For whatever reason, a two-outlet junction box stands outside the Credit Union:
The slanted conduit certainly looks in need of an elbow to line it up, doesn’t it?
It seems whoever installed it, many years ago, simply forced the conduit to line up, no matter the consequences:
The threaded entries on the die-cast outlet box were never intended to cope with that much misalignment; half the bottom has vanished. I think the round box on the top originally held a floodlight to wash the (uninspired) building facade at night, but those days are long gone.
If the conduit has horizontal underground runs, both are certainly full of water by now. The white(-ish) “Romex” cable insulation looks like ordinary indoor wiring, not the grayish direct-burial sheath, but it may be sun-bleached after years of exposure.
Surely there’s a tripped GFI on that circuit …