Behind the church was an old Redfield fire truck, quietly rusting away in the shade of the nearby trees.
Another landmark in Redfield is the old West James Street Overpass, which carries traffic over the Union Pacific railroad tracks. The wooden bridge was built in 1924 and is on the National Register of Historic Places.
And of course, another iconic landmark in Redfield is the Mammoth Orange Cafe. The orange-shaped burger joint was built in 1966 and was inspired by similar restauraunts in California. If this makes you hungry just remember that it's cash only.
On the way out of town I drove by this grocery store, which looks like it may not be quite abandoned (there might be some sort of junk shop there now, maybe?). I stopped and got a few shots anyways...