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Yves Marchand & Romain Meffre Photography - The Ruins of Detroit - Ballroom, Lee Plaza Hotel. It's mind-boggling to me that they just up and left things like a grand piano.

Southern elegance lays in ruins.

Walker Evans: Abandoned Ante-Bellum Plantation House, Vicksburg, Mississippi, 1936 (San Francisco Museum of Modern Art).- look like the Texas chainsaw massacre house!

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Dishfunctional Designs: Vintage Library Card Catalogs Transformed Into Awesome Furniture. I would make great use of these in a craft room!

A very old French home.

abandoned house in France - I would love to know the stories behind it. Why does someone just leave a beautiful place to ruins? Urban by ~grigjr Photography / Architecture / Interior ~grigjr Some of my urban exploration shot. More on [link]

Abandoned North Wales Hospital...

I think this Abandoned Asylum symbolises the story. It shows how Blanche is crazy and confused about her life. This relates to the story by describing how this asylum symbolises Blanche. Also Blanche does go to a insane asylum at the end of the story.


In a beautiful palace was built as a home for Polish royalty. But only a few decades later, it was converted into an agricultural school after WWII.

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The rolling hall at Ford's River Rouge plant, one of Andrew Moore's photographs of Detroit. More Photos

Jörn Vanhöfen, Carabanchel Prison, Madrid, 2009

Available for sale from Robert Mann Gallery, Jörn Vanhöfen, Carabanchel Madrid 108 Chromogenic color print mounted to dibond, 48 × 58 in

The Lier Psychiatric Hospital in Norway was built in 1926 and abandoned in 1986.  Both haunting and eerily beautiful.

The Lier Psychiatric Hospital in Norway was built in 1926 and abandoned in Both haunting and eerily beautiful. (The Asylum Project - Welcome by Erik Brede - fine art america)