True story or another of your jokes?Night Train wrote:Cousin,
The film was 120.
To the best of my recollection the color was either barn red or brown. The building was thrown together to sell gasoline. They pulled a long hose out the front door to fill the boats. I think someone lived on the second floor but I never made it inside the building. About 1955 it was "remodeled" into a single story structure and the gas pumps moved out onto a new, larger pier.
The structure behind and to the left is attached and was a tool shop for the boat yard.
To the far left there's now a seafood restaurant and large pier. I once was eating dinner there and Mikhail Gorbachev (the exhead of Russia) arrived with body guards. We were all searched for weapons.
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