I found myself wandering up Macklind Avenue north of Manchester Avenue, and there’s a unique group of post-World War II light industrial buildings.
I’d love to know the story behind the two anachronistic doorways that flank the two sides of this first building.
This building obviously dates earlier, probably to the 1930s.
This, of course, is the regional headquarters of White Castle.
This last picture is an outlier, down in the Grove on Manchester, and I got a kick how a major national chain painted their corporate colors on this early Twentieth Century building.