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Book Depository, Detroit, Michigan by Timothy Neesam, via 500px

Book Depository, Detroit, Michigan, photograph by Timothy Neesam. "This is where textbooks were deposited after schools were closed in Detroit. The building was subsequently abandoned.

Few places embody the remnants of the industrial age like Detroit. The city that was once the automotive manufacturing capital of America is...

Michigan Central Train Station,Detroit -built in abandoned in 1988

Abandonded Church, Detroit MI

pictures of detroit abandoned detroit michigan buildings architecture photography. The pews could easily be repurposed.

Abandoned  King Solomon / Temple Baptist Church-6100 14th St Detroit, MI (Built in 1917 as Temple Baptist Church,Later became King Solomon Baptist Church closed it doors 1990)

Abandoned King Solomon / Temple Baptist St Detroit, MI (Built in 1917 as Temple Baptist Church,Later became King Solomon Baptist Church closed it doors

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George Westinghouse High School Library, Chicago, guess I can't complain about having to shelve a few books.

Mark Twain Branch Library - Detroit Abandoned with books left on the shelves.  What a shame.  So many kids would love to have these books, as would adults.

Mark Twain Branch Library - Detroit Abandoned with books left on the shelves. What a shame.

If you are a dreamer, come in,  If you are a dreamer, a wisher, a liar,  A hope-er, a pray-er, a magic bean buyer  If you're a pretender, come sit by my fire  For we have some flax-golden tales to spin.  Come in!Come in!~ Shel Silverstein    Photo by Danielle Hughson

If you are a dreamer, come in, If you are a dreamer, a wisher, a liar, A hope-er, a pray-er, a magic bean buyer If you're a pretender, come sit by my fire For we have some flax-golden tales to spin. Come in!Come in!~ Shel Silverstein Photo by Danielle Hughson

Packard Auto Plant-Detroit. 8 years to construct the 3,500,000 sq ft manufacturing plant, completed in 1911 on 40 acres of land. Most of the factory closed in 1958, with businesses using the property thru the 1990s and dwindling to the final tenant who packed up in 2010. The crumbling behemoth has been a scrapper’s paradise, a home for vagrants, a canvas for artists, and site of a tiger escape. Bought in 2013 for $405,000, demolition and reconstruction efforts have begun.  by Brook Ward

The 13 Most Insane Abandoned Places in Michigan

From the Packard Automotive Plant to the Quincy Mine, these are the craziest abandoned places in Michigan.

Packard Plant, Detroit, MI..It's been sad seeing the old Packard plant in ruins over the years, it's even sadder seeing the grand old place coming down.

It's been sad seeing the old Packard plant in ruins over the years, it's even sadder seeing the grand old place coming down.

Peacock Alley takes its name from its colorful ceiling, also vandalized. Abandoned Lee Plaza, Detroit MI

Detroit abandoned buildings photo essay topics Time Magazine's published a photo essay on the abandoned, rotting, magnificent buildings in Detroit by French photographers Yves Marchand and Romain Meffre.

Here's What Happens When You Abandon A Football Stadium----------Pontiac Silverdome in Detroit where the Detroit Lions played,  abandoned,

Here's What Happens When You Abandon A Football Stadium

Here's What Happens When You Abandon A Football Stadium----------Pontiac Silverdome in Detroit where the Detroit Lions played, abandoned,

abandoned buildings of Ellis Island

Path to a new life: Weeds and holes now mark the sidewalks between the buildings Ellis Island

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