Here’s another shot of the endangered train depot in Snyder.
Had this been an old book, rather than an old building, that peeled part would be called foxing*. I don’t know what it’s properly called on a building.
*A condition issue affecting old books, prints and ephemera consisting of brown spotting caused by exposure to excessive humidity, extreme temperatures and/or the aging of inks originally used in processing
A couple of years ago, Preservation Texas named this train depot as one of the 100 most endangered buildings in the state. There was a flurry of interest which appears to have died down.
As I took this photo, the north-bound train hurried past.