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Any guesses on where this is? How about what it is?
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Arch street tavern building
Not there. Guess again.
Old fire house that’s now a soup kitchen over by crec.
No, but you are generally in the right area of town.
That law office over by crec?
No. Just no.
Obviously, it *was* Sea World temporarily.
Is this on Capewell?
No, but you are getting warmer.
Charter Oak Cultural Center?
I see why you’re guessing that, but no.
I know that Heather knows this. Where is she?
Is it part of the Colt complex? I’m just going to keep guessing.
Keep guessing. You were closer with the COCC thought.
Not Betances. I think there are two or three buildings left on the street that haven’t been guessed yet.
The building at the corner of Wethersfield and Wyllys? Think it’s all office space now.
No, you’re moving away from the flood zone
Three little pigs’ retirement home. (u know, houses made of straw and sticks get washed away in a flood)
Good one. Maybe it was called the Hog River because of the stupider pigs that didn’t learn.
I just want to “like” your 3 Little Pigs/Hog River comment. Hilarious. Don’t have a guess though.
The building across the street from SS. Cyril and Methodius church.
Snort. Got to credit my three year old guru/life coach Xavier for the pig guess.
Does the high water mark say 1986? Then the building has to be unprotected by city dike system. Are we getting warm or are we all wet?
The former Atlantic Screw Works building on Charter Oak Avenue is next to the deteriorating former Capewell factory.
I think by “Atlantic screw”, joe was just telling you off for picking a place that was too difficult.
It sounded more like sexual harassment than a scolding.
How is this too difficult? The building is actually used for something now and the sign is above an entrance. That seems easier than a boarded up building or something on a side street. AND if you went out and about to the open studios this past weekend, you may have walked right by it.
It says Atlantic Screw Works right on it in big letters. Not too difficult! The building is renovated but they managed to preserve a lot of the old façade.
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