2014-09-19 51196 WTA 5DM3  The Fisher Body Plant 21 is located on the southeast corner of Piquette and St. Antoine.  It was designed in 1921 by Albert Kahn for Fisher Body, who manufactured Buick and Cadillac bodies in the plant until 1925.  The plant is six stories tall, with a footprint of 200 feet (61 m) by 581 feet (177 m) and an interior area of 536,000 square feet.  During the Great Depression, Fisher suspended production and the building was used as a soup kitchen and homeless shelter.[13] The plant was used as an engineering design facility from 1930–1956; during World War II, the factory produced P-80 Lockheed Shooting Star Planes, FG-4 (F4U-4) Corsair Shipboard Fighters, and some assemblies for B-25 Mitchell bombers.[13] After 1956, the plant was used to build Cadillac limousine bodies; GM closed the plant in 1984. After GM left, several paint companies used the building; it closed for good in 1994. In 1999, as a result of unpaid property taxes, the building became the property of the City of Detroit and was re-addressed as 6051 Hastings St. : Abandoned, Abandoned Auto Factory, Abandoned Automobile Factory, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, Decay, Detroit, Fisher Plant #21, Light Painting, Michigan, Night, Night Shot, Nightshot, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2014-09-19 51194 WTA 5DM3  The Fisher Body Plant 21 is located on the southeast corner of Piquette and St. Antoine.  It was designed in 1921 by Albert Kahn for Fisher Body, who manufactured Buick and Cadillac bodies in the plant until 1925.  The plant is six stories tall, with a footprint of 200 feet (61 m) by 581 feet (177 m) and an interior area of 536,000 square feet.  During the Great Depression, Fisher suspended production and the building was used as a soup kitchen and homeless shelter.[13] The plant was used as an engineering design facility from 1930–1956; during World War II, the factory produced P-80 Lockheed Shooting Star Planes, FG-4 (F4U-4) Corsair Shipboard Fighters, and some assemblies for B-25 Mitchell bombers.[13] After 1956, the plant was used to build Cadillac limousine bodies; GM closed the plant in 1984. After GM left, several paint companies used the building; it closed for good in 1994. In 1999, as a result of unpaid property taxes, the building became the property of the City of Detroit and was re-addressed as 6051 Hastings St. : Abandoned, Abandoned Auto Factory, Abandoned Automobile Factory, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, Decay, Detroit, Fisher Plant #21, Michigan, Night, Night Shot, Nightshot, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2014-09-19 51181 WTA 5DM3 V1  The Fisher Body Plant 21 is located on the southeast corner of Piquette and St. Antoine.  It was designed in 1921 by Albert Kahn for Fisher Body, who manufactured Buick and Cadillac bodies in the plant until 1925.  The plant is six stories tall, with a footprint of 200 feet (61 m) by 581 feet (177 m) and an interior area of 536,000 square feet.  During the Great Depression, Fisher suspended production and the building was used as a soup kitchen and homeless shelter.[13] The plant was used as an engineering design facility from 1930–1956; during World War II, the factory produced P-80 Lockheed Shooting Star Planes, FG-4 (F4U-4) Corsair Shipboard Fighters, and some assemblies for B-25 Mitchell bombers.[13] After 1956, the plant was used to build Cadillac limousine bodies; GM closed the plant in 1984. After GM left, several paint companies used the building; it closed for good in 1994. In 1999, as a result of unpaid property taxes, the building became the property of the City of Detroit and was re-addressed as 6051 Hastings St. : Abandoned, Abandoned Auto Factory, Abandoned Automobile Factory, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, Decay, Detroit, Fisher Plant #21, Light Painting, Michigan, Night, Night Shot, Nightshot, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2014-09-19 51181 WTA 5DM3 V2  The Fisher Body Plant 21 is located on the southeast corner of Piquette and St. Antoine.  It was designed in 1921 by Albert Kahn for Fisher Body, who manufactured Buick and Cadillac bodies in the plant until 1925.  The plant is six stories tall, with a footprint of 200 feet (61 m) by 581 feet (177 m) and an interior area of 536,000 square feet.  During the Great Depression, Fisher suspended production and the building was used as a soup kitchen and homeless shelter.[13] The plant was used as an engineering design facility from 1930–1956; during World War II, the factory produced P-80 Lockheed Shooting Star Planes, FG-4 (F4U-4) Corsair Shipboard Fighters, and some assemblies for B-25 Mitchell bombers.[13] After 1956, the plant was used to build Cadillac limousine bodies; GM closed the plant in 1984. After GM left, several paint companies used the building; it closed for good in 1994. In 1999, as a result of unpaid property taxes, the building became the property of the City of Detroit and was re-addressed as 6051 Hastings St. : Abandoned, Abandoned Auto Factory, Abandoned Automobile Factory, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Fisher Plant #21, Light Painting, Michigan, Night, Night Shot, Nightshot, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2014-09-19 51181 WTA 5DM3 V3  The Fisher Body Plant 21 is located on the southeast corner of Piquette and St. Antoine.  It was designed in 1921 by Albert Kahn for Fisher Body, who manufactured Buick and Cadillac bodies in the plant until 1925.  The plant is six stories tall, with a footprint of 200 feet (61 m) by 581 feet (177 m) and an interior area of 536,000 square feet.  During the Great Depression, Fisher suspended production and the building was used as a soup kitchen and homeless shelter.[13] The plant was used as an engineering design facility from 1930–1956; during World War II, the factory produced P-80 Lockheed Shooting Star Planes, FG-4 (F4U-4) Corsair Shipboard Fighters, and some assemblies for B-25 Mitchell bombers.[13] After 1956, the plant was used to build Cadillac limousine bodies; GM closed the plant in 1984. After GM left, several paint companies used the building; it closed for good in 1994. In 1999, as a result of unpaid property taxes, the building became the property of the City of Detroit and was re-addressed as 6051 Hastings St. : Abandoned, Abandoned Auto Factory, Abandoned Automobile Factory, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, Decay, Detroit, Fisher Plant #21, Light Painting, Michigan, Night, Night Shot, Nightshot, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration
2014-09-19 51175 WTA 5DM3  The Fisher Body Plant 21 is located on the southeast corner of Piquette and St. Antoine.  It was designed in 1921 by Albert Kahn for Fisher Body, who manufactured Buick and Cadillac bodies in the plant until 1925.  The plant is six stories tall, with a footprint of 200 feet (61 m) by 581 feet (177 m) and an interior area of 536,000 square feet.  During the Great Depression, Fisher suspended production and the building was used as a soup kitchen and homeless shelter.[13] The plant was used as an engineering design facility from 1930–1956; during World War II, the factory produced P-80 Lockheed Shooting Star Planes, FG-4 (F4U-4) Corsair Shipboard Fighters, and some assemblies for B-25 Mitchell bombers.[13] After 1956, the plant was used to build Cadillac limousine bodies; GM closed the plant in 1984. After GM left, several paint companies used the building; it closed for good in 1994. In 1999, as a result of unpaid property taxes, the building became the property of the City of Detroit and was re-addressed as 6051 Hastings St. : Abandoned, Abandoned Auto Factory, Abandoned Automobile Factory, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, Decay, Detroit, Fisher Plant #21, Light Painting, Michigan, Night, Night Shot, Nightshot, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2014-09-19 51174 WTA 5DM3  The Fisher Body Plant 21 is located on the southeast corner of Piquette and St. Antoine.  It was designed in 1921 by Albert Kahn for Fisher Body, who manufactured Buick and Cadillac bodies in the plant until 1925.  The plant is six stories tall, with a footprint of 200 feet (61 m) by 581 feet (177 m) and an interior area of 536,000 square feet.  During the Great Depression, Fisher suspended production and the building was used as a soup kitchen and homeless shelter.[13] The plant was used as an engineering design facility from 1930–1956; during World War II, the factory produced P-80 Lockheed Shooting Star Planes, FG-4 (F4U-4) Corsair Shipboard Fighters, and some assemblies for B-25 Mitchell bombers.[13] After 1956, the plant was used to build Cadillac limousine bodies; GM closed the plant in 1984. After GM left, several paint companies used the building; it closed for good in 1994. In 1999, as a result of unpaid property taxes, the building became the property of the City of Detroit and was re-addressed as 6051 Hastings St. : Abandoned, Abandoned Auto Factory, Abandoned Automobile Factory, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Fisher Plant #21, Light Painting, Michigan, Night, Night Shot, Nightshot, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2014-09-19 51176 WTA 5DM3 - V1  The Fisher Body Plant 21 is located on the southeast corner of Piquette and St. Antoine.  It was designed in 1921 by Albert Kahn for Fisher Body, who manufactured Buick and Cadillac bodies in the plant until 1925.  The plant is six stories tall, with a footprint of 200 feet (61 m) by 581 feet (177 m) and an interior area of 536,000 square feet.  During the Great Depression, Fisher suspended production and the building was used as a soup kitchen and homeless shelter.[13] The plant was used as an engineering design facility from 1930–1956; during World War II, the factory produced P-80 Lockheed Shooting Star Planes, FG-4 (F4U-4) Corsair Shipboard Fighters, and some assemblies for B-25 Mitchell bombers.[13] After 1956, the plant was used to build Cadillac limousine bodies; GM closed the plant in 1984. After GM left, several paint companies used the building; it closed for good in 1994. In 1999, as a result of unpaid property taxes, the building became the property of the City of Detroit and was re-addressed as 6051 Hastings St. : Abandoned, Abandoned Auto Factory, Abandoned Automobile Factory, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, Decay, Detroit, Fisher Plant #21, Light Painting, Michigan, Night, Night Shot, Nightshot, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2014-09-19 51176 WTA 5DM3 - V2  The Fisher Body Plant 21 is located on the southeast corner of Piquette and St. Antoine.  It was designed in 1921 by Albert Kahn for Fisher Body, who manufactured Buick and Cadillac bodies in the plant until 1925.  The plant is six stories tall, with a footprint of 200 feet (61 m) by 581 feet (177 m) and an interior area of 536,000 square feet.  During the Great Depression, Fisher suspended production and the building was used as a soup kitchen and homeless shelter.[13] The plant was used as an engineering design facility from 1930–1956; during World War II, the factory produced P-80 Lockheed Shooting Star Planes, FG-4 (F4U-4) Corsair Shipboard Fighters, and some assemblies for B-25 Mitchell bombers.[13] After 1956, the plant was used to build Cadillac limousine bodies; GM closed the plant in 1984. After GM left, several paint companies used the building; it closed for good in 1994. In 1999, as a result of unpaid property taxes, the building became the property of the City of Detroit and was re-addressed as 6051 Hastings St. : Abandoned, Abandoned Auto Factory, Abandoned Automobile Factory, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, Decay, Detroit, Fisher Plant #21, Light Painting, Michigan, Night, Night Shot, Nightshot, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2014-09-19 51176 WTA 5DM3 - V3  The Fisher Body Plant 21 is located on the southeast corner of Piquette and St. Antoine.  It was designed in 1921 by Albert Kahn for Fisher Body, who manufactured Buick and Cadillac bodies in the plant until 1925.  The plant is six stories tall, with a footprint of 200 feet (61 m) by 581 feet (177 m) and an interior area of 536,000 square feet.  During the Great Depression, Fisher suspended production and the building was used as a soup kitchen and homeless shelter.[13] The plant was used as an engineering design facility from 1930–1956; during World War II, the factory produced P-80 Lockheed Shooting Star Planes, FG-4 (F4U-4) Corsair Shipboard Fighters, and some assemblies for B-25 Mitchell bombers.[13] After 1956, the plant was used to build Cadillac limousine bodies; GM closed the plant in 1984. After GM left, several paint companies used the building; it closed for good in 1994. In 1999, as a result of unpaid property taxes, the building became the property of the City of Detroit and was re-addressed as 6051 Hastings St. : Abandoned, Abandoned Auto Factory, Abandoned Automobile Factory, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, Decay, Detroit, Fisher Plant #21, Light Painting, Michigan, Night, Night Shot, Nightshot, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration
