Here are the most recently abandoned buildings. These two are different than the rest. These two corner stores are located (both) on prime thoroughfares and are not abandoned due to lack of business. One on the corner of Wildwood avenue and route 219, and the other on a corner on Broad Street (our Main road, the only one stretching from one end of town to the other.) Their owner Locked the doors and ran. Back when he acquired the properties, He basically bullied the previous owner into turning over the properties for pennies on the dollar by stating that with his position in the nation he could cease the business right out from under him. Needless to say he decided to get something out of it as opposed to just loosing it. After the buyout the place went into the shtter IMHO. The store changed dramatically, it was advertised as a native owned tax free store, how ever the prices did not change on food, fuel and cigarettes. A few months ago the places closed their doors. I was not surprised, but rumors began to circle around that they shut down due to constantly being robbed.....Not the case. As it turns out the individual has no position in the nation, never did. When he realized that the tax collectors where on to him he took off. As it stands the Seneca Nation has ceased the properties and federal tax agencies, state tax agencies, Seneca Nation tax agencies and customs officials are after him as well as various police agencies including the Seneca Nation Marshals for other non tax related criminal activity. Rumors are circling around the amount of tax money this person has collected and was ceased from his home but one thing that remains constant is it is in the millions and this is not including the unknown amount he may have taken with him. Broad street location see it bigger see it bigger see it bigger Wildwood location see it bigger see it bigger see it bigger I have elected to put this in gen-gallery because I am working with only leads I have from good sources but will not guarantee the accuracy of the information, but it can be moved if moderator staff wish to do so. Also, I think I am experiencing a shutter malfunction as I lost a few images that where literally way under exposed over only half the image, including but not limited to both fuel islands. Other abandoned structure photos of this set can be found by following these links, As I stated before I will get more of all of these as time and/or legal issues permit. http://thephotoforum.com/forum/showthread.php?t=99892 http://thephotoforum.com/forum/showthread.php?t=95450 *EDIT* I apologize for the sloppy processing, with the white wackground during review I did not see the access white space resulting from missing the mark on trying to keep the entire frame.