Wednesday, September 29, 2010

New Orleans Nine

At 601 St. Maurice St, this abandoned church is in danger of looting and neglect.  The First image is the facade of the church.  The second image is of the fencing along the sides of the church.  This fencing is rusting and starting to deteriorate.  The third image shows that the copper gutters were looted after katrina, and sold for scrap metal.

This is Felicity Street Church.  This church has been for sale for a few years now and is in dire need of some TLC.  Although a very beautiful building, much repair needs to be done.  The walls on the exterior are deteriorating.  There are all sorts of weeds and plants growing out of the sides of the building.  The building is for sale, but no one really seems interested in buying this building.

This is General Laundry.  This beautiful building is in danger of neglect.  The building is currently being used as a warehouse for storage and construction.  The facade of the building needs much attention.  Its colorful face and beautiful textured windows are cracking and breaking and falling apart.  A lot of work needs to be done to repair the tile work and all the windows.

These tennis courts are located near audubon park.  The hospital in the background is looking to expand into these tennis courts.

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