2014-09-19 51176 WTA 5DM3  The Fisher Body Plant 21 is located on the southeast corner of Piquette and St. Antoine.  It was designed in 1921 by Albert Kahn for Fisher Body, who manufactured Buick and Cadillac bodies in the plant until 1925.  The plant is six stories tall, with a footprint of 200 feet (61 m) by 581 feet (177 m) and an interior area of 536,000 square feet.  During the Great Depression, Fisher suspended production and the building was used as a soup kitchen and homeless shelter.[13] The plant was used as an engineering design facility from 1930–1956; during World War II, the factory produced P-80 Lockheed Shooting Star Planes, FG-4 (F4U-4) Corsair Shipboard Fighters, and some assemblies for B-25 Mitchell bombers.[13] After 1956, the plant was used to build Cadillac limousine bodies; GM closed the plant in 1984. After GM left, several paint companies used the building; it closed for good in 1994. In 1999, as a result of unpaid property taxes, the building became the property of the City of Detroit and was re-addressed as 6051 Hastings St. : Abandoned, Abandoned Auto Factory, Abandoned Automobile Factory, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, Decay, Detroit, Fisher Plant #21, Light Painting, Michigan, Night, Night Shot, Nightshot, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2014-09-19 51171 WTA 5DM3  The Fisher Body Plant 21 is located on the southeast corner of Piquette and St. Antoine.  It was designed in 1921 by Albert Kahn for Fisher Body, who manufactured Buick and Cadillac bodies in the plant until 1925.  The plant is six stories tall, with a footprint of 200 feet (61 m) by 581 feet (177 m) and an interior area of 536,000 square feet.  During the Great Depression, Fisher suspended production and the building was used as a soup kitchen and homeless shelter.[13] The plant was used as an engineering design facility from 1930–1956; during World War II, the factory produced P-80 Lockheed Shooting Star Planes, FG-4 (F4U-4) Corsair Shipboard Fighters, and some assemblies for B-25 Mitchell bombers.[13] After 1956, the plant was used to build Cadillac limousine bodies; GM closed the plant in 1984. After GM left, several paint companies used the building; it closed for good in 1994. In 1999, as a result of unpaid property taxes, the building became the property of the City of Detroit and was re-addressed as 6051 Hastings St. : Abandoned, Abandoned Auto Factory, Abandoned Automobile Factory, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, Decay, Detroit, Fisher Plant #21, Light Painting, Michigan, Night, Night Shot, Nightshot, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2014-09-19 51169 WTA 5DM3  The Fisher Body Plant 21 is located on the southeast corner of Piquette and St. Antoine.  It was designed in 1921 by Albert Kahn for Fisher Body, who manufactured Buick and Cadillac bodies in the plant until 1925.  The plant is six stories tall, with a footprint of 200 feet (61 m) by 581 feet (177 m) and an interior area of 536,000 square feet.  During the Great Depression, Fisher suspended production and the building was used as a soup kitchen and homeless shelter.[13] The plant was used as an engineering design facility from 1930–1956; during World War II, the factory produced P-80 Lockheed Shooting Star Planes, FG-4 (F4U-4) Corsair Shipboard Fighters, and some assemblies for B-25 Mitchell bombers.[13] After 1956, the plant was used to build Cadillac limousine bodies; GM closed the plant in 1984. After GM left, several paint companies used the building; it closed for good in 1994. In 1999, as a result of unpaid property taxes, the building became the property of the City of Detroit and was re-addressed as 6051 Hastings St. : Abandoned, Abandoned Auto Factory, Abandoned Automobile Factory, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, Decay, Detroit, Fisher Plant #21, Light Painting, Michigan, Night, Night Shot, Nightshot, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2014-09-19 51167 WTA 5DM3  The Fisher Body Plant 21 is located on the southeast corner of Piquette and St. Antoine.  It was designed in 1921 by Albert Kahn for Fisher Body, who manufactured Buick and Cadillac bodies in the plant until 1925.  The plant is six stories tall, with a footprint of 200 feet (61 m) by 581 feet (177 m) and an interior area of 536,000 square feet.  During the Great Depression, Fisher suspended production and the building was used as a soup kitchen and homeless shelter.[13] The plant was used as an engineering design facility from 1930–1956; during World War II, the factory produced P-80 Lockheed Shooting Star Planes, FG-4 (F4U-4) Corsair Shipboard Fighters, and some assemblies for B-25 Mitchell bombers.[13] After 1956, the plant was used to build Cadillac limousine bodies; GM closed the plant in 1984. After GM left, several paint companies used the building; it closed for good in 1994. In 1999, as a result of unpaid property taxes, the building became the property of the City of Detroit and was re-addressed as 6051 Hastings St. : Abandoned, Abandoned Auto Factory, Abandoned Automobile Factory, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, Decay, Detroit, Fisher Plant #21, Light Painting, Michigan, Night, Night Shot, Nightshot, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2014-09-19 51173 WTA 5DM3  The Fisher Body Plant 21 is located on the southeast corner of Piquette and St. Antoine.  It was designed in 1921 by Albert Kahn for Fisher Body, who manufactured Buick and Cadillac bodies in the plant until 1925.  The plant is six stories tall, with a footprint of 200 feet (61 m) by 581 feet (177 m) and an interior area of 536,000 square feet.  During the Great Depression, Fisher suspended production and the building was used as a soup kitchen and homeless shelter.[13] The plant was used as an engineering design facility from 1930–1956; during World War II, the factory produced P-80 Lockheed Shooting Star Planes, FG-4 (F4U-4) Corsair Shipboard Fighters, and some assemblies for B-25 Mitchell bombers.[13] After 1956, the plant was used to build Cadillac limousine bodies; GM closed the plant in 1984. After GM left, several paint companies used the building; it closed for good in 1994. In 1999, as a result of unpaid property taxes, the building became the property of the City of Detroit and was re-addressed as 6051 Hastings St. : Abandoned, Abandoned Auto Factory, Abandoned Automobile Factory, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, Decay, Detroit, Fisher Plant #21, Light Painting, Michigan, Night, Night Shot, Nightshot, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration
2014-09-19 51165 WTA 5DM3  The Fisher Body Plant 21 is located on the southeast corner of Piquette and St. Antoine.  It was designed in 1921 by Albert Kahn for Fisher Body, who manufactured Buick and Cadillac bodies in the plant until 1925.  The plant is six stories tall, with a footprint of 200 feet (61 m) by 581 feet (177 m) and an interior area of 536,000 square feet.  During the Great Depression, Fisher suspended production and the building was used as a soup kitchen and homeless shelter.[13] The plant was used as an engineering design facility from 1930–1956; during World War II, the factory produced P-80 Lockheed Shooting Star Planes, FG-4 (F4U-4) Corsair Shipboard Fighters, and some assemblies for B-25 Mitchell bombers.[13] After 1956, the plant was used to build Cadillac limousine bodies; GM closed the plant in 1984. After GM left, several paint companies used the building; it closed for good in 1994. In 1999, as a result of unpaid property taxes, the building became the property of the City of Detroit and was re-addressed as 6051 Hastings St. : Abandoned, Abandoned Auto Factory, Abandoned Automobile Factory, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, Decay, Detroit, Fisher Plant #21, Light Painting, Michigan, Night, Night Shot, Nightshot, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2014-09-19 51162 WTA 5DM3  The Fisher Body Plant 21 is located on the southeast corner of Piquette and St. Antoine.  It was designed in 1921 by Albert Kahn for Fisher Body, who manufactured Buick and Cadillac bodies in the plant until 1925.  The plant is six stories tall, with a footprint of 200 feet (61 m) by 581 feet (177 m) and an interior area of 536,000 square feet.  During the Great Depression, Fisher suspended production and the building was used as a soup kitchen and homeless shelter.[13] The plant was used as an engineering design facility from 1930–1956; during World War II, the factory produced P-80 Lockheed Shooting Star Planes, FG-4 (F4U-4) Corsair Shipboard Fighters, and some assemblies for B-25 Mitchell bombers.[13] After 1956, the plant was used to build Cadillac limousine bodies; GM closed the plant in 1984. After GM left, several paint companies used the building; it closed for good in 1994. In 1999, as a result of unpaid property taxes, the building became the property of the City of Detroit and was re-addressed as 6051 Hastings St. : Abandoned, Abandoned Auto Factory, Abandoned Automobile Factory, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, Decay, Detroit, Fisher Plant #21, Light Painting, Michigan, Night, Night Shot, Nightshot, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2014-09-19 51163 WTA 5DM3  The Fisher Body Plant 21 is located on the southeast corner of Piquette and St. Antoine.  It was designed in 1921 by Albert Kahn for Fisher Body, who manufactured Buick and Cadillac bodies in the plant until 1925.  The plant is six stories tall, with a footprint of 200 feet (61 m) by 581 feet (177 m) and an interior area of 536,000 square feet.  During the Great Depression, Fisher suspended production and the building was used as a soup kitchen and homeless shelter.