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Where highway 35 crosses the Ohio River from West Virginia to Ohio there is a town called Gallipolis. Gallipolis was founded by the French. It has a nice town square that is sided by the river. The river is broad and slow there and the placid view gives one the sense that Gallipolis could be a really nice resort town. It is not difficult to imagine whiling the day away doing nothing.

Perhaps part of what makes it so easy to imagine is because there is nothing to do there. The bridge that crosses the Ohio has been build into a freeway and it seems Gallipolis is another one of those towns that the modern, destination-oriented traveller cannot see beyond the crash-barrier to visit. As a result Gallipolis is sadly lacking of cafe's, coffee shops, and restaurants. But, golly what an nice set of brick buildings around the square! I tell ya, the town has potential.

This picture is not of those lovely piles of brick. If you follow along the railroad tracks, past the feed store and before the Auto-body place, you will find this nicely aged warehouse front.

   
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