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Heading inside

So it was back to Seminole yesterday, and inside the sub-station (which was featured on the 13th), where I met with someone from Enwin who graciously allowed me inside to photograph the building.

Inside the front door, looking towards the front room.

The original lights are still there.

Great wrought iron details.

Looking back towards the front door.

Inside the main room.

This baby is all poured concrete. Built to last.

another view inside the main room.

The railing on the stairs to the basement.

The basement is another massive space, all poured concrete as well.

There is a conditional offer on the building, hopefully some kind of cool rehab is in the works.

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