[13] The plant was used as an engineering design facility from 1930–1956; during World War II, the factory produced P-80 Lockheed Shooting Star Planes, FG-4 (F4U-4) Corsair Shipboard Fighters, and some assemblies for B-25 Mitchell bombers.[13] After 1956, the plant was used to build Cadillac limousine bodies; GM closed the plant in 1984. After GM left, several paint companies used the building; it closed for good in 1994. In 1999, as a result of unpaid property taxes, the building became the property of the City of Detroit and was re-addressed as 6051 Hastings St. : Abandoned, Abandoned Auto Factory, Abandoned Automobile Factory, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, Decay, Detroit, Fisher Plant #21, Light Painting, Michigan, Night, Night Shot, Nightshot, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2014-09-19 51164 WTA 5DM3  The Fisher Body Plant 21 is located on the southeast corner of Piquette and St. Antoine.  It was designed in 1921 by Albert Kahn for Fisher Body, who manufactured Buick and Cadillac bodies in the plant until 1925.  The plant is six stories tall, with a footprint of 200 feet (61 m) by 581 feet (177 m) and an interior area of 536,000 square feet.  During the Great Depression, Fisher suspended production and the building was used as a soup kitchen and homeless shelter.[13] The plant was used as an engineering design facility from 1930–1956; during World War II, the factory produced P-80 Lockheed Shooting Star Planes, FG-4 (F4U-4) Corsair Shipboard Fighters, and some assemblies for B-25 Mitchell bombers.[13] After 1956, the plant was used to build Cadillac limousine bodies; GM closed the plant in 1984. After GM left, several paint companies used the building; it closed for good in 1994. In 1999, as a result of unpaid property taxes, the building became the property of the City of Detroit and was re-addressed as 6051 Hastings St. : Abandoned, Abandoned Auto Factory, Abandoned Automobile Factory, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, Decay, Detroit, Fisher Plant #21, Light Painting, Michigan, Night, Night Shot, Nightshot, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2014-09-19 51159 WTA 5DM3  The Fisher Body Plant 21 is located on the southeast corner of Piquette and St. Antoine.  It was designed in 1921 by Albert Kahn for Fisher Body, who manufactured Buick and Cadillac bodies in the plant until 1925.  The plant is six stories tall, with a footprint of 200 feet (61 m) by 581 feet (177 m) and an interior area of 536,000 square feet.  During the Great Depression, Fisher suspended production and the building was used as a soup kitchen and homeless shelter.[13] The plant was used as an engineering design facility from 1930–1956; during World War II, the factory produced P-80 Lockheed Shooting Star Planes, FG-4 (F4U-4) Corsair Shipboard Fighters, and some assemblies for B-25 Mitchell bombers.[13] After 1956, the plant was used to build Cadillac limousine bodies; GM closed the plant in 1984. After GM left, several paint companies used the building; it closed for good in 1994. In 1999, as a result of unpaid property taxes, the building became the property of the City of Detroit and was re-addressed as 6051 Hastings St. : Abandoned, Abandoned Auto Factory, Abandoned Automobile Factory, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, Decay, Detroit, Fisher Plant #21, Light Painting, Michigan, Night, Night Shot, Nightshot, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration
2014-08-15 44096 WTA 5DM3-2-2  Light Painting - St. Agnes Church : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Church, ApMadoc, Blight, Catholic, Catholic Church, Church, Detroit, Light Painting, Michigan, Night, Night Shot, Nightshot, Saint Agnes, Saint Agnes Church, St. Agnes Church, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2014-08-15 44107 WTA 5DM3-3  Light Painting - St. Agnes Church : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Church, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Blight, Catholic, Catholic Church, Church, Dark, Detroit, Light Painting, Michigan, Monochrome, Night, Night Shot, Nightshot, Saint Agnes, Saint Agnes Church, St. Agnes Church, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2014-08-15 44096 WTA 5DM3-3  Light Painting - St. Agnes Church : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Church, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Blight, Catholic, Catholic Church, Church, Dark, Detroit, Light Painting, Michigan, Monochrome, Night, Night Shot, Nightshot, Saint Agnes, Saint Agnes Church, St. Agnes Church, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2014-08-15 44094 WTA 5DM3  Light Painting - St. Agnes Church : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Church, ApMadoc, Blight, Catholic, Catholic Church, Church, Detroit, Light Painting, Michigan, Night, Night Shot, Nightshot, Saint Agnes, Saint Agnes Church, St. Agnes Church, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2014-08-15 44092 WTA 5DM3-2-2  Light Painting - St. Agnes Church : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Church, ApMadoc, Blight, Catholic, Catholic Church, Church, Detroit, Light Painting, Michigan, Night, Night Shot, Nightshot, Saint Agnes, Saint Agnes Church, St. Agnes Church, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration
2014-08-15 44092 WTA 5DM3-3  Light Painting - St. Agnes Church : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Church, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Blight, Catholic, Catholic Church, Church, Detroit, Light Painting, Michigan, Monochrome, Night, Night Shot, Nightshot, Saint Agnes, Saint Agnes Church, St. Agnes Church, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2014-08-15 44090 WTA 5DM3  Light Painting - St. Agnes Church : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Church, ApMadoc, Blight, Catholic, Catholic Church, Church, Detroit, Light Painting, Michigan, Night, Night Shot, Nightshot, Saint Agnes, Saint Agnes Church, St. Agnes Church, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2014-08-15 44084 WTA 5DM3  Light Painting - St. Agnes Church : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Church, ApMadoc, Blight, Catholic, Catholic Church, Church, Detroit, Light Painting, Michigan, Night, Night Shot, Nightshot, Saint Agnes, Saint Agnes Church, St. Agnes Church, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2014-08-15 44063 WTA 5DM3-2-2  Light Painting - St. Agnes Church : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Church, ApMadoc, Blight, Catholic, Catholic Church, Church, Detroit, Light Painting, Michigan, Night, Night Shot, Nightshot, Saint Agnes, Saint Agnes Church, St. Agnes Church, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2014-08-15 44063 WTA 5DM3-3  Light Painting - St. Agnes Church : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Church, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Blight, Catholic, Catholic Church, Church, Detroit, Light Painting, Michigan, Monochrome, Night, Night Shot, Nightshot, Saint Agnes, Saint Agnes Church, St. Agnes Church, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration
2014-08-15 44055 WTA 5DM3  Light Painting - St. Agnes Church : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Church, ApMadoc, Blight, Catholic, Catholic Church, Church, Dark, Detroit, Light Painting, Michigan, Night, Night Shot, Nightshot, Saint Agnes, Saint Agnes Church, St. Agnes Church, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2014-08-15 44052 WTA 5DM3  Light Painting - St. Agnes Church : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Church, ApMadoc, Blight, Catholic, Catholic Church, Church, Detroit, Light Painting, Michigan, Night, Night Shot, Nightshot, Saint Agnes, Saint Agnes Church, St. Agnes Church, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2014-08-15 44050 WTA 5DM3  Light Painting - St. Agnes Church : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Church, ApMadoc, Blight, Catholic, Catholic Church, Church, Detroit, Light Painting, Michigan, Night, Night Shot, Nightshot, Saint Agnes, Saint Agnes Church, St. Agnes Church, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2014-08-15 44049 WTA 5DM3  Light Painting - St. Agnes Church : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Church, ApMadoc, Blight, Catholic, Catholic Church, Church, Detroit, Light Painting, Michigan, Night, Night Shot, Nightshot, Saint Agnes, Saint Agnes Church, St. Agnes Church, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2014-08-15 44051 WTA 5DM3  Light Painting - St. Agnes Church : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Church, ApMadoc, Blight, Catholic, Catholic Church, Church, Detroit, Light Painting, Michigan, Night, Night Shot, Nightshot, Saint Agnes, Saint Agnes Church, St. Agnes Church, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration
2014-08-15 44047 WTA 5DM3-2-2  Light Painting - St. Agnes Church : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Church, ApMadoc, Blight, Catholic, Catholic Church, Church, Detroit, Light Painting, Michigan, Night, Night Shot, Nightshot, Saint Agnes, Saint Agnes Church, St. Agnes Church, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2014-08-15 44046 WTA 5DM3  Light Painting - St. Agnes Church : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Church, ApMadoc, Blight, Catholic, Catholic Church, Church, Detroit, Light Painting, Michigan, Night, Night Shot, Nightshot, Saint Agnes, Saint Agnes Church, St. Agnes Church, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2014-08-15 44045 WTA 5DM3-2-2  Light Painting - St. Agnes Church : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Church, ApMadoc, Blight, Catholic, Catholic Church, Church, Dark, Detroit, Light Painting, Michigan, Night, Night Shot, Nightshot, Saint Agnes, Saint Agnes Church, St. Agnes Church, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2014-08-15 44045 WTA 5DM3-3  Light Painting - St. Agnes Church : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Church, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Blight, Catholic, Catholic Church, Church, Detroit, Light Painting, Michigan, Monochrome, Night, Night Shot, Nightshot, Saint Agnes, Saint Agnes Church, St. Agnes Church, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2014-08-15 44047 WTA 5DM3-3  Light Painting - St. Agnes Church : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Church, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Blight, Catholic, Catholic Church, Church, Detroit, Light Painting, Michigan, Monochrome, Night, Night Shot, Nightshot, Saint Agnes, Saint Agnes Church, St. Agnes Church, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration
