Adjacent to the railroad tracks, this row of five warehouses, two and four stories in height, was constructed to store shipments of food in transit. They are of post-and-beam timber construction with tie-rods and exterior brick walls. Two of the warehouses have stepped gables featuring the corbeling typical of Roanoke's turn-of-the-twentieth-century commercial architecture. The buildings have mostly been renovated for office use.
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Wholesale Row, Warehouse District
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