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Ruins of Detroit (32 pics)

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  • 10 Feb, 2011  |
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William Livingstone House

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Michigan Central Station


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Woodward Avenue


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Atrium, Farwell Building


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18th floor dentist cabinet, David Broderick Tower


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Bagley-Clifford Office of the National Bank of Detroit




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David Whitney Building


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United Artists Theater


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Fort Shelby Hotel


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Ballroom, American Hotel


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Melted clock, Cass Technical High School


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Donovan Building


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Old First Unitarian Church


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Piano, Saint Albertus School


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Luben Apartments


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Woodward Avenue Presbyterian Church, built in the Gothic revival style in 1911


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Rich-Dex Apartments


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Classroom, St Margaret Mary School


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Biology classroom, Wilbur Wright High School


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St Christopher House, ex-Public Library


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Fisher Body 21 Plant


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Room 1504, Lee Plaza Hotel


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DetroitŐs Vanity Ballroom with its unsalvaged art deco chandeliers. Duke Ellington and Tommy Dorsey once played here.


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Packard Motors Plant


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Waiting hall, Michigan Central Station


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East Methodist Church


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East Side Public Library


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Offices, Highland Park Police Station


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Biology classroom at George W Ferris School in the Detroit suburb of Highland Park


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The ballroom of the 15-floor art-deco Lee Plaza Hotel, an apartment building with hotel services built in 1929 and derelict since the early 1990s


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Michigan Theatre


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Packard Motors Plant


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№1 Author: spoiltballs (10 Feb 2011 02:07) Total user comments: 11


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repost?
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№2 Author: NooFoo (10 Feb 2011 02:27) Total user comments: 799


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if i lived there, i'd go salvage as much as i could. some of that old wood from the early 1900's is very valuable today. so much money to be made recycling all the metals and precious materials.
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№3 Author: Last (10 Feb 2011 02:39) Total user comments: 98


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Amazing!
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№4 Author: Benji (10 Feb 2011 02:52) Total user comments: 12


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So keep telling us how you're the best country in the world....?
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№5 Author: jajael (10 Feb 2011 02:57) Total user comments: 166


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why is everything like that? looks like it was simply left behind...
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№6 Author: Dust (10 Feb 2011 03:13) Total user comments: 235


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Looks like an aftermath... Oh wait, I've already said that!
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№7 Author: Jimmy Johnson (10 Feb 2011 03:19) Total user comments: 5518


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All good things must come to an end, but shit... Shit lasts forever.
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№8 Author: adzhoe (10 Feb 2011 03:54) Total user comments: 14939


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NooFoo, you're right.
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№9 Author: HarryPudding (10 Feb 2011 07:12) Total user comments: 984


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cool stuff 04
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№10 Author: elunicotomas (10 Feb 2011 13:32) Total user comments: 1680


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№11 Author: joffenbaker (10 Feb 2011 13:40) Total user comments: 4950


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Seen this post before, but Wht don't they raze these places and start over?
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№12 Author: salsapopo (10 Feb 2011 13:58) Total user comments: 12722


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looks like a storm walk thought
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№13 Author: Pilgrim (10 Feb 2011 18:04) Total user comments: 2288


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Repost..
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№14 Author: Lu (10 Feb 2011 20:12) Total user comments: 14816


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Interesting.
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№15 Author: DocMcCoy (11 Feb 2011 01:33) Total user comments: 6039


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Repeat. I was wondering why Amtrak didn't stop there, now I know. Sad.
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№16 Author: GhostChronos (11 Feb 2011 01:40) Total user comments: 2100


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again? hmm
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№17 Author: 2fuzzy (11 Feb 2011 16:42) Total user comments: 10400


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Repeat post. Every city has vacant buildings... move on.
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№18 Author: Ty Webb (14 Feb 2011 03:06) Total user comments: 6156


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jajael,
detroit was at one time the center of the car industry. Beleive it or not....Americans out produced any other car company in the world. Detroit was a place that by just saying the name of the city gave you a warm fuzzy feeling inside. Then the Japanese, europeans and at last the Koreans came.....they all ate cake and then POOF michael moore starts filming police evicting people from their homes and the town fell apart. Not even their football team knows how to win. There must have been something in that cake damnit!!!

Same thing happened to Bethlehem steel and Mack trucks. Doh!
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№19 Author: raymond.wendt (14 Feb 2011 04:27) Total user comments: 9111


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there are lots of towns like this. we need to clean up and revive! Keep it ALIVE!
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№20 Author: runMX (19 Jul 2013 02:08) Total user comments: 0


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modern ruins ..... I can imagine future generations looking back at these ruins just as we look back at ancient civilizations and trying to picture how they lived. I always wondered if this would happen to our cities, I just didn't expect it so soon....
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