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This Food Town store is in Rockwood, Michigan. It is one of two remaining.

This Mor For Less store is in Cambridge, Ohio. I have no idea what it used to be.

This Livonia, Michigan Perani's Hockey World store was originally a Chatham, judging from the design. It also served as a Kids R Us for a while. It is on Farmington Road across from Livonia Mall.

This is in Fraser, Michigan. The sign was replaced in late 2003. This, I'm pretty sure, used to be an A&P. It has a layout reminiscent of a 1970s A&P, with the deli and bakery areas just inside the store as you enter. This exterior shown is from the mid-late 1990s. Before that, it was a Foodland, not a SuperValu. (UPDATE: Nice looking exterior remodel August 2004. A picture will be forthcoming.)

This Fulmer store is in Springfield, Ohio.

This Ray's store is in the Lima, Ohio area. I don't know if it used to be anything else. It is right off of I 75.

This Save-A-Lot is in Lima, Ohio. It is in a former A&P.

This is the Great Scot store in Findlay, Ohio. There is no relation to this store chain and the old chain in Detroit with the similar name. This store can be seen from the interstate.

This Giant Eagle is in Rossford, Ohio, on US20 near I 75. It opened probably in 2002 (maybe 2001- I don't remember.)

This is in Niagara Falls, Ontario. It is a fairly common design for IGA in Ontario; I saw one of these somewhere else, but I don't remember exactly where.

This is Solway's IGA in Wiarton, Ontario. It was remodeled outside in probably 2001 or 2002.

This is in Sarnia, Ontario, near the Lambton Mall. I think it's on London Road but again, I don't remember. I was just passing through.

This Sobey's store is in Kincardine, Ontario. It appears to be recently built. Sobey's is one of Canada's major grocers. I wonder if this may have been something else; the IGA in Forest, Ontario looks just like this.

This sign painted on a wall in Detroit (photo taken 2003) is directing towards the parking lot of a long gone Wrigley's Supermarket. Actually, the store building may still be there, but I don't know which of the many bombed out buildings in the area it was. You can see this kinda sorta from the parking lot of the Kroger store at East 7 Mile and Gratiot. (update: As of summer 2005 this mural has degraded somewhat. I'm glad I got this pic when I did; I doubt this building will be standing too much longer. The Kroger has since closed; it is now Mike's Fresh Market.)

This Save-a-Lot is in Niagara Falls, New York.