Tack Factory - What’s next for historic building?
Date: 11/16/2012 Album ID: 1568724
Photos by Ken Ritchie
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After seeing eye-popping features in the former tack factory on West Second Street, people participating in a workshop Thursday said the site would be suitable for a community theater, office suites, sports center, restaurants and food shops.
Community members toured the old Tower Manufacturing building, also known as the tack factory, on West Second Street on Thursday. (Staff photo by Ken Ritchie)
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Oil stains a wall near a basement archway in the old Tower Manufacturing building. (Staff photo by Ken Ritchie)
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Signs of the building’s former use can still be seen throughout the factory, right down to the brass tacks strewn across the floor on the main level. (Staff photo by Ken Ritchie)
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Kathy Rohlfing walks through a gap between two portions of the old Tower Manufacturing building during a public tour on Thursday. (Staff photo by Ken Ritchie)
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The trees and train tracks along the Heritage Trail can be seen through the jagged edges of a broken window in the old Tower Manufacturing building. (Staff photo by Ken Ritchie)
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