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A suitably dream-like photo, given that this real estate is probably buried now under highway. I'm not exactly sure of that. I might be a little turned around. But the image has that quality that I often see in dream images of holding a 35mm slide up to insufficient light. Anyway, does that sign say "Ballantine Ales"? R-E-S-P-I-T-E.

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