Wow. I bet this old fridge still works. These old babies used R764 as their coolant, and was very efficient than the R12 or R134A freon that we use today. Would love to power them up. and see if they still work, I would bet they do if they have not been destroyed in any way.
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i m in love...
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I really like these place and i would like 2 see if is hunted is u are interested please call me 413-846-0426 or email me adrianodanielzina@gmail.com...
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Everytime I view a gallery I think it's my favorite. This one is definitely my favorite by any measure. Beautiful, thought provoking, sad, yet inspiring all at the same time. It actually took me three days to view the gallery due to the amount of time spent on each pic and reading the comments. Thank you so very much Mr Motts!!!!
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I'm originally from the south where Kudzu takes over everything. Looks like about two years growth, lol.
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Oooh, I see the soldier too!
Those are balloons, Eldokid, those are the soap dispensers that someone had asked about earlier.
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I see Toucan Sam, now. Didn't at first but after going back to look, he was so obvious.
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So, if the cabinet door and/or chair fall.....will they make a sound (like a tree falling in the woods with no one to hear).....except maybe any spirits?
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Wow, this building is much too beautiful to be abandoned. What a shame it wasn't repurposed for something other use.
God should have made us with transparent bodies so the freakin' doctors wouldn't have to make us drink this vile stuff!
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dafuq is a sconce?
As a fellow photographer I LOVE!!! this image :)
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I am sure I beleave in ghosts and I can say that this would be a place I would love to spend the night in. If walls could talk walls like these would have alot to say.
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Kristy, Take a look at the Extras link.
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Do you sell large prints of your photos?