2014-08-15 44043 WTA 5DM3-3  Light Painting - St. Agnes Church : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Church, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Blight, Catholic, Catholic Church, Church, Dark, Detroit, Light Painting, Michigan, Monochrome, Night, Night Shot, Nightshot, Saint Agnes, Saint Agnes Church, St. Agnes Church, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2014-08-15 44043 WTA 5DM3-2-2  Light Painting - St. Agnes Church : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Church, ApMadoc, Blight, Catholic, Catholic Church, Church, Dark, Detroit, Light Painting, Michigan, Night, Night Shot, Nightshot, Saint Agnes, Saint Agnes Church, St. Agnes Church, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2014-08-15 44044 WTA 5DM3  Light Painting - St. Agnes Church : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Church, ApMadoc, Blight, Catholic, Catholic Church, Church, Dark, Detroit, Light Painting, Michigan, Night, Night Shot, Nightshot, Saint Agnes, Saint Agnes Church, St. Agnes Church, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2014-08-15 44042 WTA 5DM3  Light Painting - St. Agnes Church : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Church, ApMadoc, Blight, Catholic, Catholic Church, Church, Detroit, Light Painting, Michigan, Night, Night Shot, Nightshot, Saint Agnes, Saint Agnes Church, St. Agnes Church, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2014-08-15 44039 WTA 5DM3  Light Painting - St. Agnes Church : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Church, ApMadoc, Blight, Catholic, Catholic Church, Church, Dark, Detroit, Light Painting, Michigan, Night, Night Shot, Nightshot, Saint Agnes, Saint Agnes Church, St. Agnes Church, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration
2014-08-15 44041 WTA 5DM3  Light Painting - St. Agnes Church : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Church, ApMadoc, Blight, Catholic, Catholic Church, Church, Detroit, Light Painting, Michigan, Night, Night Shot, Nightshot, Saint Agnes, Saint Agnes Church, St. Agnes Church, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2014-08-15 44040 WTA 5DM3  Light Painting - St. Agnes Church : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Church, ApMadoc, Blight, Catholic, Catholic Church, Church, Dark, Detroit, Light Painting, Michigan, Night, Night Shot, Nightshot, Saint Agnes, Saint Agnes Church, St. Agnes Church, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2014-08-09 43996 WTA 5DM3  The Packard Automotive Plant is a former automobile-manufacturing factory in Detroit, Michigan where luxury Packard cars were made by the Packard Motor Car Company of Detroit, Michigan, and later by the Studebaker-Packard Corporation of South Bend, Indiana. : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, Decay, Detroit, Michigan, Packard Plant, Reflection, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Art, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2017-04-22 05764 WTA 5DM4  The Traverse City State Hospital of Traverse City, Michigan has been variously known as the Northern Michigan Asylum and the Traverse City Regional Psychiatric Hospital. It is the last Kirkbride Building of Michigan's original four left in the state. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978  and designated a Michigan State Historic Site in 1985 : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Hospital, ApMadoc, Decay, Hospital, Interior, Michigan, State Hospital, Traverse City, Traverse City State Hospital, USA, United States, Urban Decay 2017-04-22 05729 WTA 5DM4-2  The Traverse City State Hospital of Traverse City, Michigan has been variously known as the Northern Michigan Asylum and the Traverse City Regional Psychiatric Hospital. It is the last Kirkbride Building of Michigan's original four left in the state. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978  and designated a Michigan State Historic Site in 1985 : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Hospital, ApMadoc, Decay, Hospital, Interior, Michigan, State Hospital, Traverse City, Traverse City State Hospital, USA, United States, Urban Decay
2017-04-22 05638 WTA 5DM4  The Traverse City State Hospital of Traverse City, Michigan has been variously known as the Northern Michigan Asylum and the Traverse City Regional Psychiatric Hospital. It is the last Kirkbride Building of Michigan's original four left in the state. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978  and designated a Michigan State Historic Site in 1985 : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Hospital, ApMadoc, Decay, Hospital, Interior, Michigan, State Hospital, Traverse City, Traverse City State Hospital, USA, United States, Urban Decay 2017-04-22 05568 WTA 5DM4  The Traverse City State Hospital of Traverse City, Michigan has been variously known as the Northern Michigan Asylum and the Traverse City Regional Psychiatric Hospital. It is the last Kirkbride Building of Michigan's original four left in the state. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978  and designated a Michigan State Historic Site in 1985 : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Hospital, ApMadoc, Decay, Hospital, Interior, Michigan, State Hospital, Traverse City, Traverse City State Hospital, USA, United States, Urban Decay 2017-04-22 05729 WTA 5DM4  The Traverse City State Hospital of Traverse City, Michigan has been variously known as the Northern Michigan Asylum and the Traverse City Regional Psychiatric Hospital. It is the last Kirkbride Building of Michigan's original four left in the state. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978  and designated a Michigan State Historic Site in 1985 : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Hospital, ApMadoc, Decay, Hospital, Interior, Michigan, State Hospital, Traverse City, Traverse City State Hospital, USA, United States, Urban Decay 2017-04-22 05525 WTA 5DM4  The Traverse City State Hospital of Traverse City, Michigan has been variously known as the Northern Michigan Asylum and the Traverse City Regional Psychiatric Hospital. It is the last Kirkbride Building of Michigan's original four left in the state. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978  and designated a Michigan State Historic Site in 1985 : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Hospital, ApMadoc, Decay, Hospital, Interior, Michigan, State Hospital, Traverse City, Traverse City State Hospital, USA, United States, Urban Decay 2017-04-22 05415 WTA 5DM4  The Traverse City State Hospital of Traverse City, Michigan has been variously known as the Northern Michigan Asylum and the Traverse City Regional Psychiatric Hospital. It is the last Kirkbride Building of Michigan's original four left in the state. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978  and designated a Michigan State Historic Site in 1985 : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Hospital, ApMadoc, Decay, Hospital, Interior, Michigan, State Hospital, Traverse City, Traverse City State Hospital, USA, United States, Urban Decay
2017-04-22 05273 WTA 5DM4  The Traverse City State Hospital of Traverse City, Michigan has been variously known as the Northern Michigan Asylum and the Traverse City Regional Psychiatric Hospital. It is the last Kirkbride Building of Michigan's original four left in the state. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978  and designated a Michigan State Historic Site in 1985 : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Hospital, ApMadoc, Decay, Hospital, Interior, Michigan, State Hospital, Traverse City, Traverse City State Hospital, USA, United States, Urban Decay 2017-04-22 05356 WTA 5DM4  The Traverse City State Hospital of Traverse City, Michigan has been variously known as the Northern Michigan Asylum and the Traverse City Regional Psychiatric Hospital. It is the last Kirkbride Building of Michigan's original four left in the state. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978  and designated a Michigan State Historic Site in 1985 : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Hospital, ApMadoc, Decay, Hospital, Interior, Michigan, State Hospital, Traverse City, Traverse City State Hospital, USA, United States, Urban Decay 2017-04-22 05245 WTA 5DM4  The Traverse City State Hospital of Traverse City, Michigan has been variously known as the Northern Michigan Asylum and the Traverse City Regional Psychiatric Hospital. It is the last Kirkbride Building of Michigan's original four left in the state. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978  and designated a Michigan State Historic Site in 1985 : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Hospital, ApMadoc, Decay, Hospital, Interior, Michigan, State Hospital, Traverse City, Traverse City State Hospital, USA, United States, Urban Decay 2017-04-22 05203 WTA 5DM4  The Traverse City State Hospital of Traverse City, Michigan has been variously known as the Northern Michigan Asylum and the Traverse City Regional Psychiatric Hospital. It is the last Kirkbride Building of Michigan's original four left in the state. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978  and designated a Michigan State Historic Site in 1985 : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Hospital, ApMadoc, Decay, Hospital, Interior, Michigan, State Hospital, Traverse City, Traverse City State Hospital, USA, United States, Urban Decay 2017-04-22 05032 WTA 5DM4  The Traverse City State Hospital of Traverse City, Michigan has been variously known as the Northern Michigan Asylum and the Traverse City Regional Psychiatric Hospital. It is the last Kirkbride Building of Michigan's original four left in the state. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978  and designated a Michigan State Historic Site in 1985 : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Hospital, ApMadoc, Decay, Hospital, Interior, Michigan, State Hospital, Traverse City, Traverse City State Hospital, USA, United States, Urban Decay
2017-04-22 05147 WTA 5DM4 HDR  The Traverse City State Hospital of Traverse City, Michigan has been variously known as the Northern Michigan Asylum and the Traverse City Regional Psychiatric Hospital. It is the last Kirkbride Building of Michigan's original four left in the state. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978  and designated a Michigan State Historic Site in 1985 : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Hospital, ApMadoc, Decay, Hospital, Interior, Michigan, State Hospital, Traverse City, Traverse City State Hospital, USA, United States, Urban Decay 2017-04-22 05049 WTA 5DM4 HDR  The Traverse City State Hospital of Traverse City, Michigan has been variously known as the Northern Michigan Asylum and the Traverse City Regional Psychiatric Hospital. It is the last Kirkbride Building of Michigan's original four left in the state. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978  and designated a Michigan State Historic Site in 1985 : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Hospital, ApMadoc, Decay, Hospital, Interior, Michigan, State Hospital, Traverse City, Traverse City State Hospital, USA, United States, Urban Decay 2017-04-22 04907 WTA 5DM4  The Traverse City State Hospital of Traverse City, Michigan has been variously known as the Northern Michigan Asylum and the Traverse City Regional Psychiatric Hospital. It is the last Kirkbride Building of Michigan's original four left in the state. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978  and designated a Michigan State Historic Site in 1985 : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Hospital, ApMadoc, Decay, Hospital, Interior, Michigan, State Hospital, Traverse City, Traverse City State Hospital, USA, United States, Urban Decay 2017-04-22 04870 WTA 5DM4  The Traverse City State Hospital of Traverse City, Michigan has been variously known as the Northern Michigan Asylum and the Traverse City Regional Psychiatric Hospital. It is the last Kirkbride Building of Michigan's original four left in the state. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978  and designated a Michigan State Historic Site in 1985 : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Hospital, ApMadoc, Decay, Hospital, Interior, Michigan, State Hospital, Traverse City, Traverse City State Hospital, USA, United States, Urban Decay 2017-04-22 04947 WTA 5DM4 HDR  The Traverse City State Hospital of Traverse City, Michigan has been variously known as the Northern Michigan Asylum and the Traverse City Regional Psychiatric Hospital. It is the last Kirkbride Building of Michigan's original four left in the state. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978  and designated a Michigan State Historic Site in 1985 : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Hospital, ApMadoc, Decay, Hospital, Interior, Michigan, State Hospital, Traverse City, Traverse City State Hospital, USA, United States, Urban Decay
