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Discussion in 'Photos' started by fastkx125, Feb 27, 2018.
Baker Hotel Mineral Wells, TX
No photo, Okiegtrider.
I swear, I saw the pics on my phone last night, but I can't see them here either. I've got relatives not far from Mineral Wells, and thought that might make a great side trip!
I put that pic in a album on Google photos and tried to direct link it in the post. Maybe that's not a good idea. Here is another try.
Mineral Wells is a nice little town. It's kind of sad to see the once very grand Baker Hotel in the condition it is in.
That works! I've got to go see that place. Beautiful!
Lee F posted some better pics of the place in another thread. https://advrider.com/f/threads/your-best-old-structure-pic.128376/page-356#post-38234544
Thinking about it, I saw the pics on my phone when I got the email notification that you had posted it. I was not logged in. Now that I log in, from my phone or laptop, the pics don't show. I don't know. It's over my head!
Worth the effort. Thanks!
Durham, in far western Oklahoma, at the end of the pavement; almost a ghost town except for the church.
A lot of good memories of that place. I attended primary helicopter flight training at Ft. Wolters. The Baker was a good place to hang out on weekends for the buffet and all.
Yep, a shame to see it closed up like that.
A quiet back corner in Skylawn Memorial Park (cemetery), San Mateo, CA
Lucky boy pass. This house has fallen into pretty bad disrepair and the barn across the way has collapsed.
Couple of abandoned places from a weekend trip in Poland a month back
A barn (nice place to keep yourself dry during the thunderstorm, but wouldn’t risk sleeping there as the roof made of tiles literally falling)
And a nice brick abandoned warehouse from Soviet times
Back roads WNC