When I was driving back home Sunday I photographed several old structures along the highway. This one was done while doing about 65 mph. It is part of a cluster of derelict buildings, and I find this particular one even more depressing then any of the others. Not sure what it is, it is just plain ugly to me, for one I don’t care for the type of brick work used on the building. I can’t quite figure out what the building might have been. There is a derelict gas station next to it, and this one seems almost like a store and hotel/motel combination. For one thing it has this big concrete apron in front of it, so it must have been built with the idea of accommodating lots of vehicles.
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