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Discussion in 'Scenic, Architecture, and Travel' started by TedG954, Jan 27, 2017.
Great images, but that is sad.
It took more than a few bricks to build that place, didn't it.
I agree with Tony, it is sad to see.
Thanks for sharing anyways Ted.
Light pollution was the cause for the shutdown. As Cleveland grew, the skies lit up.
Warner and Swasey Observatory - Wikipedia
Do you have any pictures of the other side of the building?
Just curious as to what it looks like.
No. It's just trash and a very steep drop off to the road below. Not worth the effort.
Nice pictures, always a shame to see such a classic building fall to decay, hell they could have turned it into a cafe
Now that would have made for an interesting ambiance, and a great selling point for the university, IMO. It just seems like *something* productive could have been done with the building.
Seen better days