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Sign Friday.

R.B. Wing & Son is long gone, but its ghost remains.
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Mar 26 2010 12:23 GMT PaP67
..once upon a time...but doesn't mean an old fashioned backward looking...
the show must go on...!
an open view ! btw what they produced ?!
Mar 26 2010 12:47 GMT sini
Great sign entry!:)
Mar 26 2010 13:13 GMT senna3
A sign from the past, excellent choice for theme!
Mar 26 2010 14:00 GMT martini957
Great one!!!!
Mar 26 2010 15:25 GMT jomoud PRO
A terrific shot and entry.
I find it fascinating to see names and advertising for businesses that are long gone, sometimes as long as 50-60 years.
Have a great weekend my friend.
Mar 26 2010 15:46 GMT iyerhari
lovely find for the theme entry!
Mar 26 2010 15:50 GMT verarenm
not let die... beautiful entry!
Mar 26 2010 18:24 GMT Lensvision
Great entry!
Mar 26 2010 18:29 GMT amyplim
Some very interesting buildings. I like the photo ...
Mar 26 2010 20:45 GMT lynnj04
Great entry, have a lovely weekend :-))
Mar 26 2010 20:57 GMT aquiles PRO
GREAT ENTRY !!!!!!!!!!!
Mar 27 2010 00:06 GMT Poulet PRO
Great and interesting entry!
Have a beautiful weekend, Ashdad. :))
Mar 27 2010 01:22 GMT potterjo
Great entry...reminder of the past, the building behind it is neat too! Is that scaffolding around part of it?
Mar 27 2010 01:53 GMT ashdad PRO
It's some kind of strange black mesh wrapped around the scaffolding--perhaps to protect workers from the weather since this started in midwinter.
Mar 27 2010 02:09 GMT Studio88
The Ghost Of Industry Long Gone Is An Excellent Sign Entry ;-)
Mar 27 2010 03:50 GMT fhelsing PRO
I love those "ghost signs"
Mar 27 2010 15:18 GMT ashdad PRO
This was a hardware / contractor supply / machine tool store. Hard to explain even in English, because they carried so much more than stores do today. In original size you can see some more description of what they sold.

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