Larimer School Revisted

Didn’t someone just post about beauty in decay?

I know photographers who go into abandoned buildings and take some striking images. Usually with a friend to spot.

Me? I took these from my car window.

Haunting views of Mayview Mental Hospital come to mind, a documentary video created by a wonderful teacher I had at Manchester Craftsmen’s GuildJill Wiggins.

I returned to Larimer school where my friend Joan used to teach. You might remember the initial post. 

Here is what I saw this time.   Clearly there is something happening on site.  Just now sure what.

Larimer School

Larimer School doors

pile of tires

clearing out junk

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18 thoughts on “Larimer School Revisted

  1. That’s so sad. Unfortunately, there are alot more of these buildings through out the city. Knoxville school is another sad sight. I have lots of memories just living in that area. Don’t understand why the school board doesn’t sell them before they get this bad. Thanks for taking these pictures.

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  2. That is quite a building. Here, it would be destined fro conversion not luxury flats, or to be demolished and the site used for luxury flats.
    It seems we just can’t have enough luxury flats in London.

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  3. Ruth, these photos remind me of old buildings around here that have been refurbished or torn down. My old high school’s main building was demolished but 3 of the out-buildings were kept and rebuilt and are now used for another type of training area. A new high school was built in 1970. Old one had great memories!

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