December 2017 visit. One of the better Holiday displays before the company really began to fade.
March 2018 visit. At this point almost all of the electronics department had disappeared. This whole area was filled with electronics.
The last of the electronics department.
A different view of the rest of what used to be electronics.
The tool department was really beginning to thin out at this point.
The automotive department.
The sporting goods department had some clearance lawn and garden items mixed in.
That gift card advertisement looks pretty old.
The lawn and garden department looks pretty good still. That began changing after Summer passed.
More views from around the store.
Gotta love this old school style sign. It was still here in late 2020 when Spirit Halloween used the building.
This Sears did look very nice when you walked in this entrance at the Men's department.
Of course the mall sign had a letter burnt out.
June 2018 visit. We start this tour on the second floor.
The second floor here had the same departments as at the Baytown Sears. Housewares, Intimates, Kids clothing, and furniture.
Old school style escalator area.
This back area of the second floor was closed off soon after these photos were taken. The clothes racks and furniture were consolidated to shrink the floor space. You will see how this area looked in 2020 in the following update.
Just random things thrown in to take up space.
More to come from this particular Sears location including photos of the store closing sale in January of 2020, and Spirit Halloween photos from later that year in 2020.