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It's in Chelmsford, Massachuttets.
For the first one, it's the shack from behind, standing on the
tracks. You can see the hole in the right window, which was boarded up the
previous summer. I've been there at night and I've seen a shape in there, but it
moved out of sight and I got freaked out, but I don't think I told Carter.
There's also a side loading door, and the rear loading dock (which isn't much of
anything, really) has pretty much deteriorated over time, it's some old steel
plate that's all warped and rusted, so I was agile in the one time I tried to
The second picture is from across the tracks, and you can see the little staircase that was originally used for access. There is a little tin or aluminum chimney there, probably for an old wood burning stove, I wouldn't know. As far as I know there's no electricity. I know there's a pole there, but there aren't any signs of actual electricity other than the smashed meter. In this picture, if you look below the closest-to-back boarded up window that's painted over, you can see the huge hole in the foundation.
The last one is the same as above, except about thirty feet to the right and across the street. You can see the door, which is padlocked and I think boarded from the inside. Although you can still open the little mail slot, there's a long shade covering the door and windows. The light above the door is actually fairly new, I think. There is graffiti and spray paint and litter all around the back of this little place, it's kind of sad seeing as it was once a happy place where a happy old man used to make small children happy, but it's gone now. Actually, I think there are a lot of these dotting the railroad crossings around town.
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