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To start this is my first Urbex mission kind of, I couldn’t find an access point into the building but it literally only has two rooms. Back in the 1950’s and early 60’s this place was an auto garage in a tiny township of Centerton. There was no information about the building online so I had to ask my grandmother about the place. 

 

She he didn’t know when the building was constructed but she did know that the man who owned and operated the building was named Bob Wood, she didn’t know how long he owned the garage (she was a kid back in the days of operation) but when he died his son tried to operate the place but instead it was boarded up and left to rust. 

 

 

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On 3/12/2018 at 10:56 PM, hamtagger said:

I like the outdoor crapper :) 

 

Was kinda expecting to see a coal store as well :)

Nice effort dude.

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