2017-04-22 04990 WTA 5DM4 HDR  The Traverse City State Hospital of Traverse City, Michigan has been variously known as the Northern Michigan Asylum and the Traverse City Regional Psychiatric Hospital. It is the last Kirkbride Building of Michigan's original four left in the state. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978  and designated a Michigan State Historic Site in 1985 : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Hospital, ApMadoc, Decay, Hospital, Interior, Michigan, State Hospital, Traverse City, Traverse City State Hospital, USA, United States, Urban Decay 2017-04-22 04834 WTA 5DM4  The Traverse City State Hospital of Traverse City, Michigan has been variously known as the Northern Michigan Asylum and the Traverse City Regional Psychiatric Hospital. It is the last Kirkbride Building of Michigan's original four left in the state. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978  and designated a Michigan State Historic Site in 1985 : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Hospital, ApMadoc, Decay, Hospital, Interior, Michigan, State Hospital, Traverse City, Traverse City State Hospital, USA, United States, Urban Decay 2017-02-26 105925 WTA 5DM4 : Abandoned, Abandoned Warehouse, ApMadoc, Decay, Flint, Genesee County, Michigan, USA, United States, Urban 2017-03-19 02643 WTA Phan4Pro  The Packard Automotive Plant is a former automobile-manufacturing factory in Detroit, Michigan where luxury Packard cars were made by the Packard Motor Car Company of Detroit, Michigan, and later by the Studebaker-Packard Corporation of South Bend, Indiana. : Abandoned, Abandoned Auto Factory, Abandoned Automobile Factory, Abandoned Factory, Aerial, Albert Kahn, ApMadoc, Blight, DJI, DJI Phantom, Decay, Detroit, Michigan, Packard Automotive Plant, Packard Plant, Phantom, Phantom 4 Pro, Phantom4Pro, USA, United States, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Wayne County 2016-12-29 102397 WTA 5DM4 : Abandoned, Abandoned Auto Factory, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, Auto Factory, Blight, Decay, Detroit, Fisher Plant #21, Graffiti, Michigan, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban Art, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration, Wayne County
2016-10-15 005977 WTA 5DM4  Gary Screw and Bolt Company. Opened 1912, closed 1986 : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Buildings, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Factory, Gary, Gary Screw and Bolt Company, Indiana, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-10-15 005939 WTA 5DM4  Gary Screw and Bolt Company. Opened 1912, closed 1986 : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Buildings, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Factory, Gary, Gary Screw and Bolt Company, Indiana, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-12-29 102285 WTA 5DM4 : Abandoned, Abandoned Auto Factory, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, Auto Factory, Blight, Decay, Detroit, Fisher Plant #21, Michigan, Reflection, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration, Wayne County 2016-10-15 005862 WTA 5DM4  Gary Screw and Bolt Company. Opened 1912, closed 1986 : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Buildings, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Factory, Gary, Gary Screw and Bolt Company, Indiana, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-07-02 94783 WTA 5DSR  The Fisher Body Plant 21 is located on the southeast corner of Piquette and St. Antoine.  It was designed in 1921 by Albert Kahn for Fisher Body, who manufactured Buick and Cadillac bodies in the plant until 1925.  The plant is six stories tall, with a footprint of 200 feet (61 m) by 581 feet (177 m) and an interior area of 536,000 square feet.  During the Great Depression, Fisher suspended production and the building was used as a soup kitchen and homeless shelter.[13] The plant was used as an engineering design facility from 1930–1956; during World War II, the factory produced P-80 Lockheed Shooting Star Planes, FG-4 (F4U-4) Corsair Shipboard Fighters, and some assemblies for B-25 Mitchell bombers.[13] After 1956, the plant was used to build Cadillac limousine bodies; GM closed the plant in 1984. After GM left, several paint companies used the building; it closed for good in 1994. In 1999, as a result of unpaid property taxes, the building became the property of the City of Detroit and was re-addressed as 6051 Hastings St. : Abandoned, Abandoned Auto Factory, Abandoned Automobile Factory, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, Detroit, Fisher Plant #21, Graffiti, Michigan, North America, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Art, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration
2016-10-15 005483 WTA 5DM4  The Horace Mann School of Gary, Indiana is on the short list of American high schools that have graduated more than 75 classes of students. A creation of innovative educator William Wirt, the unique school took seven years to build and was finished in 1928. The campus set a new standard for the area’s public schools by featuring landscaped rolling hills, multiple gyms and pools, and even a man-made pond.  Horace Mann’s fortunes would ebb and flow with those of Gary; when the city’s population declined so did enrollment at the school. In 2004 the school board voted to shutter the building, and nine years later the ailing building still stands vacant and crumbling. : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Buildings, Abandoned High School, Abandoned School, Abandoned School Building, ApMadoc, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Gary, Horace Mann High School, Indiana, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-10-15 004922 WTA 5DM4  City Methodist Church, Gary Indiana : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Buildings, Abandoned Church, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Church, City Methodist Church, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Gary, Indiana, Methodist Church, Monochrome, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-10-15 004709 WTA 5DM4  City Methodist Church, Gary Indiana : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Buildings, Abandoned Church, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Church, City Methodist Church, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Gary, Indiana, Methodist Church, Monochrome, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-07-02 94614 WTA 5DSR  The Fisher Body Plant 21 is located on the southeast corner of Piquette and St. Antoine.  It was designed in 1921 by Albert Kahn for Fisher Body, who manufactured Buick and Cadillac bodies in the plant until 1925.  The plant is six stories tall, with a footprint of 200 feet (61 m) by 581 feet (177 m) and an interior area of 536,000 square feet.  During the Great Depression, Fisher suspended production and the building was used as a soup kitchen and homeless shelter.[13] The plant was used as an engineering design facility from 1930–1956; during World War II, the factory produced P-80 Lockheed Shooting Star Planes, FG-4 (F4U-4) Corsair Shipboard Fighters, and some assemblies for B-25 Mitchell bombers.[13] After 1956, the plant was used to build Cadillac limousine bodies; GM closed the plant in 1984. After GM left, several paint companies used the building; it closed for good in 1994. In 1999, as a result of unpaid property taxes, the building became the property of the City of Detroit and was re-addressed as 6051 Hastings St. : Abandoned, Abandoned Auto Factory, Abandoned Automobile Factory, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, Detroit, Fisher Plant #21, Graffiti, Michigan, North America, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Art, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-06-26 93716 WTA 5DSR  Ford Highland Park Sales Office and Executive Garage : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Ford Highland Park Sales Office and Executive Garage, Highland Park, Michigan, Monochrome, North America, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration
2016-06-26 93850 WTA 5DSR  Ford Highland Park Sales Office and Executive Garage : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, ApMadoc, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Ford Highland Park Sales Office and Executive Garage, Highland Park, Michigan, North America, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-06-26 93976 WTA 5DSR  Ford Highland Park Sales Office and Executive Garage : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Ford Highland Park Sales Office and Executive Garage, Highland Park, Michigan, Monochrome, North America, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-06-26 94191 WTA 5DSR  Ford Highland Park Sales Office and Executive Garage : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, ApMadoc, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Ford Highland Park Sales Office and Executive Garage, Highland Park, Michigan, North America, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-03-27 93223 WTA 5DSR-2  The Fisher Body Plant 21 is located on the southeast corner of Piquette and St. Antoine.  It was designed in 1921 by Albert Kahn for Fisher Body, who manufactured Buick and Cadillac bodies in the plant until 1925.  The plant is six stories tall, with a footprint of 200 feet (61 m) by 581 feet (177 m) and an interior area of 536,000 square feet.  During the Great Depression, Fisher suspended production and the building was used as a soup kitchen and homeless shelter.[13] The plant was used as an engineering design facility from 1930–1956; during World War II, the factory produced P-80 Lockheed Shooting Star Planes, FG-4 (F4U-4) Corsair Shipboard Fighters, and some assemblies for B-25 Mitchell bombers.[13] After 1956, the plant was used to build Cadillac limousine bodies; GM closed the plant in 1984. After GM left, several paint companies used the building; it closed for good in 1994. In 1999, as a result of unpaid property taxes, the building became the property of the City of Detroit and was re-addressed as 6051 Hastings St. : Abandoned, Abandoned Auto Factory, Abandoned Automobile Factory, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Fisher Plant #21, Michigan, North America, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-06-26 93688 WTA 5DSR-Edit  Ford Highland Park Sales Office and Executive Garage : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, ApMadoc, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Ford Highland Park Sales Office and Executive Garage, Highland Park, Michigan, North America, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration
