I spent most of last Friday in Winona Minnesota helping a college professor find temporary housing. I love Winona. I went to school there for a year. The downtown area has so many lovely antique buildings. I just had to stop and look up.
This is my favorite of my destruction photos and it concludes my five part series on demolition. These pictures can never be taken again and that is probably OK.
The reason this is taking so long to demolish is because of the way it was built. Built to last.
Destruction can be colorful with all of the bricks and wires. This building was build to last.
Taken in Winona Minnesota. This church is beautiful from any angle. It was built by Polish immigrants in 1871 and completed in 1872.
I often wonder if the buildings that were built in 1985 will still be standing in 2116. I have seen photos of this taken in the 1900’s when the building was still black and white. The building once houses a carriage dealership.