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West Main Street

west main street carnegie in color

West Main Street

It’s only at a certain time late in the day that the sun lights these six blocks of West Main Street all the way to the west end of town. Bonus that the sky was reflecting on the railroad tracks. I tried my best to avoid the mail utility pole and “stop here at red” sign for what they blocked, but I love the busy-ness of wires and poles further down.

And just to show that the town still looks much like the small town it’s always been, here’s a sepia version of the same thing.

west main street carnegie in sepia

West Main Street Carnegie looking vintage.

 

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