This is looking in the window on the Mai Wah Society door on Mercury Street, with a small flashlight pointed in the window.
Last week I took a photo of the barn-looking-shack next to this little house. The entrance is in the alley that runs parallel to Washington St. It’s near the hospital as well. The run-down place has boarded up windows and broken glass above the door (as seen in the first photo), but seems like it …
This building says “Dreibelbis” above the archway. I’m assuming it’s the name of the building since it’s below the “702” address and above the “1926” year. I took a photo of this building before and called it the “Newbro Drug Co.” since that’s what’s painted on the north side of the building. This building reminds …
This building and window is on Centennial near Centennial Concrete (I think that’s what it’s called). The street lights were reflecting off the windows.
This is a lovely old refrigerator and an oven in front of a window in the Owsley Block again. I could spend days photographing in that place! There was no light so I used a flashlight to shine in the light.
This broken window is seen from the alley between Idaho and Washington Streets near the Mercury St. Intersection. It’s broken and stuffed with material.
This is St. Pat’s Catholic Church on the corner of Mercury and Washington Streets. It’s a beautiful church. I’d love to see the inside.
This is the stairway into the old Hennessy Building (same building Curley’s Shoes is in on Granite and Main). I have more to comment about and lots more photos to put up, but it is Super Bowl Sunday and the game is on! Also, I still need to post the last two days of photos. …
This is behind the CCCS Building (Community, Counseling and Corrective Services) in the alley on the north side of Broadway Street.