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  • Jessica Duerr

    detroit photos urban decay | the ruined spanish gothic interior of the united artists theater

  • Cathy Fox

    Theatre in Detroit, it saddens me to see this once beautiful building in ruins. Growing up a few miles outside of Detroit, I feel a certain fondness for all things historical in the area.

  • A Shalbert

    Amazing forgotten United Artists Theater-no more tragic than other deteriorated un-recycled buildings abandoned in the city of Detroit-one of the greatest failures of capitalism on display to the world. See the beauty of the ruins of Detroit and other abandoned buildings: http://www.core77.com/blog/photography/strong_images_comprehensively_depict_the_ruins_of_detroit_22372.asp - http://detroitnewsarchivist.tumblr.com & http://www.thecoolist.com/abandoned-places-10-creepy-beautiful-modern-ruins/

  • Virginia Harness

    United Artist's Theater - Detroit. The haunting beauty of modern American ruins.

  • Ngaio Hughey-Cockerell

    Detroit Abandoned Places 10 Creepy, Beautiful Modern Ruins | Pindolla

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