"The Milk Jug" by RI photographer, Adam Kohut Photography - Urban Decay
On a recent drive by, I noticed there seems to be something going on with this piece of Rhode Island history. The weeds have been cleared and some recent graffiti has been painted over on the side. The paint seems to mean they're not going to take it down thankfully. Can't wait to see what happens!
This was an ice cream stand built in 1929. It started out in Lincoln RI and was later moved to it's current spot on Rt. 146 North, North Smithfield. It closed in 1968 and never reopened, apparently due to plumbing issues.
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