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Discussion in 'Photos' started by EbarDP48, Mar 30, 2006.
That's quite the trash burner, or did that fireplace have another use?
Far older house the burned down ? Someone might have had something really old and just let it rot leaving the fireplace behind.
Upper Michigan a week ago.
From Gold Hill CO.
I had the impression that the chimney was what was left of a house.
Eureka Springs, Arkansas
yep far to many just left to rot and fire . As I ve said before if it's 80 plus years old the wood worth it's weight in gold when salvaged. You never know if someone use hardwood as foundation beam in 100 plus year old house . An oak or cheastnut tree beam could be worth 10 to 50 grand depending on size and condition.
Here, an old house is worthless, they don't even seem to care about any of the fixtures. Old houses here are attacked with a bull dozer, dumped into a roll off and carted away. Kind of sad really, disrespectable to those that built it. In time a new house is built in it's place, newer design but usually not built as well.
Mooresboro, NC I know I have shot this place before, but I can't find it anywhere. From a ride on D-Day, 2021. The property is being cleaned up and some of the windows have been salvaged evidently
On 300th St south and west of Latham, IL.
Today in northern Missouri.
BUILT 1912, THIS BRICK AND STONE SINGLE-STORY COMMERCIAL BUILDING IS THE ONLY REMAINING ORIGINAL BUILDING IN THE ALL-BLACK TOWN OF TULLAHASSEE AND ONE OF THE FEW LEFT FROM THAT ERA IN THE STATE. LISTED ON NATIONAL REGISTER 8/5/85.
Shirley, MA, old town hall.
Taken while on one of the motorized trails of the Dakota Access Loop. This place is southwest of Custer, SD. Shot on 120 roll film using a Voigtlander Bessa II:
Looks like it still has power.
Snowball, Arkansas, across the street from the first pic. I don't think this one still has power.