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Taken on 06/23/10 by CharlesB
House, Wyoming County, Suckerbrook Road
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Taken on 06/23/10 by CharlesB
Closer look at the front
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Taken on 06/23/10 by CharlesB
Another angle
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Taken on 06/19/10 by CharlesB
House, Village of Middleport, Route 31, near the Erie Canal, Orleans County, CharlesB estimates that it has been abandoend for 1-2 years.
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Taken on 06/19/10 by CharlesB
House, Village of Middleport, Route 31
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Taken on 06/19/10 by CharlesB
House, Village of Middleport, Route 31
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Taken on 06/19/10 by CharlesB
House, Village of Middleport, Route 31
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Taken on 06/19/10 by CharlesB
House, Village of Middleport, Route 31
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Taken on 06/19/10 by CharlesB
House, Village of Middleport, Route 31
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The garage that goes with the previous house.
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Old basketball hoop on upper door.
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Another angle.
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Taken on 06/19/10 by CharlesB
CharlesB writes "a collapse with some rather cool symmetry."
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Taken on 06/19/10 by CharlesB
CharlesB writes "Inside the rear of the garage (the collapsing part). The upright part is locked and inaccessible."
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Taken on 07/20/10 by CharlesB
CharlesB writes "Erie County Roll Road in the middle of farm country, close to the road."
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Comments from visitors:
On 9/16/13 JohnA writes "This was the check out stand for the U-pick strawberries in the field surrounding it. I remember going there as a kid. On Roll rd."

Taken on 07/20/10 by CharlesB
Front view
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Taken on 07/20/10 by CharlesB
Side view
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Taken on 06/16/10
Penn Yan, railroad bridge.  There are numerous functioning railroad lines through the city, as well as some defunct ones that are now parts of the trail system.  But this one is completely unused it seems.
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