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That’s the one!
We did a ride in Long Beach a few years ago, and I just had a feeling that they’d tear that building down any day now, so I thought I’d just head up there to see if I could get a picture of it while it still existed.
It’s a tough shot to get, so the only way I could do it, was laying down on the ground from the gas station across the street.
It’s a good thing that station is there, otherwise, I don’t think you could get a far enough vantage point to get that shot.
I always wanted to photo shop out the overhead wires, but I just left it as it was on that particular day.
The building has been privately sold, and I think the Sears signage has been removed now, so I’m glad I got up there when I did.