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The rolling hall at Ford's River Rouge plant, one of Andrew Moore's photographs of Detroit. More Photos » By MIKE RUBIN Published: August 18, 2011
Former Ford factory Bleak Photos Capture The Fall Of Detroit - Business Insider
ROLLING HALL, FORD MOTOR COMPANY, RIVER ROUGE COMPLEX, DEARBORN, 2008. (ANDREW MOORE)
Andrew Moore, Abandoned Detroit. Detroit: Ford’s River Rouge Complex. The industrial complex took 11 years to construct. Upon its completion in 1923, it was the world’s largest. It is 1.5 miles by 1 mile long, including 93 buildings and 16 million square feet of industrial space' now abandoned
Detroit Disassembled - Rolling hall, Ford Motor Company, River Rouge Complex, Dearborn, MI
For perspective, that's a doorway at the bottom of the iron cage. Part of the crumbling United Artists Theater in Detroit, Michigan. Photo by Andrew Moore.
American Gothic by Andrew Moore, Detroit, MI 2008. Notice the scale. It's so cavernous and so dilapidated. How long did it take to get this way?
Detroit. Prior to the fire in Fall 2012 at Imagination Station
Detroit...urban decay in many American cities. Glad to see many places revitalizing their cities...our own, Birmingham, AL seeing many improvements in last few years.
It's a shame but not only this abandoned in Detroit but they have schools open almost as bad....
"Detroit, one day I will visit!" was the original post. I'm annoyed so many people are excited to gawk at our ruined city.
GANGS are a big problem you dont hear much about but if you take a cruise down any side street of Detroit there presences is obvious with all the TAGED BUILDINGS
I always dreamed of places like this to hang in, while growing up...Theres no shit like this in Denver tho, except Gates Rubber Factory.
Detroit- I have 2 prints of this house one in the 1800s & one in the 1990s before it was torn down to make way for Comerica Park. Crazy to find this picture on Pinterest.
Detroit 4/09 by Detroit Liger, via Flickr
French Chateau Style Colonel Frank Hecker House in Detroit, MI
Renaissance Center, Detroit, MI - though if you're actually from the area, you ALWAYS call it the Ren Cen :)