“My idea was to achieve a sculptural, dynamic form that can be seen from the land, from the sea and from the air,” says Fredrik Pettersson. “The silhouette changes as […]
Here are some updates for those of you curious about New York City’s beloved restored elevated train line, The High Line. Newsletter here. And here is a recent shot of […]
Some shots by Jacob Larsen. This building and the housing along the north side of Cazelais will be demolished under the current Turcot re-do plan. Almost ironically, there is no […]
Article in today’s Gazette says that the workon Dorval Circle will go until 2013. The print version also mentions that this project will “allow” for a high speed train from […]
And it cost 12 million bucks according to this article blogged by Kate over at Montreal City Weblog. The building of a new interchange at Turcot will take at least […]
From CJAD. Wed, 2008-09-10 12:59. Tim Parent Transport Quebec says the dislodging of a 3-foot-long piece of concrete, that fell from the Turcot Interchange Tuesday afternoon, will have no last […]
Latest rendition for Griffintown over at Save Griffintown. Well, if your central nervous system has been technofied, this may look pretty cool. Sad to see Montreal’s uniqueness being transformed into […]
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Ok, it’s not urban, but, whooo! this is awesome! As posted by Orbitbrown on YouTube. El Caminito del Rey (English: The King’s pathway) is a walkway, now fallen into disrepair, […]
In the current edition of Polar Inertia there is an excellent series of abandoned swimming pools by Gigi Cifali. “In the Thirties London’s outdoor lidos were at the peak of […]
Continuing the journey with Avrom Shtern and Andrew Dawson. Here is a map of this leg. We started at Sources and went east. As far as I know the La […]
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 […]
Some images from this urban explorer. And here is Ratsters’ photo page.