Nestled into the hills over the Yaquina river, one finds this reserved Art Deco concrete cube. I came to know of it’s existence by browsing the Oregon Historical… Read more “Poured-in-place on Hill Street: Toledo City Hall”
The mysterious Nyssa depot was built at a time when UP needed to show they were providing a new frontier for America. Nyssa’s historical significance made it the ideal location for a futuristic depot.
The historic Odem Theater is getting remodeled to its original Art Deco glory. It opens this Spring as the Odem Theater Pub.
A mysterious Streamline Moderne masterpieces rests on the Idaho-Oregon boarder. Essentially no information is available.
A perfect example of Art Deco style sits in downtown Cottage Grove. Originally built as National Guard Armory, the building is now unused and in disrepair. But it will be renovated for community use soon.