It seems to have survived well. A lick of paint could maybe help it keep going for another few years.
i love the building, and wow, that is old! really old..hope your day goes smooth today after your 3 day week end...
i like old buildings like that... i like to imagine the people that have passed thru there once upon a time ago :)
At least you aren't that old. And you've probably been painted more often.
Old buildings have such character which makes you wonder what went on behind those bricks and siding.Have a nice short week at work - Katie
Is 1892 the year or address?I like looking at old buildings.Blessings,Laura
Love that reflection in the window - did you notice it when you took the shot?
Glad you had time to take a photo of it! Old buildings have so much to tell.
It almost looks like it is on fire in one of the windows...
If I passed that building every day, I wouldn't be rushing to work either, Ann!...:)JP
Okay, I suspect that there may be a clever play on words and imagery going on around here... Would you ask Duke to point it out to me?
Gads! At least you don't have to work THERE!
I like the reflections in the windows. Hope your day went well. :)Just dance! :)
I love looking at old buildings and especially inside of old buildings. They were laid out so differently than the buildings of today.Have a terrific day. My best to Duke. ☺
I understand that working slump! Glad you took a photo of that interesting old building!
I love old buildings! It's sad when they are abandoned!
Looks like a fire in the window or a reflection of a sunrise. I think some fresh paint would bring this building to life again.
I know what you mean about the work thing. The only thing keeping me going is knowing that one day I'll win the lottery.I love how the windows reflected to sunrise in the picture!Hugs, antonella :-)
That's a charming old house.
Pretty cool looking building...and yes, working for a living is getting pretty old!
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