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Old Posted Nov 9, 2009, 9:32 AM
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That's completely amazing. I had no idea the Garnier Building had been so altered during its history. Seeing how much of it they removed when the freeway was built, it makes me wonder why they left any of it standing at all. The restorers did a very authentic and convincing job, I must say.

When I was there in July, I saw two old brick buildings on Main Street near the Plaza that were in the process of being restored. One was the Brunswig, but I can't recall the name of the other...

-Scott
Well, I was just in the old Plaza area today, specifically to look at those two buildings you mentioned. They look nearly restored. Yes, one is the Brunswig, and the other one next to it is curiously called the Garnier Block.

I took some pictures:







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