Abandoned Tulsa is a view of Tulsa, Oklahoma from the perspective of the city's abandoned and obsolete buildings.
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posted by Z at 11:12 PM
The site looks GREAT! I'm an amateur photographer with similar interests. I wish you much success with your site! :)
Amazing. Seeing that building lit up really gives it a new perspective for me. Seeing the way the diamond pattern creates shadows, etc....Really cool site. Keep up the good work!
Great blog. I thought that I was the only one who has been trying to photodocument the dying and abandoned structures in and around Tulsa. I took lots of pics of this building 2 years ago, but had no idea who or what used to be housed there. Thanks for the history of this building and for the great pics of the way it once was.Sad to read that the Rose Bowl closed. I just took pics of it a year or so ago when it was still alive (albeit, hanging by a thread).
I remember going to this building dozens of times with my mom, who, being very old-school, insisted on paying her phone bill in person. I remember a clerks' counter, like at at bank, but I always had crazy visions of some massive phone switching system being housed in upper floors - after all, it was the phone company!
weird that the building had no windows! it has certainly deteriorated from even twenty years ago.
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