Oh, my goodness, Tanya. I've just caught up with your posts about these beautiful old buildings. I sure hope that the new numbers are a sign that help is on the way for them. I hate when historic structures are so neglected. Crossing my fingers for them! blessings ~ tanna
i love the square glasses a-top the door ... way cool!!i am curious ... as to what happened after you told the guy you loved him. it happened to my Dad once ... it was a bit embarrassing but he got over and so did the other one who heard it ... it was an oops moment and move along. ha. ha!!! ( :
lol he laughed...as soon as it rolled out of my mouth i knew it and started laughing..i told him i'm so used to saying that when i get off the phone with my kids or husband ha...he just laughed...i was talking to him about a part to my wash machine that was in and i was so glad that ashlyn was going to go pick it up for me so i wouldn't have to see him in person lol
It's always so sad to see old abandoned buildings that have many stories to tell.
the colored glass and the corner points at the top of the building say it must have been a beauty.
Fertile ground to tell some ghost stories, I think.
This is the worst poor building yet! Yet...the pretty glass and the numbers...strange. Maybe they are putting in some rides and making it into Ghostland.
You are right about the colored glass; hopefully there is a restoration of it in the future.
Those signs do appear new! Possibly hope is on the way! Your captures are very cool too!
Wouldn't it be wonderful if they revitalized these beautiful old homes. Your photos are great Tanya. Keeping my fingers crossed that something good will come back to these abandoned buildings.
Another great old building! It is a little strange that they put new address plaques on them. Perhaps it's a building code thing.
It needs a bit of love!
Yes, I like that transom too!
Sad, but charming! Tom The Backroads Traveller
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