Driving through South Whitley, Indiana, a small town of 1,750 people, features some classic farming-related buildings. The small town is a Midwestern tradition of red brick buildings and tree-lined streets. It also has numerous old framing-related buildings.
Town of South Whitley
This image is of a 50s-style old grain or flour commercial business operation on an overcast day. The old commercial building has aluminum siding and storage silos on each side of the building. The tin steel roof is rusted.
© Dan Kosmayer, 2007