Ohio - Oak Harbor
All photos were taken heading west on State Route 163/Water Street. All buildings likely date to the 1880s, and I took these shortly after sunrise on a hazy morning so the lighting isn't the best.
Before getting into town, this tower is east of Finke Rd. It's probably just a grain silo, but with this architecture, maybe I should call it a grain castle.
The north side of the road between Locust Street (State Route 19) and Church Street, the main block of downtown. The 1882 date is cleverly woven into the cornice in the 3rd closeup (left).
The second building is Vogel's Hall.
From Church Street on to the next building, dating to 1885.
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