All are important. I've got to go with the Mayport Ferry and the component to our St. Johns River our American Heritage River a Federal Initiative. With the new Public, Private, Partnership all will be saved.
I don't know about that.... The Shotgun Houses are in pretty bad shape currently, and while they might be the least expensive to repair, there are other examples of Shotgun Houses... So I doubt they get saved.
Was surprised Genovar's was not on the list. Here again .. a shell after tons of money, squandered that could well have gone a long ways towards saving it.
Locomotive #1504... That is just plain and simply ridiculous ... At least build a shelter over the thing to keep it from becoming a pile of rust.
The Ferry has probably a better chance than some of the buildings.
I love all of these buildings , including Annie Lytle , but it would be a tough call to prioritize which should be spared first and consecutively to last. As far as building condition , I would think the Haydon Burns Library building would still be in decent condition, structurally speaking.
If Annie Lytle has any advantage , it is that there is very little left in the structure that can be burned. Its interior condition is a moot point because it would have to be gutted to be retrofitted and brought to modern code. It has really thick brick walls . Presumably it would be tough for vandals to compromise those. Guess I should not say anything as the building has been doomed for the last 40 years and more damage done by vandalism , than neglect.
In short I do hope a way is paved to save most , if not all of these places, but it looks pretty bleak.