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Del Rey, CA town center (0602)

Del Rey, CA town center (0602)
An abandoned building, built in 1919, in what would have been the town center area of Del Rey. A surprisingly large building for a very small town (1600 residents), suggesting a more active, commercial town center in the past. Despite the decline of the town center, Del Rey has apparently become the site of a central processing point for POM Wonderful (trademark, a key processor of pomegranates) in recent years.

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James Ruddy
James Ruddy
Maybe it was a stable. The boarded up shop front windows and doorways might once have been larger stable doorways.
4 years ago.
Don Barrett (aka DBs… has replied to James Ruddy
Never thought of that...
4 years ago.
James Ruddy
James Ruddy
Cars were just coming in around that time and most people still used horses, so I'd bet that's what these were for.
4 years ago.