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The Inconvenience Mall
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Along the highway West of Port Colborne, sits an abandoned building with the words "In-Convenience Mall" written on the sign. When I was a wee lad, this used to be an A&W fast-food place complete with roller-skating waitresses that would skate up to your car with a root-beer and burger. It hasn't fared so well since the '60s and has had many owners.
Copyright: Clay Morehead
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 6740x3370
Taken: 18/12/2011
Загружена: 18/12/2011
Обновлено: 26/06/2014
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Tags: abandoned; mall; port colborne; a&w; lake erie; highway 3
  • Jo over 1 year ago
    That is so sad. Big business, multi millions is the way of life now. Doesn't matter how we feel. They laugh in our faces nowadays :(
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