Abandoned America: Photographer captures haunting images of rusting steel works, crumbling schools and empty factories of a once-great superpower
The images, taken by Matthew Christopher, who lives in Philadelphia, New Jersey, show a variety of empty buildings in various states of decay.
30+ of the most beautiful abandoned places and modern ruins i've ever seen - Blog of Francesco Mugnai
30+ beautiful photos of fantastic abandoned places and modern ruins. From abandoned amusement parks to incredible churches and strange tunnels....
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Charles Sheeler | Criss-Crossed Conveyors, River Rouge Plant, Ford Motor Company | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Artist: Charles Sheeler (American, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 1883–1965 Dobbs Ferry, New York). Date: 1927. Medium: Gelatin silver print. Dimensions: 23.5...
model t plant
An interior view of the home of the world's first assembly line, Henry Ford's Model T Plant (1910) in Highland Park, Michigan. In an effort to clear up some confusion about how i got to photograph this place, I went as part of a film scout for an upcoming feature film project with permission from all the proper authorities. Do NOT attempt to enter or photograph this building without permission, and do NOT use, publish, or blog this photo without express written permission from Ford Motor…
Middlesborough chimneys and factories. For many years in the 19th century Teesside set the world price for iron and steel. | Bill Brandt Archive
Factories and chimneys in Middlesborough 1940s
blast furnace at Ford River Rouge plant
this is a blast furnace at the awesome ford river rouge facility in detroit. i have been working on getting access there for a while and almost had it, but ford's recent six-billion dollar 3rd quarter loss has put them on the defensive and now they're not talking to photographers :( ok, i admit to getting carried away with the whole sepia/grain thing lately.