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    • Dannie Pinedo

      It's sad to see places abandoned such as this. I think "what hopes, what dreams" the person who built it must have had while they sweat and labored to complete the bldg process, and just how very sad they would be to see what happened to it at the end of the day.

    • Hilary Hyland

      I'd hide here. The roof might need a little help though.

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