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The End of the Army-Surplus Store


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This is a famous one that’s soon to go the way of the dodo.
The owner over the years has acquired the whole block as shops went out of business and now he’s sold up to a developer.
It’s getting raised and hipster shops and apartments built on the site.
Ah Silverlake
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Owen,,

 

I remember that movie.. "Falling Down".... And in the post above "Location # 14,, The gentleman walking past the store with the gym bag reminded me of Michael Douglas 

 

Leigh 

"Pain is only Weakness Leaving the Body"

MSG Leigh E Smith Jr
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I'm still mourning the loss of The Mountain View Surplus store in Campbell that closed 2 or 3 years ago. A couple f shots of my last day shopping there.  There are 2 more stores left around here but they are Army navy surplus mostly in name only.  

 

Mikie

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