Here's another. This building is of the James Manufacturing plant.
I'm liking this old/new photo thing.
Gone are all the windows including the roof windows. Repurposed
Wonder if any of the original front is behind that corrugated tin?
The windows have been gone for long time but the door just got closed up a couple years ago. The section of building to the left of the rail section was torn down around 5 years ago.
This is how it looked in its heyday.
So how many James's did they manufacture in a day?
I love the old/new pictures, but I also usually get depressed with the new ones. Keep it up though if you have them.
James made poultry and dairy equipment along with designing prefab barns and structures. During the War they built lightweight insulated quonsets suitable for arctic conditions