Wednesday, November 9, 2011


This lonely building started life out as an upscale gas station, IE a bit more than the standard box with pumps out front that was typical of the era.

It has seen use since then for number of purposes, including the admissions office for the local community college.

But today it stands, scars and all, surrounded by highways and ramps that were not there when it was built, making it strangely isolated and inaccessible as traffic rushes by.

1 comment:

  1. The conditions (lighting) that were perfect for adding to the "feel" that you write about. I really like this image along with your Sea Breeze Roundabout post of a few days ago.