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G Street and Wyoming Avenue, Philadelphia
Philadelphia

One of the thousands of rusted-out factories in North Philadelphia, which was a very productive industrial area well into the 1960s.   Most are now vacant, some, like this one, still house marginal businesses.

Copyright: Thomas k sharpless
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