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Busted out windows of a warehouse of the former A.W. Cash Valve Company, a maker of automatic valves used in plumbing, heating and cooling systems. The company was founded in 1914 and sold in 1991 to IMI PLC, a British-based manufacturing conglomerate.

The old advertisement on the brick face is (I think) unrelated to the business itself.

For PG101's "Broken" theme
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Bob Cournoyer
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    Looks like a firing very well wide and narrow... :-)
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12/5/2017 2:34:18 PM

Amanda D. Austwick
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I like this B&W, it adds to the broken windows on this old factory.

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12/5/2017 2:43:53 PM

Michele Peterson
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What a great find! Ha, it does look like a firing range, and I like the text on the brick. Lots of interest here!

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12/6/2017 7:26:59 AM

Mitch Spence
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Well, I find myself wondering what it is that's pulled the stone throws mostly to that lower left area. The pano presentation is just right for this great graphic image in black and white.

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12/6/2017 10:01:30 AM

Terry A. Stoa
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Thank you Bob, Amanda, Michele, and Mitch!

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12/7/2017 6:44:12 PM

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