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Friday, April 20 2012

RIP Cambridge Pool

Written by Jordy
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This Spring, a retrofit lead to the filling in of the deep end. Though it will be skatable, the gnar is over. The new layout will make it easier for the masses. After being skatable for over 30 years, another one bites the dust.

Nothing hurts more than legendary and magical skate spots being tamed in order to please insurance companies and city councils. Spots come and go, but this kick in the nuts hurts a little more than others. When EMB, Wallenberg, and others all meet their makers, you just ask, "What's next?" —Jake Phelps

Posted: April 20, 2012

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Photos: Alex Bushkoff

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