It was love at first sight for me. Ric Geyer has bought it and he's going to do all those things we'd want him to do. Lucky us!
I first saw it during last year's Living Walls. It was like stumbling onto a forgotten temple in the forest. I showed Kelly Jordan a picture, he thought circa 1880.
I don't have words for 787 or for the whole railroad shop complex. Maybe I can tease you down there with a few pictures. It's pretty close to Turner Field. The map is at the bottom of this post, go see.
787 Windsor is a tiny part of the railroad shops that divide Mechanicsville from Pittsburgh, the shops that gave both neighborhoods their names.
The south end of the shops is the location for The Walking Dead's Terminus.
Between Terminus at the south end and 787 at the north end are these stunning railroad shops.
Back to 787 Windsor.
Here's Ric Geyer (rhymes with "flyer").
Go see before the crowds get there.
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