Daily Archives: August 27, 2007

Texas & Southwest Train Website

© Wes Carr

Tracing the T&P through North Texas
Text and photos by Wes Carr (WhiskeyTexas)

Finnish Stovewood Barn – Upper Peninsula, Michigan

© Bob Kisken

© Bob Kisken
© Bob Kisken

“This stovewood chicken-coop was built in the UP by a Finn in the 1930s.” Bob Kisken

Loew’s Kings Theatre – Newly Unobscured

© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump
© Frank H. Jump

There is usually a building (which I’ve always wanted to get on the roof) adjacent to this old movie house, but apparently they are building something new since there is an empty lot for sale there now.

Boston Biscuit – Italian North End

© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump
© Frank H. Jump

The first shot was taken from atop the “Scotch & Sirloin” building. The second was taken over from North Station near Canal. There is a series of shots taken from up here I will post subsequently.

Fake ID

© Frank H. Jump

I thought this would get me into the clubs in 1974 when I was fourteen. I had bought it on 42nd Street and thought I was so slick. Recently my Dad gave this back to me since confiscating it 33 years ago. Thanks Dad.

Chamber Street Mannikins

© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump
© Frank H. Jump

Thank you Lonely Pictures and Exquisitely Bored in Nacogdoches (Chris Adams) for reminding me of these images.

mannikin – Etymology: Dutch mannekijn little man, from Middle Dutch, diminutive of man; akin to Old English man
1 : MANNEQUIN

Boston Wig Mannikins

© Frank H. Jump
© Frank H. Jump

Off Boston Commons (Tremont & Temple). A very unfriendly Asian storekeeper will chase you away if you take pictures there.

MANNEQUIN HISTORY