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Bethlehem Steel – Trip 3

By dave | March 29, 2009
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Metropolitan Building

By dave | March 23, 2009

Built in 1924, the Metropolitan was an ornate downtown Detroit office building.

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Continental Engine Plant

By dave | March 22, 2009
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Eastern Market FIRE – March 2009

By dave | March 21, 2009

One thing about visiting Detroit during my run of going there regularly was that there was usually some type of fire while I was there. The Detroit Fire Department had an absolutely impossible job trying to keep the thousands of abandoned buildings from burning. On Devil’s Night (the night before Halloween) it became a tradition…

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Fisher Body 21 – March 2009

By dave | March 21, 2009
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Packard Plant at Night – Trip 2

By dave | February 26, 2009

After my first trip to Detroit, it did not take long for me to return and the Packard plant was an inevitable stop on the tour. During my first trip, I had discovered the joy of roaming the plant at night in a small group. ┬áMinimal use of flashlights allowed us to sneak up on…

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Lee Plaza

By dave | February 6, 2009

Lee Plaza is an impressive art deco apartment building on West Grand Boulevard in Detroit. The building ceased housing people in the 90’s and has been torn apart by scrappers since closing. Our trip to Lee was a blast. Tossing my friend Gingerella into a window while conversing with passers by was not typically how…

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Boblo Island Detroit Dock

By dave | January 21, 2009
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Michigan Central Station –

By dave | December 25, 2008

With construction finishing in 1913, this imposing train terminal was designed by one of the early 20th century’s most significant architecture firms, Warren and Wetmore, in partnership with another prominent firm of the time, Reed and Stem. This partnership is also responsible for the design of one of the most significant train terminals in the…

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Norwich State Hospital on Film

By dave | December 8, 2008

Another set from Nahhhhwich, this one on Fuji Pro 160S. These were shot on one of the Canon A1s I was shooting with to try and lighten the load. These are probably the majority of my favorite shots from here, and I believe this was my last trip.

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