Tuesday, May 20, 2014

Rubbish Tuesday #4

Abandoned Mill, Georgia
Sadly, this abandoned mill joined countless other businesses as 
yet another American casualty in an unstable "world market". 


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30 comments:

  1. Huge building. Sad to see the economy take so many businesses down. Perfect post for Rubbish. Thanks for linking up!

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  2. Looks to have been a massive enterprise at one time.

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  3. Neat picture. I also like your header. I'm a cat person!

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  4. I'd love to go through something like this!! Maybe find some piece of equipment that has been left behind.

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  5. It would be amazing to think of a new purpose for this place, and see it used again in some way.

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  6. It saddens me to see abandoned buildings that once were so busy with activities where people worked.
    Hugs,
    JB

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  7. Wow, look how huge this place is! Yeah, I'm with Hootin Anni. I'd love to take a tour through that place!

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  8. That was quite an operation at one time. Sad to see all these places going by the wayside.

    Thanks for your visit and comment on my RT post.

    ~Lindy

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  9. While I enjoy seeing the old run down barns and think of their history, it is sad to see so many buildings not being used that are still in good shape and have a purpose.

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  10. Perfect capture, no words necessary to tell it's sad story. Great find for this!

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  11. Nice shot. Those stories around abandoned mills are quite interesting.

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  12. It looks like it was a thriving business at one time!

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  13. Yes, there are too many like that in KTown. (You know where I mean...near me.) xxoo It is sad.

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  14. It is always sad to see this.

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  15. that's always sad to see...what part of georgia is this? we used to live outside of atlanta and had an awesome flea market inside of an old cotton mill.

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  16. This building(s) looks to have been a sizable operation... Must have made an impact on the community with it's shuttering...

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  17. If it was in a city they would turn it into trendy condos with a hefty price tag!

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  18. It makes me so sad to see abandoned buildings.

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  19. It's so sad to see so many abandoned buildings just left to rot. It's such a waste and only blights the neighborhood.

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  20. It is sad. There have been four good sized employment hits in our small area the last year or so. Nice find, though, for rubbish Tuesday.

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  21. This old building speaks of all our fellow Americans who lost their jobs to the reckless economy. It is a symptom of what is to come ... this truly upsets me, as you know. Great picture that speaks volumes ...

    Andrea @ From the Sol

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  22. These big empty buildings are very sad to see. So many jobs were lost. I wouldn't mind seeing the inside of the building.

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  23. That's so very sad. Seeing abandoned buildings always makes us wonder about the history that happened there, and the lives of all the people who passed through there over the years...

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  24. it looks like one of the sets from The Walking Dead.
    Guess it didn't need the Zombie Apocalypse to put some places out of business. unfortunate.

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  25. There's nothing so forlorn as an abandoned building.

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  26. So sad when I think of all the people who once had jobs there. Hugs, Janet

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  27. It is sad that so many businesses are closing. This makes for a great photo though. Lots of texture with the various colors of rust.

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  28. It is a bit depressing to see buildings standing empty like this but I bet there are great things to photograph inside!

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