This is on the rear side of the old Sears store, above the freight door.
This is now used as the Steel Horse Music Hall & Barbecue, a performance space/restaurant. It was obviously a warehouse in its first incarnation; it sits beside the railroad line.
The old freight door (above) takes on new life; the windows (below) remain fairly authentic.
The office door, seen below, was my favorite feature of the building.
This was a nice discovery. It seems to be nearly gone, but I just imagined it in its day, busy with farmers from the nearby Beard’s Creek Primitive Baptist Church community, and wonder whose name was once on the sign above the front door.
This view shows more of Albino Manca’s wall sculpture, Wild Duck and Deer, in the background.
This structure, built in 1925, served from that time until 1969 as the Tyson General Merchandise Store.