Excellent article posted at Archaeology and Material Culture. An astounding number of web pages document abandoned materiality, encompassing a broad range of architectural spaces including asylums, bowling alleys, industrial sites, […]
Photo: Detroit Urbex Story
David Byrne’s Journal: 09.23.10: Don’t Forget the Motor City. I’m here in Detroit to participate in a film directed by Paolo Sorrentino (Il Divo). The other day we performed the […]
Fascinating photo essay about a building in Manhattan that has been empty for a decade, with some sections closed off as far back as the 1940’s. NOTICE: Well, folks, it […]
Took this shot around 1982. it was located on the north side of the canal west of the Malt Plant. You can see the crane building condos there a few […]
Have to admit to having a weakness for abandoned amusement parks. There is just something so profoundly surreal about them and the eerie feeling that you have been there! Spreepark […]
Manteno State Hospital was a mental asylum in Manteno, Illinois. It was open from 1930 to 1985. It was a Kirkbride institution. Since it’s closure many people have explored the […]
Or Land For Sale. Former 2M Ressources glass recycling plant land. Not sure who would want to buy that especially if they know that they will be surrounded by a […]
From Wikipedia: Richard Buckminster “Bucky” Fuller (July 12, 1895 – July 1, 1983) was an American architect, author, designer, futurist, inventor, poet and visionary. He was the second president of […]
I know someone who says that she checks the Transport Quebec web cams to see if there is a train on the back track at Turcot. Excellent idea. And you […]
How did it get there? A blog about Abandoned Couches. The inevitable Flickr abandoned couches pool. Blue-Star abandoned couch gallery. Couch Potatoes.
Speaking of fog, this is one of my all time favorite photographs. It can be found on this page along with a bunch of other nice shots. Here are some […]
Impressive site in lower Manhattan that is to be redeveloped. The Friends of The High Line have started a blog to trace the process. The High Line is an abandoned […]
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