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UER Forum > US: South > The photo of the day: Texas part III (Viewed 17343 times)
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Lol, I don't know, but I doubt it. This was some kind of warehouse that I eventually realized was probably not abandoned (hence, the title of the photo), that was being used to stage some sort of European estate sale. There was a ton of halloween stuff, including the entire life-sized cast from "Nightmare Before Christmas!"




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Oldie, but a favorite...
Seen in a train depot off I-10 during my cross-country move a few years ago:

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I thought it was cute.




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Was driving home from Big Bend and noticed the moon rising above this industrial area, I thought it'd make for a good picture.





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Part of a (mostly) abandoned lint seed mill:







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Is that car chilling on an upper floor? That would beg the questions of "how," and "why?"




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Is that car chilling on an upper floor? That would beg the questions of "how," and "why?"


no, I see why you might think that though. it's actually a garage in back of an old mansion. the garage was built by a creek and its slowly crumbling into it.




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no, I see why you might think that though. it's actually a garage in back of an old mansion. the garage was built by a creek and its slowly crumbling into it.


Haha, the lower resolution makes it hard to tell, but it looked like treetops outside.




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I drove through Glenrio a couple months ago. It's still there. Population of one (and one very loud dog).

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Here's a throwback. Before it got shattered, this mirror was the local roll call.

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Here's a throwback. Before it got shattered, this mirror was the local roll call.
https://live.staticflickr.com/8867/17797549052_794726bf97_c.jpg
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That photo reminded me of another roll call (in Sanger):


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oops. double post.



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The Sanger guestbook still around? Been years since I've been over there




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The Sanger guestbook still around? Been years since I've been over there


I’m not sure, but I saw a photo of the location and it was looking really rough. I personally haven’t been there in three or four years at least.




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