Mt. Baker Baptist Church and Ernie's Meat Market, 1961, originally uploaded by Seattle Municipal Archives.
Not only is it a `59 Chevy, but it's also a Biscayne! Look around...you are less likely to find a surviving Biscayne these days. The Impalas and other high-end models survived because of their value. Bel Airs survived because they still had some nice options without being hugely expensive like the Impalas. And the Biscaynes? Well they were probably raced and pummeled into oblivion. The fact that I have one in my driveway is a miracle in itself.
This photo is from Seattle WA archives, clearly taken to portray building design. But to me the most important thing in this picture isn't made of brick...it's made of steel!