126 Comments Posted by John Galt

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Beautiful, what a wonderful find. Glad to see it had not been vandalized. Better than any abandoned house I have ever seen.
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Beautiful time capsule.
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A lonely desk photo! It looks like someone left and never came back. Unless this is one of the staged scenes Motts mentioned in the intro.
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I agree, it looks like there was a clock in there originally. I have never seen a built in clock case before. So sad to see books left behind. A few times I have had to resist a very strong urge to take books from abandoned places.
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Wow, I love this shot. Cool composition and interesting lighting. What a strange entry way.
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Had the same thought about the lighting. Yes, we are talking about you, Mica.
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Have not seen you, lonely chair, in a while. Glad you are back.
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It's a trap!
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It looks like something designed to separate heavier sediment or liquids.
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Beautiful and haunting. Have found a few similar things in some abandoned houses. Nothing like this, just a few odds and ends, plus they had only been empty for a few years.
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I too worked in a building w/ one of those dreadful heaters. I called it hellfire. Too hot when it was on, cold when it was not. Oh and it would blow papers off your desk if you did not anchor them down.
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Yes, Mica I think those are probably mid 60's light fixtures. I remember similar ones up to the 70's but by then most institutions were putting in ghastly fluorescent lights.
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That is more than a sample, Iceberg. Must be pretty bad, it is enough to peel the paint.
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It could be the perspective but sometimes ladders do have a wider base for stability.
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Oh mama, can this really be the end?