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Sunday, December 14, 2003
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Looking like She's sitting on her own rail siding,
Al's Ordinary Bike Shop is for sale.


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What do you call a girl with one leg shorter than the other?
I Lean... But just a little.


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It reminds me of a train rushing down the tracks...
Or a steam boat. Too much character to ignore.


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This is a great looking building... Even from behind.

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The Next Project?

This is no Ordinary building

     What could hopefully be the next real-estate project is the building housing, amoung other things, Al's Ordinary Bike Shop and two apartments. The building proper needs a few repairs and the apartments need work, but all in all it's a very attractive package in a great location. A piece of trim here and little brick work there, some paint and she'd be ready for her next 150 years. I don't know if the color scheme is original, but it certainly suits this unique building perfectly. Now all I need is a lighthouse for a summer home. Stay tuned for more.



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