Ever since I was a young kid I can remember passing this structure. While our car sped southbound on Interstate 75 you could see it sitting parallel to the railroad tracks. It had the architecture of a building you'd see sitting along your toy Lionel trains (didn't everyone have those?). However, it seems that Sir Topham Hat, Thomas, Percy, Gordon, Scheemer, and all of the other shiny time station friends (anyone get the Thomas the Tank Engine reference?) have been gone since the mid 70's according to the papers inside. You've probably seen it on your way to a Red's game, the aquarium, or for any other reason you'd go southbound on I-75, now see what its like up close.
Monday, July 7, 2008
And in the end the East of Ohio was ok, but I am in no hurry to go back out in that direction and slowly being back in the Queen City has not been all that great. I need to get away and I am sorry for the lack of updates. Seicer and Tron are finally back and its time to organize an exploring trip, so if you're interested you know how to contact myself or some of the other Mighty Ducks. Until then here are some photos of a bomb shelter I found in the hills on the western side of the Cincinnati loop. I am happy with my photography again and if anyone ever reads this stuff or looks at it, whether its the abandoned stuff or the other stuff, I just hope someone someday realizes it all has a meaning.
Posted by Ronny Salerno at 2:53 AM