This is not a picture of Hawaii's first sugar mill. The first one was in Koloa town proper and is a ruin.
Old Union Pacific Railroad Station. I left and returned on the train from here to Omaha 12 times as a teenager. I was sent to a boarding school in Atchison, Kansas.
The convent where the nuns lived is to the right. They were the Sister's of Loretto from Denver Colorado. Huge black and white starched habits they wore..... I still shake...but good educations.
First Floor was the Post Office during the 1940's '50's and '60's...I don't know when it became City Hall.
Old Wyoming State Penitentiary. Now called "Frontier Prison" a museum. Corner Stone laid in 1888. Due to funding and Wyoming notorious weather(fricking cold)it didn't open for until 1901. It closed in 1981.
Lots of teenage necking went on in the necking section!!! LOL
Great Picture¡ remind me of Alan Parson song "the eye on the sky"
Very impressive photograph and galery , very nice photo. YsL I added your gallery to my favorites. Friendly greetings from Serbia-Belgrade. Mijodrag