And that weird apartment building stood alone in a field for a decade.
The old foundry down the street is finally being demolished. I made sure to do a little exploring before it’s gone.
“Modern Brass Foundry operated on the site from 1927 to 1958. The Modern Sign and Signal Company was on the southern side of the property from 1932 to 1937.” Dispatch
The house next to the foundry was built in 1900 and only owned by a few families over the last century. The building has been empty since 2014.
Here’s an internet black hole post copied over from my twitter. I guess I’m starting a new project again.
In 1863 Rep Clement Vallandigham of Ohio’s 3rd district ran for governor WHILE BEING EXILED IN CANADA. He lost.
Everything about this guy is pure turd.
He wanted to overthrow the northern governments of Ohio, KY, IL, and IN to create a northern confederacy because WTF.
Dude died by accidentally shooting himself with a gun in his pocket.
Something’s not right…
Last week I posted the destruction of a home so I decided to switch it up and show the development of a business. These images start in 2007 and end last year. O’Reilly Auto Parts bought the location in 2011 and continues to serve the community.
This 1900 double family dwelling has been in the same family since 1970.
There goes the porch.