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Weird structure inside a house, what is it or what could it be?

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A question found on another board about this structure sitting in the middle of the living room / walkway. Directly above is a bedroom and not much more info from there. What could this be?

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23 mins ago, z-man said:

Maybe something heavy up above like a hot tub. 

It was an idea the were guessing, but without exhaust (mold) and the pole, sorta not making sense.

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47 mins ago, float finish said:

Looks like it was never completed. No cap stone. That's a long span on that girder.

2 lally column' hiding in there

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A place of worship!

  Looks like there was something on the brick at one time, and the lights seem to be within the framework of the structure.

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16 hours ago, cheech said:

A place of worship!

  Looks like there was something on the brick at one time, and the lights seem to be within the framework of the structure.

Stick a Mary in a half shell in there and you're golden

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The door behind it doesn't look real or functional and there is no room to open it  if it was... there is a lighthouse to the ceiling on the table to the right.  

The structure does not appear to support anything it looks too flimsy and there are lights on the ceiling point towards the edge of it...it also looks like the ceiling has a big square patch above it. was this some sort of museum? My guess is that was a circular staircase going upstairs .

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The door behind it doesn't look real or functional and there is no room to open it  if it was.

If the tiles are 1',  it looks like there are 3 of them between the wall and the door.

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