This giant icon fashioned of flushboarding and sheet metal sits atop a circular dispensary for cones and shakes—or “cabinets” to native Rhode Islanders. More architecture parlante. Whereas Apex ( PA14) illustrates a concept, here depiction is literal. The Milk Can was moved from a site in Lincoln several miles south which went to new highway construction.
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