Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Wordless Wednesday

Wordless Wednesday is a place to show off  your photos that speak for themselves - photos that need no words. However, if you need a few words to "set the scene", feel free! The link will go live at 12:01am Eastern Time on Wednesdays. Please use one of the buttons on the sidebar, and be sure your blog has posted before linking up!

  1. There aren’t many rules for this blog – mostly the usual ones: Every Wednesday, post a photo that speaks for itself (and you are the one to make that judgment!).
  2. Post only photos that you have authority to use.
  3. Include a link to this blog in your post - http://wordlesswednesdayagain.blogspot.com.
  4. Leave the link to your Wordless Wednesday post below on Mr. Linky.
  5. Visit other blogs that are posted, being sure to leave a comment.
  6. Enjoy!
Found at Little River RR Museum, Townsend, TN

16 comments:

Carletta said...

The movies in 1925 weren't like today's so I think they were probably utilizing the building pretty well.
Early community planning!

pattisjarrett said...

Akin to one-stop shopping!

Faye said...

The first multi-purpose building design?

Sorry I haven't been commenting on favorite blogs lately. Still not feeling 100% since Russia. Getting better though.

Nancy Claeys said...

One stop shop. The Walmart of its day. :)

Beth Edwards said...

wow, oddly enough ... the english needs help. ha. ha!!

we could really take a note from this ... why do we need so many buildings. it makes sense. (:

Terri Buster said...

A long time ago churches were also used as schools and community buildings..but the movie house is sure different!

HOOTIN ANNI said...

So, I'm curious....which 'house' is represented by each? Education could be school AND church...salvation...that's obvious of course, Damnation could be all three if you really look at it from all perspectives. Just my opinion.

TexWisGirl said...

'one building done it all' funny. :)

Louis la Vache said...

HAHAHAHAHA!!!
«Louis» likes it!


Wordless in foggy Frisco

Annmarie Pipa said...

wow. the sign says it all too!

Jan n Jer said...

Love it..good use of one building!!

NatureFootstep said...

something like second hand. :)

Pix at Under the Oaks said...

Patti cracked me up with her comment up there! Third kind of use is not the charm!

Betty Manousos said...

love it!
the sign says it all too!
such an interesting posting.

have a great day.

Rita said...

Sorry, I posted the wrong link the first time. The second entry is the correct one.

Linda, interesting sign.

Mama Zen said...

What a cool sign!