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Abandoned Store Near Eltopia
USA

This is but one of the abandoned buildings visible from the highway in this interesting place.  I had driven past for decades with growing curiosity, and finally decided to stop and look around a bit with my camera.


Eltopia is mostly a "ghost town" or rural neighborhood at this point, but there are a few farm-related businesses scattered about in the area, as well as farms that are very much operating (and each probably has its own collection of abandoned rusty equipment serving as decor of sorts) and homes around the old "downtown" location are mostly occupied. The area isn't dead but the old "downtown" area (only having a few blocks with fewer buildings still standing) is certainly lacking life. The operations that usually define a "town" have all but dried up, and evidence that it once was thriving as such is weathering away more each year, it seems.  

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Copyright: Timothy Oldfield ~ Washington State 360
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 6000x3000
Taken: 13/09/2015
Uploaded: 13/10/2016
Updated: 14/10/2016
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Tags: ghost; town; abandoned; weathered; old
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