Finally we in , fantastic manor, decaying only thru the elements and time mostly without the pollutant of vandalism, part of an action packed weekend of aceness and newly discovered gems, on operations with Ssshhh... and Perjury Saint
In a parking lot at Congress Square this woodie, with its rear bodywork of wood, sits waiting for the surf to rise. The vehicle had its birth somewhere in the mid- 1930s but reached its zenith of sales in the '40s and '50s. There were versions of it in sedans and convertibles, but the most popular, at least in the US, seem to be the station wagons. The older guys on Mayfield were always tinkering with old cars trying to convert them into street rods. Us little guys were always around, it…
This Old House
Stumbled upon this massive old building near Hunter Mountain in Upstate, New York. This shot doesn't come close to capturing the entire building. As noted in the comments this is this building was the Cold Spring Hotel. You can find more info inthe comments below.