Wednesday, November 16, 2005

In the middle of the workday, I saw a forklift here- no cars, no people, nothing else. The layout of this place is really curious, it seems like there used to be a railroad track in the center, with constant loading docks all around. The facility seems relatively modern, maybe 70's or 80's, here is already fatally wounded by the overall economic collapse of american industry. For a time, and likely now, it is partially used to store commodities of little of no value, and soon it will be left to rot.

1 Comments:

Anonymous the other richmond said...

These look like tobacco barns to me, which in my neck of the woods are used part of the year for the harvest and sale, and the rest of the time as flea markets, or "furniture barns."

8:12 AM  

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