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Thursday, April 24, 2014

Cotton Belt Freight Depot: Local Artists Dream Of Adding Giant Mural To Iconic Ruin (Photos)

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click to enlarge DANNY WICENTOWSKI
  • Danny Wicentowski

Once a loading dock for cargo traveling the Cotton Belt rail line that linked Arkansas and Texas, the ground floor today is marked by exploded paintballs, layers of graffiti and broken glass.

DANNY WICENTOWSKI
  • Danny Wicentowski
click to enlarge That pit in the floor probably contained the loading dock's scale. - DANNY WICENTOWSKI
  • Danny Wicentowski
  • That pit in the floor probably contained the loading dock's scale.
click to enlarge DANNY WICENTOWSKI
  • Danny Wicentowski
click to enlarge DANNY WICENTOWSKI
  • Danny Wicentowski

Continue for photos of the Cotton Belt's second floor.

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