Wednesday, May 13, 2009

The Ramble Inn













12 comments:

Earl Tesch said...

I get the feeling that somewhere in Cleveland there is a group of three or four retired foundry workers wondering where they're going to get stumbling drunk from now on.

B.E. Earl said...

Reminds me of a greasy spoon I once went to in Toledo. Betcha there are lots of cool chotchkies (sp?) in there for the taking.

Whitenoise said...

Ramble on Ramble Inn...

Anonymous said...

Damn! Maybe that's where I lost my wallet about 1983.

RJ

glittergirl said...

those pics are really interesting. i love exploring old, abandoned buildings.

these pics remind me of the work william eggleston did in his later years.

In the Key said...

Let's buy it for chris'sakes. Make it a hotbed for whatever strikes our fancy. Monday night liberal burgers, Tuesday night reactionary vegan concoction, Wednesday night skewers (any name you want). Voter registration required.

Kirk Jusko said...

I see trees across the street. Is this suburban Cleveland?

dogsdontpurr said...

I loves me some great abandoned building photos!

A few years ago, I did a Route 66 tour and stopped at almost every abandoned building along the way. It was fabulous!

Erin O'Brien said...

Hi everyone.

Kirk, that's Broadview Road, right across from Piper's III.

Kirk Jusko said...

Really? Wow! I've driven that way thousands of times and never noticed the Rambler Inn. Maybe that was the point.

HeyJoe said...

"Dangerous condition?" Hell, nothing a fresh coat of paint won't fix.

MilesB said...

Broadview Road? No shit. I never would've guessed. Thanks for the insight. I'm always on the lookout for these gems.