Sunday, August 24, 2014

A Structure Story

In some will see this building on the side of the street and kinda wonder about it's purpose.  It's the central electrical station that was usually put into place during the 1930s/1940s for smaller towns and villages.

You'd have one electrical connection leading into the building, and individual cabling leading out.

There's not a lot of explanation over who ran the community electrical grid.....which might make it kinda interesting to know how you added cables or managed the whole thing.

As for the number of buildings left around today?  Some have been torn down, and some still remain.  This one here?  It's from the Hessenpark, about thirty minutes north of Wiesbaden.

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