Family life frozen in time: Eerie images of the abandoned farm houses where even the beds are still made
Photo of a bedroom "From Inside An Abandoned Farmhouse" by photographer Niki Feijen. The home's rooms are still furnished with the former occupant's belongings. In a caption on one of the photos, Feijen writes: "The farm houses about 60,000 dead flies and an incredible foul smell coming from the two freezers downstairs."
ABANDONED INSTITUTIONAL ARCHITECTURE - St. Agnes Church Detroit - Abandoned in 2006 due to financial troubles, Detroit’s St. Agnes church remained in fairly good condition for three years, though it had been stripped to its bare bones. Even once all of the organ pipes, chandeliers and stained glass windows were gone, the church displayed much of its old grandeur.
The Presence of Absence: Detroit's haunting architectural relics
Main Lobby, Michigan Central Station, Detroit. Designed by firms Warren & Wetmore and Reed & Stern, who also designed New York's Grand Central Station, and completed in 1913, the building was abandoned in 1988