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Old Nov 5, 2010, 9:47 PM   #1
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Default The corner store a century ago.....

This area on the mainland is called Fairview, steep in history of the Pacific Northwest. This was the northernmost jumping off point to the gold fields from the US. It was also a big fishing town, as well as logging. Most of these buildings have had many different uses through the years. It was enjoying quite a restoration and redevelopment before the economy tanked

I was working with some really tuff condition, brutal, arg!

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Old Nov 6, 2010, 12:25 AM   #2
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Nice store Eddie! Can you tell me what the material is that is the main make up of the facad? It kinda looks like brick but not really a dedicated brick shape I am used to seeing here in Kansas. I do however see some limestone used in a couple of courses and as window sills, but the brick looks funny shaped... not flat, or perhaps well worn especially on the second story... Anyway nice texture and a quaint building. I wonder who had the job of hanging over the edge to paint the very top.

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