Monday, September 7, 2009

Maritime and Seafood Museum

Taken the day before the Fourth Anniversary of Hurricane Katrina in Biloxi, Mississippi. I told my husband to visit this area because I saw this everday on the bridge as we pass by. I took these pictures , not a good sight though because it reminded me how the storm totally damaged the museum here.
I had nobody to ask about this display. Just read through the signage above though.
This will be transferred probably to the new Museum few miles away from here. What remains in the old museum is the flooring and nothing else.
Here is the part of the museum property. Walking distance is the sea water already. Remember that on that hurricane, the bridge collapsed too. The museum is just one of the many buildings totally washed out.
Part of the display of the museum, just left here for viewing purposes.
Part of the building that was washed out and this will be its home.
The sight after four years and it will remain as part of the history of the city of Biloxi, Mississippi.

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