2016-03-27 93207 WTA 5DSR-2  The Fisher Body Plant 21 is located on the southeast corner of Piquette and St. Antoine.  It was designed in 1921 by Albert Kahn for Fisher Body, who manufactured Buick and Cadillac bodies in the plant until 1925.  The plant is six stories tall, with a footprint of 200 feet (61 m) by 581 feet (177 m) and an interior area of 536,000 square feet.  During the Great Depression, Fisher suspended production and the building was used as a soup kitchen and homeless shelter.[13] The plant was used as an engineering design facility from 1930–1956; during World War II, the factory produced P-80 Lockheed Shooting Star Planes, FG-4 (F4U-4) Corsair Shipboard Fighters, and some assemblies for B-25 Mitchell bombers.[13] After 1956, the plant was used to build Cadillac limousine bodies; GM closed the plant in 1984. After GM left, several paint companies used the building; it closed for good in 1994. In 1999, as a result of unpaid property taxes, the building became the property of the City of Detroit and was re-addressed as 6051 Hastings St. : Abandoned, Abandoned Auto Factory, Abandoned Automobile Factory, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Fisher Plant #21, Michigan, North America, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-03-27 93223 WTA 5DSR  The Fisher Body Plant 21 is located on the southeast corner of Piquette and St. Antoine.  It was designed in 1921 by Albert Kahn for Fisher Body, who manufactured Buick and Cadillac bodies in the plant until 1925.  The plant is six stories tall, with a footprint of 200 feet (61 m) by 581 feet (177 m) and an interior area of 536,000 square feet.  During the Great Depression, Fisher suspended production and the building was used as a soup kitchen and homeless shelter.[13] The plant was used as an engineering design facility from 1930–1956; during World War II, the factory produced P-80 Lockheed Shooting Star Planes, FG-4 (F4U-4) Corsair Shipboard Fighters, and some assemblies for B-25 Mitchell bombers.[13] After 1956, the plant was used to build Cadillac limousine bodies; GM closed the plant in 1984. After GM left, several paint companies used the building; it closed for good in 1994. In 1999, as a result of unpaid property taxes, the building became the property of the City of Detroit and was re-addressed as 6051 Hastings St. : Abandoned, Abandoned Auto Factory, Abandoned Automobile Factory, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Fisher Plant #21, Michigan, North America, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-03-27 93207 WTA 5DSR  The Fisher Body Plant 21 is located on the southeast corner of Piquette and St. Antoine.  It was designed in 1921 by Albert Kahn for Fisher Body, who manufactured Buick and Cadillac bodies in the plant until 1925.  The plant is six stories tall, with a footprint of 200 feet (61 m) by 581 feet (177 m) and an interior area of 536,000 square feet.  During the Great Depression, Fisher suspended production and the building was used as a soup kitchen and homeless shelter.[13] The plant was used as an engineering design facility from 1930–1956; during World War II, the factory produced P-80 Lockheed Shooting Star Planes, FG-4 (F4U-4) Corsair Shipboard Fighters, and some assemblies for B-25 Mitchell bombers.[13] After 1956, the plant was used to build Cadillac limousine bodies; GM closed the plant in 1984. After GM left, several paint companies used the building; it closed for good in 1994. In 1999, as a result of unpaid property taxes, the building became the property of the City of Detroit and was re-addressed as 6051 Hastings St. : Abandoned, Abandoned Auto Factory, Abandoned Automobile Factory, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Fisher Plant #21, Michigan, North America, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-03-27 93043 WTA 5DSR  The Fisher Body Plant 21 is located on the southeast corner of Piquette and St. Antoine.  It was designed in 1921 by Albert Kahn for Fisher Body, who manufactured Buick and Cadillac bodies in the plant until 1925.  The plant is six stories tall, with a footprint of 200 feet (61 m) by 581 feet (177 m) and an interior area of 536,000 square feet.  During the Great Depression, Fisher suspended production and the building was used as a soup kitchen and homeless shelter.[13] The plant was used as an engineering design facility from 1930–1956; during World War II, the factory produced P-80 Lockheed Shooting Star Planes, FG-4 (F4U-4) Corsair Shipboard Fighters, and some assemblies for B-25 Mitchell bombers.[13] After 1956, the plant was used to build Cadillac limousine bodies; GM closed the plant in 1984. After GM left, several paint companies used the building; it closed for good in 1994. In 1999, as a result of unpaid property taxes, the building became the property of the City of Detroit and was re-addressed as 6051 Hastings St. : Abandoned, Abandoned Auto Factory, Abandoned Automobile Factory, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, Detroit, Fisher Plant #21, Graffiti, Michigan, North America, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Art, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-03-27 93193 WTA 5DSR  The Fisher Body Plant 21 is located on the southeast corner of Piquette and St. Antoine.  It was designed in 1921 by Albert Kahn for Fisher Body, who manufactured Buick and Cadillac bodies in the plant until 1925.  The plant is six stories tall, with a footprint of 200 feet (61 m) by 581 feet (177 m) and an interior area of 536,000 square feet.  During the Great Depression, Fisher suspended production and the building was used as a soup kitchen and homeless shelter.[13] The plant was used as an engineering design facility from 1930–1956; during World War II, the factory produced P-80 Lockheed Shooting Star Planes, FG-4 (F4U-4) Corsair Shipboard Fighters, and some assemblies for B-25 Mitchell bombers.[13] After 1956, the plant was used to build Cadillac limousine bodies; GM closed the plant in 1984. After GM left, several paint companies used the building; it closed for good in 1994. In 1999, as a result of unpaid property taxes, the building became the property of the City of Detroit and was re-addressed as 6051 Hastings St. : Abandoned, Abandoned Auto Factory, Abandoned Automobile Factory, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Fisher Plant #21, Michigan, North America, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration
2016-03-27 93179 WTA 5DSR HDR  The Fisher Body Plant 21 is located on the southeast corner of Piquette and St. Antoine.  It was designed in 1921 by Albert Kahn for Fisher Body, who manufactured Buick and Cadillac bodies in the plant until 1925.  The plant is six stories tall, with a footprint of 200 feet (61 m) by 581 feet (177 m) and an interior area of 536,000 square feet.  During the Great Depression, Fisher suspended production and the building was used as a soup kitchen and homeless shelter.[13] The plant was used as an engineering design facility from 1930–1956; during World War II, the factory produced P-80 Lockheed Shooting Star Planes, FG-4 (F4U-4) Corsair Shipboard Fighters, and some assemblies for B-25 Mitchell bombers.[13] After 1956, the plant was used to build Cadillac limousine bodies; GM closed the plant in 1984. After GM left, several paint companies used the building; it closed for good in 1994. In 1999, as a result of unpaid property taxes, the building became the property of the City of Detroit and was re-addressed as 6051 Hastings St. : Abandoned, Abandoned Auto Factory, Abandoned Automobile Factory, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Fisher Plant #21, Michigan, North America, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-03-27 93065 WTA 5DSR HDR-3  The Fisher Body Plant 21 is located on the southeast corner of Piquette and St. Antoine.  It was designed in 1921 by Albert Kahn for Fisher Body, who manufactured Buick and Cadillac bodies in the plant until 1925.  The plant is six stories tall, with a footprint of 200 feet (61 m) by 581 feet (177 m) and an interior area of 536,000 square feet.  During the Great Depression, Fisher suspended production and the building was used as a soup kitchen and homeless shelter.[13] The plant was used as an engineering design facility from 1930–1956; during World War II, the factory produced P-80 Lockheed Shooting Star Planes, FG-4 (F4U-4) Corsair Shipboard Fighters, and some assemblies for B-25 Mitchell bombers.[13] After 1956, the plant was used to build Cadillac limousine bodies; GM closed the plant in 1984. After GM left, several paint companies used the building; it closed for good in 1994. In 1999, as a result of unpaid property taxes, the building became the property of the City of Detroit and was re-addressed as 6051 Hastings St. : Abandoned, Abandoned Auto Factory, Abandoned Automobile Factory, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, Detroit, Fisher Plant #21, Michigan, North America, Reflection, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-03-27 92861 WTA 5DSR-2  Harry B. Hutchins Intermediate School, located on the north side of Detroit, was part of a new wave of education in the city when it opened in 1922.   Despite the strong academic performance of the school, enrollment continued to decline. In 2007, the Hutchins program and its 372 students were moved to the newer McMichael School on McGraw and 16th Streets, about 20 blocks southwest. Many parents decided to switch schools rather than have their children walking such a long distance through dilapidated neighborhoods. The Hutchins building became the new home for the Crosman Alternative School, which moved out of their old building a few blocks away. The program started out with 309 students in 2007, but had fallen to 229 students by 2009. Crosman at Hutchins closed that year. Two years later in 2011, the once successful Hutchins at McMichael program closed as well.  Scrappers found their way into the building in the summer of 2013, and within a few months had stripped it clean of most of its metal. : Abandoned, Abandoned  School, Abandoned Building, Abandoned School, Abandoned School Building, Abandoned Schools, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Creepy, DPS, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Hutchins Intermediate, Hutchins Intermediate / Crosman Alternative School, Michigan, North America, Public Schools, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-03-27 92861 WTA 5DSR  Harry B. Hutchins Intermediate School, located on the north side of Detroit, was part of a new wave of education in the city when it opened in 1922.   Despite the strong academic performance of the school, enrollment continued to decline. In 2007, the Hutchins program and its 372 students were moved to the newer McMichael School on McGraw and 16th Streets, about 20 blocks southwest. Many parents decided to switch schools rather than have their children walking such a long distance through dilapidated neighborhoods. The Hutchins building became the new home for the Crosman Alternative School, which moved out of their old building a few blocks away. The program started out with 309 students in 2007, but had fallen to 229 students by 2009. Crosman at Hutchins closed that year. Two years later in 2011, the once successful Hutchins at McMichael program closed as well.  Scrappers found their way into the building in the summer of 2013, and within a few months had stripped it clean of most of its metal. : Abandoned, Abandoned  School, Abandoned Building, Abandoned School, Abandoned School Building, Abandoned Schools, ApMadoc, Creepy, DPS, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Hutchins Intermediate, Hutchins Intermediate / Crosman Alternative School, Michigan, North America, Public Schools, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-03-27 00267 WTA Phantom4 - pano - 12 images v2-Edit  Detroit Panorama - Phantom 4 - 12 images  Original is 15959 x 2572 : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Aerial, Aerial Photo, ApMadoc, Blight, DJI, DJI Phantom, DJI Phantom 4, Decay, Detroit, Drone, Michigan, Panorama, Phantom 4, Quad Copter, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration
