An afternoon’s outing to the nearby small towns of Warren and Lowell provided a lovely park to enjoy our picnic lunch (Warren), with a stop in Lowell, where there seems to be a plethora of vintage vehicles and aged-in-place buildings.
The building on the right above housed the local Greyhound Bus Station and a mechanic’s garage (out of the picture), plus the gas pumps and interior of the gas station building. You can get your “flats fixed”, “full service”, or “valve jobs”, as well as a full tank of gas – all right there on Main Street.
The building on the left may have been some sort of grocery store, the then-equivalent of the popular gas station and convenience store combination that we have now.
And, yes, that IS the angle of the street. It is on the outskirts of Bisbee, a town well known for its ups and downs.
There is never a shortage of things to photograph in Bisbee, but the side trip to these historic districts was very enjoyable.