Friday, June 8, 2012

Warehouse District, Kansas City, Missouri

The area southeast of downtown Kansas City is filled with warehouses, junkyards and other scattered buildings; you might not notice if you're speeding by on one of the city's many parkways.
Every city seems like it has to have this functional part of town, the equivalent of east of Broadway in St. Louis.
The interesting building materials and signs, however, always make these parts of town interesting.
There always seems to be a couple of diners, a few bars and a scattered of other businesses that supply local workers with lunch and after work entertainment.

2 comments:

  1. Tom Maher - KirkwoodJune 8, 2012 at 9:00 AM

    Wow - RAZOR wire around that last building? Any idea on the building's function?

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  2. I need to visit this place. The buildings looks old which adds an interesting texture!

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