Description The former feed and grain mill, grain elevators, and similar industrial structures were once a busy work terminal in the village of Woodridge, New York, USA.The earliest structures on the two-acre site date back to the first half of the 20th century, but their wooden frames have mostly been overshadowed by the 100-foot-tall concrete building and four 5-story silos that greet the passersby. That expansion happened in 1955 right next to the O&W Railway tracks that would disappear just two years later; nevertheless, the mill operated for 35 more years processing and supplying grain to various businesses and individuals.Inter-County Farmers Cooperative Association has been the sole owner for the mill's entire existence. A fire a few years back destroyed the other side of the building leaving it to stand idly and in decay over the years.Photographed in Woodridge, New York, USA.Composed in Photoshop with layers, filters, adjustments, and textures. 2 original textures, 2 textures by Texturetime of Flickr.
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