Derelict Buildings In Watertown Upstate New York
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Shuttered and abandoned old buildings in upstate New York near Watertown including a homeless person on the veranda. Part of the economic collapse and decay affecting many former thriving industrial areas in upstate New York as the economy has changed even before the Great Recession. Note the whimsical sign or graffiti on a piece of plywood that says "Look both ways when you cross the road".
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July 18th, 2013
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