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Took these on Wednesday in the early morning hours around downtown New Orleans:

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This building is actually being converted into condo's

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Charity Hosiptal, this building may not be around much longer

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And that's it! Hope you guys liked the pictures.

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Great photos, NCB! I love palm trees, and New Orleans of course :D

PS, That one with the Charity Hospital, will that be knocked down because of damage from the hurricane, or just overall decay over the years?

PPS, the frames look great :thumbsup:

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Great photos, NCB! I love palm trees, and New Orleans of course :D

PS, That one with the Charity Hospital, will that be knocked down because of damage from the hurricane, or just overall decay over the years?

PPS, the frames look great :thumbsup:

Thanks! Charity Hospital may or may not be demolished, but I'm pretty sure the building, which was built in 1939, will never serve as a hospital again due to the extreme damage it took from floodwaters during Katrina. Charity Hospital itself was founded in 1735, and is the second oldest operating hospital in the United States.

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Those are some awesome pictures, I especially like the ones that look at the buildings.

Angus Higgins

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