A nice, simple early 20th century building on a busy commercial corridor with some subtle Art Deco details
A non-descript downtown commercial building probably faced with enamel and steel details in the 1950s. Razed in 2005 for a condomuium tower that was never built.
This fine example of roadside architecture is slowly decaying along Route 146 in North Smithfield
One of the most profitable race tracks in American history had a 44 year run
A 60-year history slinging good, hearty diner food evaporated into a cyclone of legal battles. The diner itself is still unrestored.
A narrow 3-story building built as infill when rail lines were removed in the Provisions Warehouse District. Most recently a set of nightclubs.
A present-day example of early car service culture — white enamelled panels with bright green and red accents and an utilitarian design
A mini-arcade type of commercial building in a once bustling retail district turned small business and destination retail space