Joe Taranto Seafood Company
Virtually explore the Joe Taranto Seafood Company building in Apalachicola, Florida with the 360-degree virtual tour below. There are nine 360-degree panoramic images in the virtual tour so make sure you look around all nine images. Do you like urban exploring? Here is a map with tons of GPS locations for you to get out and explore.
Here is an 8K 360Vr video of the abandoned Florida property
About the property.
Built in 1930, this 6,454 square foot building was originally opened by Joe Taranto and later taken over by son Anthony. The Joe Taranto Seafood Company has been closed since the mid-90s and the building has since survived heavy storms and even one of the most destructive hurricanes in Florida history, Hurricane Michael in 2018.
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