Your best "old Structure" pic

Discussion in 'Photos' started by EbarDP48, Mar 30, 2006.

  1. BigT

    BigT Been here awhile

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    Here are the originals.:evil

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  2. Echo1

    Echo1 Been here awhile

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    Salinas Pueblo Mission Ruins, New Mexico USA. Built in the early 1600s.

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  3. Mr. G

    Mr. G Normal Dude

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    Burro Schmidt's cabin in the El Paso Mountains, California. After Tonne died but before the A$$wipes stripped and trashed the place
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    Old house, Occidental, California
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    Church, Occidental, California
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    Point Reyes lighthouse, California
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    Darwin, California
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    Old homestead. El Paso Mountains, California
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    Warm Springs mine and camp, Death Valley, California
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    Fort Ross, Sonoma County, California
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  4. Schtum

    Schtum Free Genie

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    Hey....it's a Renault Dauphine, c. 1963. I learned to drive in one of those, it had a wet linered 845 cc engine which made all of 26.5 bhp in the rear, a three on the floor stick shift and a swing-axle at the rear....:eek1
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  5. grizz

    grizz Been here awhile

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    Got a few..... not sure which is the favourite, maybe the last one.


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  6. grizz

    grizz Been here awhile

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    Guess these taken in Jersey Island last year count too......

    First , Orientation.....

    Jersey, close to France in the English channel.

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    World War 2 bunkers.
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    Same tower, close up.
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    Grosnez Castle.
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    Roman Baths...... Bath, England.

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    River Avon, Bath , England.
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    Bath Abbey, Bath, England, along with the Fairy bird.
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    Canterbury Catherdral gate, Ganterbury, England, 2 weeks ago.

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  7. andy29847

    andy29847 Dirt Road Rider

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    The Kershaw House was used as a headquarters for the British Army during the Revolutionary War.
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  8. Pikasso

    Pikasso I'm no painter, though!

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    BigT said
    arghhhh... I did!!!!!:eek1
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  9. Basic

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    This is the main street of Khirbat Tannur in Jordan. Probably deserted since centuries. Pretty cool to ride on a road over a 1000 years old.

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  10. McB

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  11. GS Spirit

    GS Spirit Downsizing

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    In Guffey, not the oldest or the coolest I have ever seen but it was cool enough to get me to stop and take a picture.

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  12. larryboy

    larryboy Just obey!

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    what a dump that town is. nice selection of old cars though. the post office was the nicest building there.

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  13. Mr. G

    Mr. G Normal Dude

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    Darwin still has an active population, maybe 50 or so. It's not quite a ghost town yet. There's a sculptor / sculptress there who makes some pretty nice stuff.

    We were last there in high season....:evil They were preparing to have a dance in the "Darwin Dance Hall"

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    And inside the dance hall

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    The Sculpture Shop

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  14. razor1

    razor1 BMW Performance Center

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    Found this one today. Doing some big adventure riding on the 50!

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  15. wpbarlow

    wpbarlow Long timer Supporter

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    Found this on a ride today

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  16. sTE610vE

    sTE610vE First on the brakes, last on the gas... Supporter

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  17. GSdreamer

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  18. scottcolbath

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  19. eric_the_bald

    eric_the_bald Gnome

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    A couple in Colorado...
    Old homestead near Lasalle pass
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    The inside view
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    Can't believe nobody's posted this Death Valley favorite yet!
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  20. ephemeris

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