2016-03-27 92800 WTA 5DSR-2  Harry B. Hutchins Intermediate School, located on the north side of Detroit, was part of a new wave of education in the city when it opened in 1922.   Despite the strong academic performance of the school, enrollment continued to decline. In 2007, the Hutchins program and its 372 students were moved to the newer McMichael School on McGraw and 16th Streets, about 20 blocks southwest. Many parents decided to switch schools rather than have their children walking such a long distance through dilapidated neighborhoods. The Hutchins building became the new home for the Crosman Alternative School, which moved out of their old building a few blocks away. The program started out with 309 students in 2007, but had fallen to 229 students by 2009. Crosman at Hutchins closed that year. Two years later in 2011, the once successful Hutchins at McMichael program closed as well.  Scrappers found their way into the building in the summer of 2013, and within a few months had stripped it clean of most of its metal. : Abandoned, Abandoned  School, Abandoned Building, Abandoned School, Abandoned School Building, Abandoned Schools, ApMadoc, Creepy, DPS, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Hutchins Intermediate, Hutchins Intermediate / Crosman Alternative School, Michigan, North America, Public Schools, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-03-27 92800 WTA 5DSR  Harry B. Hutchins Intermediate School, located on the north side of Detroit, was part of a new wave of education in the city when it opened in 1922.   Despite the strong academic performance of the school, enrollment continued to decline. In 2007, the Hutchins program and its 372 students were moved to the newer McMichael School on McGraw and 16th Streets, about 20 blocks southwest. Many parents decided to switch schools rather than have their children walking such a long distance through dilapidated neighborhoods. The Hutchins building became the new home for the Crosman Alternative School, which moved out of their old building a few blocks away. The program started out with 309 students in 2007, but had fallen to 229 students by 2009. Crosman at Hutchins closed that year. Two years later in 2011, the once successful Hutchins at McMichael program closed as well.  Scrappers found their way into the building in the summer of 2013, and within a few months had stripped it clean of most of its metal. : Abandoned, Abandoned  School, Abandoned Building, Abandoned School, Abandoned School Building, Abandoned Schools, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Creepy, DPS, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Hutchins Intermediate, Hutchins Intermediate / Crosman Alternative School, Michigan, Minimalist, North America, Public Schools, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-02-21 87468 WTA 5DSR  Oakman Elementary Orthopedic School : Abandoned, Abandoned  School, Abandoned Building, Abandoned School, Abandoned Schools, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Detroit Public Schools, Michigan, North America, School, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-02-21 87595 WTA 5DSR HDR  Kelvinator Building - Being a very successful firm in the mid-1920s, Kelvinator’s management decided to erect a massive manufacturing plant and an impressive office building in a vacant area of Detroit.  The offices of the firm were to be located in the building you see.  The firm had the funds to spend generously on architectural details  - Eventually the building was used by Chrysler engineering, abandoned in 2009 : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Kelvinator, Kelvinator Building, Michigan, North America, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-03-27 92740 WTA 5DSR HDR  Harry B. Hutchins Intermediate School, located on the north side of Detroit, was part of a new wave of education in the city when it opened in 1922.   Despite the strong academic performance of the school, enrollment continued to decline. In 2007, the Hutchins program and its 372 students were moved to the newer McMichael School on McGraw and 16th Streets, about 20 blocks southwest. Many parents decided to switch schools rather than have their children walking such a long distance through dilapidated neighborhoods. The Hutchins building became the new home for the Crosman Alternative School, which moved out of their old building a few blocks away. The program started out with 309 students in 2007, but had fallen to 229 students by 2009. Crosman at Hutchins closed that year. Two years later in 2011, the once successful Hutchins at McMichael program closed as well.  Scrappers found their way into the building in the summer of 2013, and within a few months had stripped it clean of most of its metal. : Abandoned, Abandoned  School, Abandoned Building, Abandoned School, Abandoned School Building, Abandoned Schools, ApMadoc, DPS, Detroit, Hutchins Intermediate, Hutchins Intermediate / Crosman Alternative School, Michigan, North America, Public Schools, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration
2016-02-21 87410 WTA 5DSR  Oakman Elementary Orthopedic School : Abandoned, Abandoned  School, Abandoned Building, Abandoned School, Abandoned Schools, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Detroit Public Schools, Michigan, North America, School, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-02-21 87337 WTA 5DSR  Oakman Elementary Orthopedic School : Abandoned, Abandoned  School, Abandoned Building, Abandoned School, Abandoned Schools, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Detroit Public Schools, Michigan, North America, School, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-02-21 87266 WTA 5DSR  Oakman Elementary Orthopedic School : Abandoned, Abandoned  School, Abandoned Building, Abandoned School, Abandoned Schools, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Chalkboard, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Detroit Public Schools, Michigan, North America, School, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-02-21 87218 WTA 5DSR-3  Oakman Elementary Orthopedic School : Abandoned, Abandoned  School, Abandoned Building, Abandoned School, Abandoned Schools, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Detroit Public Schools, Michigan, North America, School, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-02-20 86950 WTA 5DSR HDR-3 : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Church, ApMadoc, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Michigan, North America, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration
2016-02-20 86843 WTA 5DSR : Abandoned, Abandoned Automobile Factory, ApMadoc, Detroit, Michigan, North America, Packard Plant, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-01-26 86164 WTA 5DSR  Northville Regional Psychiatric Hospital (NRPH) is located on a large (400+ acres) property on 7 Mile Road on the eastern side of the township. It was built in 1952 and was closed in 2003. As of 2011, the NRPH is standing and there are plans to demolish the buildings and clean the property. : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Hospital, Abandoned State Hospital, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Michigan, Monochrome, Northville, Northville State Hospital, Stairway, Stairwell, State Hospital, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-01-26 86227 WTA 5DSR  Northville Regional Psychiatric Hospital (NRPH) is located on a large (400+ acres) property on 7 Mile Road on the eastern side of the township. It was built in 1952 and was closed in 2003. As of 2011, the NRPH is standing and there are plans to demolish the buildings and clean the property. : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Hospital, Abandoned State Hospital, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Michigan, Monochrome, Northville, Northville State Hospital, Stairway, Stairwell, State Hospital, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-02-20 86747 WTA 5DSR  Abandoned Home : Abandoned Home, ApMadoc, Clouds, Detroit, Michigan, North America, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration, Weeds, Yellow 2016-01-26 86116 WTA 5DSR  Northville Regional Psychiatric Hospital (NRPH) is located on a large (400+ acres) property on 7 Mile Road on the eastern side of the township. It was built in 1952 and was closed in 2003. As of 2011, the NRPH is standing and there are plans to demolish the buildings and clean the property. : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Hospital, Abandoned State Hospital, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Michigan, Monochrome, Northville, Northville State Hospital, State Hospital, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration
2016-01-26 85818 WTA 5DSR  Northville Regional Psychiatric Hospital (NRPH) is located on a large (400+ acres) property on 7 Mile Road on the eastern side of the township. It was built in 1952 and was closed in 2003. As of 2011, the NRPH is standing and there are plans to demolish the buildings and clean the property. : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Hospital, Abandoned State Hospital, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Michigan, Monochrome, Northville, Northville State Hospital, State Hospital, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2015-12-20 85257 WTA 5DSR : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Factory, Albert Kahn, ApMadoc, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Kahn, Michigan, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-01-26 85837 WTA 5DSR HDR  Northville Regional Psychiatric Hospital (NRPH) is located on a large (400+ acres) property on 7 Mile Road on the eastern side of the township. It was built in 1952 and was closed in 2003. As of 2011, the NRPH is standing and there are plans to demolish the buildings and clean the property. : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Hospital, Abandoned State Hospital, ApMadoc, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Maintenance Room, Michigan, Northville, Northville State Hospital, State Hospital, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration, Utility Room 2015-12-20 85224 WTA 5DSR : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Factory, Albert Kahn, ApMadoc, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Kahn, Michigan, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2015-12-20 85149 WTA 5DSR : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Factory, Albert Kahn, ApMadoc, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Kahn, Michigan, Shadow, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration
