WWII Abandon Army Building Becomes Art Studio

Stephen Nielsen

This old abandon WWII Army ammunition’s building has become somewhat of an art studio for young gang members, or maybe just a place for bored kids to practice their art craft.

This looks like it was quite a place in it’s day. This is one of several military buildings that were quickly built during WWII to manufacture ammunition’s needed. Since sometime in the 1960’s it has been abandon.

I wonder why they haven’t torn down this building yet. I walk by here often.

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