My hometown of Binghamton, New York and its surrounding towns and cities like Endicott and Johnson City, were well known for IBM and Endicott Johnson and other well known businessess. It was certainly dubbed the "manufacturing sector" for a reason. Well, this is an old warehouse in Binghamton, last of the few many warehouses that are still standing, most have been tore down, labeled as blight, and have had the land rebuilt on, or made into parking lots. I was a kid in the late 70's and early eighties, even worked at many of these warehouses, so I know what it is like to be replaced by robotics, more than once, too. What seems like blight on the surface, may actually be a scar to an older citizen.