2015-12-20 84884 WTA 5DSR : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Factory, Albert Kahn, ApMadoc, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Kahn, Michigan, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2015-12-20 84951 WTA 5DSR : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Factory, Albert Kahn, ApMadoc, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Kahn, Michigan, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2015-12-20 84877 WTA 5DSR : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Factory, Albert Kahn, ApMadoc, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Kahn, Michigan, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2015-12-20 84855 WTA 5DSR HDR : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Factory, Albert Kahn, ApMadoc, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Kahn, Michigan, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2015-09-12 78715 WTA 5DSR-4  This is a Vernors sign fromt he 1940's era, it was covered up when a building was built next door.  That building was torn town week of September 10, 2015 rexposing the original Vernors sign : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, ApMadoc, Decay, Detroit, Michigan, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration, Vernors, Vernors Sign
2015-09-12 78663 WTA 5DSR-2-2  Sampson Elementary School : Abandoned, Abandoned  School, Abandoned Building, Abandoned School, Abandoned School Building, Abandoned Schools, ApMadoc, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Michigan, Sampson Elementary School, Shadow, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2015-09-12 78663 WTA 5DSR-3  Sampson Elementary School : Abandoned, Abandoned  School, Abandoned Building, Abandoned School, Abandoned School Building, Abandoned Schools, ApMadoc, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Michigan, Sampson Elementary School, Shadow, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2015-09-12 78715 WTA 5DSR-Edit  This is a Vernors sign fromt he 1940's era, it was covered up when a building was built next door.  That building was torn town week of September 10, 2015 rexposing the original Vernors sign : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, ApMadoc, Decay, Detroit, Michigan, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration, Vernors, Vernors Sign 2015-09-12 78332 WTA 5DSR  Construction started on the permanent location of St. Agnes, with the school built in 1916, and the convent a year later. After considering several possibilities for a sanctuary, the parish chose a gothic design by the firm of Van Leyen, Schilling, Keough, and Reynolds, and started work in 1922. The cornerstone of the church was laid in a ceremony on September 10 by Bishop Michael James Gallagher; construction of the 1,500 seat sanctuary was completed in 1924, and the church was dedicated on June 1st. Later in the year the church took delivery of a custom-built pipe organ by the firm of Casavant Frères, Opus #1035. : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Church, ApMadoc, Catholic Church, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Michigan, Shadow, St. Agnes Church, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2015-09-12 78262 WTA 5DSR  Construction started on the permanent location of St. Agnes, with the school built in 1916, and the convent a year later. After considering several possibilities for a sanctuary, the parish chose a gothic design by the firm of Van Leyen, Schilling, Keough, and Reynolds, and started work in 1922. The cornerstone of the church was laid in a ceremony on September 10 by Bishop Michael James Gallagher; construction of the 1,500 seat sanctuary was completed in 1924, and the church was dedicated on June 1st. Later in the year the church took delivery of a custom-built pipe organ by the firm of Casavant Frères, Opus #1035. : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Church, ApMadoc, Catholic Church, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Michigan, Shadow, St. Agnes Church, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration
2015-09-12 78165 WTA 5DSR  The Fisher Body Plant 21 is located on the southeast corner of Piquette and St. Antoine.  It was designed in 1921 by Albert Kahn for Fisher Body, who manufactured Buick and Cadillac bodies in the plant until 1925.  The plant is six stories tall, with a footprint of 200 feet (61 m) by 581 feet (177 m) and an interior area of 536,000 square feet.  During the Great Depression, Fisher suspended production and the building was used as a soup kitchen and homeless shelter.[13] The plant was used as an engineering design facility from 1930–1956; during World War II, the factory produced P-80 Lockheed Shooting Star Planes, FG-4 (F4U-4) Corsair Shipboard Fighters, and some assemblies for B-25 Mitchell bombers.[13] After 1956, the plant was used to build Cadillac limousine bodies; GM closed the plant in 1984. After GM left, several paint companies used the building; it closed for good in 1994. In 1999, as a result of unpaid property taxes, the building became the property of the City of Detroit and was re-addressed as 6051 Hastings St. : Abandoned, Abandoned Auto Factory, Abandoned Automobile Factory, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Fisher Plant #21, Michigan, Shadow, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2015-09-12 77962 WTA 5DSR  The Fisher Body Plant 21 is located on the southeast corner of Piquette and St. Antoine.  It was designed in 1921 by Albert Kahn for Fisher Body, who manufactured Buick and Cadillac bodies in the plant until 1925.  The plant is six stories tall, with a footprint of 200 feet (61 m) by 581 feet (177 m) and an interior area of 536,000 square feet.  During the Great Depression, Fisher suspended production and the building was used as a soup kitchen and homeless shelter.[13] The plant was used as an engineering design facility from 1930–1956; during World War II, the factory produced P-80 Lockheed Shooting Star Planes, FG-4 (F4U-4) Corsair Shipboard Fighters, and some assemblies for B-25 Mitchell bombers.[13] After 1956, the plant was used to build Cadillac limousine bodies; GM closed the plant in 1984. After GM left, several paint companies used the building; it closed for good in 1994. In 1999, as a result of unpaid property taxes, the building became the property of the City of Detroit and was re-addressed as 6051 Hastings St. : Abandoned, Abandoned Auto Factory, Abandoned Automobile Factory, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Fisher Plant #21, Michigan, Monochrome, Shadow, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2015-09-12 77831 WTA 5DSR  The Fisher Body Plant 21 is located on the southeast corner of Piquette and St. Antoine.  It was designed in 1921 by Albert Kahn for Fisher Body, who manufactured Buick and Cadillac bodies in the plant until 1925.  The plant is six stories tall, with a footprint of 200 feet (61 m) by 581 feet (177 m) and an interior area of 536,000 square feet.  During the Great Depression, Fisher suspended production and the building was used as a soup kitchen and homeless shelter.[13] The plant was used as an engineering design facility from 1930–1956; during World War II, the factory produced P-80 Lockheed Shooting Star Planes, FG-4 (F4U-4) Corsair Shipboard Fighters, and some assemblies for B-25 Mitchell bombers.[13] After 1956, the plant was used to build Cadillac limousine bodies; GM closed the plant in 1984. After GM left, several paint companies used the building; it closed for good in 1994. In 1999, as a result of unpaid property taxes, the building became the property of the City of Detroit and was re-addressed as 6051 Hastings St. : Abandoned, Abandoned Auto Factory, Abandoned Automobile Factory, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Fisher Plant #21, Michigan, Shadow, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2015-08-09 75441 WTA 5DSR  Kelvinator Building : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, ApMadoc, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Kelvinator, Kelvinator Building, Michigan, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2015-08-01 10-50-52 0878-WTA-5DSR  The Fisher Body Plant 21 is located on the southeast corner of Piquette and St. Antoine.  It was designed in 1921 by Albert Kahn for Fisher Body, who manufactured Buick and Cadillac bodies in the plant until 1925.  The plant is six stories tall, with a footprint of 200 feet (61 m) by 581 feet (177 m) and an interior area of 536,000 square feet.  During the Great Depression, Fisher suspended production and the building was used as a soup kitchen and homeless shelter.[13] The plant was used as an engineering design facility from 1930–1956; during World War II, the factory produced P-80 Lockheed Shooting Star Planes, FG-4 (F4U-4) Corsair Shipboard Fighters, and some assemblies for B-25 Mitchell bombers.[13] After 1956, the plant was used to build Cadillac limousine bodies; GM closed the plant in 1984. After GM left, several paint companies used the building; it closed for good in 1994. In 1999, as a result of unpaid property taxes, the building became the property of the City of Detroit and was re-addressed as 6051 Hastings St. : Abandoned, Abandoned Auto Factory, Abandoned Automobile Factory, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Fisher Plant #21, Michigan, Monochrome, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration
2015-08-09 75406 WTA 5DSR  Kelvinator Building : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, ApMadoc, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Kelvinator, Kelvinator Building, Michigan, Minimalist, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2015-08-01 01939 WTA 5DSR  Construction started on the permanent location of St. Agnes, with the school built in 1916, and the convent a year later. After considering several possibilities for a sanctuary, the parish chose a gothic design by the firm of Van Leyen, Schilling, Keough, and Reynolds, and started work in 1922. The cornerstone of the church was laid in a ceremony on September 10 by Bishop Michael James Gallagher; construction of the 1,500 seat sanctuary was completed in 1924, and the church was dedicated on June 1st. Later in the year the church took delivery of a custom-built pipe organ by the firm of Casavant Frères, Opus #1035. : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Church, ApMadoc, Blight, Catholic Church, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Michigan, Saint Agnes, St. Agnes Church, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2015-08-01 01806 WTA 5DSR  The Fisher Body Plant 21 is located on the southeast corner of Piquette and St. Antoine.  It was designed in 1921 by Albert Kahn for Fisher Body, who manufactured Buick and Cadillac bodies in the plant until 1925.  The plant is six stories tall, with a footprint of 200 feet (61 m) by 581 feet (177 m) and an interior area of 536,000 square feet.  During the Great Depression, Fisher suspended production and the building was used as a soup kitchen and homeless shelter.[13] The plant was used as an engineering design facility from 1930–1956; during World War II, the factory produced P-80 Lockheed Shooting Star Planes, FG-4 (F4U-4) Corsair Shipboard Fighters, and some assemblies for B-25 Mitchell bombers.[13] After 1956, the plant was used to build Cadillac limousine bodies; GM closed the plant in 1984. After GM left, several paint companies used the building; it closed for good in 1994. In 1999, as a result of unpaid property taxes, the building became the property of the City of Detroit and was re-addressed as 6051 Hastings St. : