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Subway in Arundel Mills
Subway in Arundel Mills Subway at the Arundel Mills mall in Hanover, Maryland, using the newer store design incorporating the new logo, photographed after closing.
Painted branches growing leaves
Painted branches growing leaves Previously painted branches on a tree along the Graffiti Highway growing new leaves.



The Graffiti Highway is a former alignment of Pennsylvania Route 61 through Centralia, Pennsylvania. This section of road was abandoned for a new alignment in 1993 due to ground subsidence caused by an underground coal mine fire that has been burning under Centralia since 1962.
Honda HR-V EX
Honda HR-V EX A 2018 Honda HR-V EX. Photographed in Crystal City, Virginia.
Edwards Integrity with broken strobe
Edwards Integrity with broken strobe Edwards Integrity fire alarm horn/strobe at Monmouth Mall in Eatontown, New Jersey. Note that the strobe part of the alarm is broken.
Construction on Esperanza site
Construction on Esperanza site Construction site at the former Esperanza development on Ocean Avenue in Asbury Park, New Jersey.
Construction on Esperanza site
Construction on Esperanza site Construction site at the former Esperanza development on Ocean Avenue in Asbury Park, New Jersey.
Middle section of the Asbury Park Casino
Middle section of the Asbury Park Casino The middle section of the Casino in Asbury Park, New Jersey, located between the arcade and the former carousel house. This section has been gutted, and is now used for storage. This view faces toward the space that formerly housed a fun house.
Construction on Esperanza site
Construction on Esperanza site Construction site at the former Esperanza development on Ocean Avenue in Asbury Park, New Jersey.
Middle section of the Asbury Park Casino
Middle section of the Asbury Park Casino The middle section of the Casino in Asbury Park, New Jersey, located between the arcade and the former carousel house. This section has been gutted, and is now used for storage. This view faces toward the space that once housed the "Mad-O-Rama" ride.
Asbury Park Casino arcade
Asbury Park Casino arcade Arcade through the Casino in Asbury Park, New Jersey. The arcade opens to the boardwalk, and serves as a continuation of the boardwalk. The arcade is now open to the public, following a period of closure for a number of years. While the arcade originally ran through the middle part of the Casino building, the arcade is now the easternmost part of the Casino, following the demolition of the eastern part of the Casino in 2006.