This staircase is possibly the most outstanding feature of this particular building. So I will focus on it and use pics from 3 of use. As you enter the back room this catches your eye.
I went straight for it but when I got close there was a 2 or 3 steps to this small landing and as you can see it was inhabited by a hole. I wasn't sure what shape the rest would be in so I didn't go any further.
Courtesy of Juanita Ruffner
However, Donna Anderson was younger and more flexible then me so she went on up .Courtesy of Donna Anderson
She named this the stairway to nothing for as you can see it was closed off. Based on the 2x4's used to reinforce the floor above it is safe to assume either some ir all of the roof has come down onto the floor of the second story .Courtesy of Donna Anderson
I can't believe I missed so many things in this building. That is totally out of character for me. I am glad Juanits saw these things. Courtesy of Juanita Ruffner
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