Discussion in 'Photos & Videos' started by interurban, Aug 3, 2003.
Here's a chemical plant...
I really like the rust from the fence running down the retaining wall in the foreground!
They are great Charlie thanks for finding them.
Love the urban decay
Great pics, Charlie!
Now THAT LAST ONE would be something for Robin's cerealboard workshop!
I Struck Paydirt!!!
Looking for a picture of a building in your city or town that has long since been torn down or otherwise gone? Try this site...
Just type in your city or town and state in the search block and be prepared for what you might find:thumb:
I found the one I was looking for:thumb:
Stone Arch Bridge
I was out making pictures of the snow last week, & I took this one of a stone arch bridge over Beargrass Creek here in Louisville...
Lafayette Street Railway Powerhouse (built 1892, 1896, and 1907) one of hte first American electric railways, as she stood in 1979. It fell to progress later that year :cry: :cry: :cry:
In all her glory, back in 1911, making the interurbans the way to party in Lafayette!
Her Westinghouse generator and Hamilton-Corliss engine in 1907
Hamilton-Corliss engine and switchboards in 1907
And The Boiler Room
Engine room, c. 1894
One last look...
Thanks for all the new pictures guys,,, Hi jon looks like ya falling for the old Interurbans??
Great power house shots.
I thought that might cheer you up for Christmas, since your longing for Christmas in the old country Wish I saw the old gal before they took it down
An easy lineside structure.
Here are some pictures of a building I would like to model one day. I don't know what it was, but my guess would be a feed mill
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