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One time when I really wanted to go inside an abandoned Eckerd, I went to the back of the shopping center on foot looking for the right door. The handle was missing. There was a sticker about their security system. Then I went around to the front. There was a wide space between the doors and I was tempted to hold down the lock.
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- Andrew T.
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I've noticed a number of good abandoned Eckerd pictures on Flickr. Here are a few:
"The pale pastels which have been featured in most food stores during the past 20 years are no longer in tune with the mood of the 1970s."
You are in the club with dead/vacant/empty retail stores! They have always intrigued me as well!Pastorofmuppets84 wrote:Does anyone have any pictures of the interior of closed down Eckerd stores?
I used to work for them and have always been curious what the inside looks like empty.
I've always had this weird obsession with dead retail stores. Not really sure why.
You probably are aware of the book, yet just in case, I have the book ECKERD Finding the Right Prescription.
Possibly you'd like to find/read.