This garage was old when I moved to Victoria. It has not changed. It got a new skin somewhere along the way, but it kept its vintage windows. There is a long row of identical ones on the opposite side of the building. The windows are always open during business hours to provide ventilation. The original tin siding rusted and colored the windows long before it was replaced. The texture of the old glass pieces interested me, especially the one clean piece. Everything about the building, including the vehicles parked around it, is decrepit looking. Even the newer aluminum siding is so poorly installed that it looks shabby too. The cars inside being repaired are fairly recent models. There are many such buildings, interspersed among modern buildings, all along the main street through town. There are no zoning codes in the business areas of town allowing even abandoned buildings to stand along the route.