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Windows from the Past in Jerome

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Once a thriving copper mining town, Jerome is now a bustling tourist town. Set high in the Black Hills in Arizona, one of its many taglines is “America’s most vertical city”.  This precarious situation has take its toll on several buildings, some of which have slipped further down the slope! The town is now full of cafes, restaurants, craft stores and art galleries, but there is still the odd delapidated building, one of which is featured above.

Thursday is here again: this is post is part of Week 8 of Thursday Lingering Look at Windows.

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