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Urban Decay

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Urban Decay

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Vizcaya in Miami, Florida

Havana, Habana vieja, Cuba

The Art of Jason Kowalski | MASHKULTURE

The Art of Jason Kowalski | MASHKULTURE


abandoned toy factory

Played Out: 10 Cheerless Abandoned Toy Factories
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Johnny Joo: Abandoned Places

Empty Spaces: Photo Book Documents Eerie Urban Ruins

The Stalled Caravan (near Lafayette, LA, 2013) by Anna Beeke - A Photographer's Forest Tale -

A Photographer's Forest Tale

The old Lowell Pool Hall in Bisbee, Arizona hasn’t heard the sound of racking billiard balls of late

Racked: 10 Abandoned Pool, Billiard & Snooker Parlors

Abandoned train car, Chicago

Farwell Building, 1249 Griswold St., Detroit, Michigan: Before and after

Ruins of Detroit: Before & After

Haunting Photos of an Abandoned Stasi Prison | MASHKULTURE

Abandoned Ferris Wheel by City Eyes, via Flickr

Ghost Estates of Ireland: Symbols of an Economic Collapse

Detroit's Decay Revealed Through Google Street View

Detroit's Decay Revealed Through Google Street View | MASHKULTURE

Abandoned old house in Brush Park - Detroit

Art on abandoned grain elevators in Omaha, Nebraska

Abandoned place along railroad tracks in Kansas

Martha Cooper: Playing in an abandoned car. Lower East Side, NYC, Early 80's

the south bronx culture | Martha Cooper - "Art vs. Transit, South Bronx", 1982 - Edition of 9 ...

111 Watson Street, The Faulconer House, Brush Park, Detroit, MI

Ponte Apartment Complex: Decay Inside Africa’s Tallest Apartment Complex

interior of the Detroit train station. Now and then.

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Woodward East Historic District Brush Park Detroit, Michigan, USA The house on the left is known as the John P. Fiske House and the one on the right as the George Ladve House. Photo taken by a camera lofted by a kite (Kite Aerial Photography--KAP).

Abandoned Intervention: Sliding Facade Reveals Decay

This is Detroit. - David Mackenzie High School