Abandoned Dairy Freeze in Carl’s Corner, Texas

Back in January I made short road trip Waxahachie, Texas to pick up some parts for my 1982 K5 Blazer from salvage yard that was parting one out. After the trip, I decided to do a little exploring as far south as Hillsboro. Although I didn’t get as much exploring done as I would like, I did visit a few spots that I’ve been wanting to photograph for some time.

Abandoned Dairy Freeze in Carl's Corner, Texas

Abandoned Diary Freeze

One of my stops was the former Carl’s Corner Gas Station, now its a Petro station (just a pit stop before continue my exploration) to check out an abandoned building in the middle of a field.

Just off from the station there is a small trail road (Autumn Trail Rd.) there is an abandoned Dairy Freeze building in a field surrounded by cattle. Not much to it, but I had always wondered what it was, and my research says its an abandoned Dairy Freeze.

Abandoned Diary Freeze Current Status

The abandoned diary freeze is in rough shape, from the looks of it, the windows and doors are in place. Since its behind a fence, I didn’t get up close or try to go inside. As you can see, there’s a large whole in the roof. I am curious about what it looks like inside.

I can not find any official information about it or even if this was the original spot (doesn’t look like).

You can see the building from I-35 towards Waco. Exit the Carl’s Corner exit and take service ramp until you sit. Cut across the grass to the trail. Its just a few hundred feet off the barb wire fence on private property.

If you have any information about this building or know someone who I could contact, I am looking to give a more of detailed history on this old building.  Please contact me.

About the Image

I took this shot by hand with my Sony Nex-3N with the Sony SELP1650 16-50mm Power Zoom Lens, then processed it with Adobe Lightroom to crop, straightened, and remove dust spots from the image. Then I post processed the image with Topaz Labs Clarity to add more texture, remove shadows, boost brightness and contrast.

About James

James spends most of his free time using social media and loves to teach others about design, web development, CSS, SEO, and social media. He is addicted to Wordpress, social media, and technology. You can reach him on his personal website, Evolutionary Designs Blog, Do not forget to follow him on Twitter @element321

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