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Saint Michael’s Cemetery – Trip 3

By dave | January 23, 2017
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Saint Michael’s Cemetery – Trips 1 & 2

By dave | January 23, 2017
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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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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.  Minimal 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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Packard Plant – Trip 1

By dave | August 25, 2008

The Packard Plant.  A Detroit legend.  An Albert Khan masterpiece.  The building that all of the news stories featured as emblematic of Detroit’s economic downfall. The Pack was also a legendary exploring destination.  It was a 3.5 million square foot lawless demilitarized zone in the middle of one of Detroit’s less savory neighborhoods.  I remember…

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The Rudolph Wurlitzer Company

By dave | June 16, 2008
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Bethlehem Steel – Trip 2

By dave | March 28, 2008
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Bethlehem Steel – Trip 1

By dave | February 8, 2008
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