Hungary. And here’s the Leonard-Lee funeral home. And here’s Dobson Park. Here’s the Linden PAL Youth Center. This is Elmwood Plaza. there’s Carvel and Qing Feng Buffet. Qing Feng Buffet. And right over there, used to be an old photo developing booth, in the parking lot. A 1-hour photo developing booth. Here’s the new Tucky’s Pizza. [School bus passing] [Music] Here we are at Rosedale Cemetery, established in 1900. [whistle] Here’s the famous car here at the Rosedale Cemetery. This was featured in Weird NJ magazine. This Universal Meat Supermarket used to be Rex Gene food store. You had to walk through a plastic curtain to get in there. There’s the Stiles Inn with the classic car sticking out. Here’s Gregg’s Beauty Salon, former home of Jean’s Beans. In this plaza, were Pathmark, National Liquidators, RadioShack and Baskin-Robbins to name a few. Wow! I had fun doing the Linden tour, well that wraps up Part 2 and probably the final part of Bozo’s Linden tour! I really hope you enjoy it. See you on the next adventure. [Music and faint rushing of water]