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Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Would you believe????

From what I found on the web, this used to be a high school. It is now a used by the city of Frankfort. And this is not even the best
Can you imagine going to a school like this.

12 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

neat! very unique high school!

Tricia said...

that would be really cool - what kind of use by the city? like city hall? it sure is an awesome & beautiful building =)

Lois Evensen said...

Very pretty! Wow, what a building. I wonder what it looks like inside. We had a marble entrance in our school that we weren't allowed to use. ;)

George said...

They certainly don't make them like this any more.

Ginny said...

One would never guess it was a school!!

Ellie said...

What a lovely building - I wonder what it looks like inside.

Beth said...

Yes, I can imagine because I did! It was a beautiful stone structure with an attic floor and a basement where the lockers and science labs were. It was torn down long ago. The sleek, modern building isn't nearly as lovely. I loved that old school!

Judy said...

I think it would be neat to go there. That's a beautiful building.

don said...

This old school is has an amazing design with so much style and uniqueness. I'm glad you were able to photograph it. Fine subject.

Elaine said...

Beautiful old building! Too bad they are tearing down so many old beauties like this instead of putting them to a new use like here.

Mary said...

Wonderful building! I would not have guessed it was a school. How cool!

Clara....in TN said...

WOW!!!! That sure makes my high school look like a toilet.

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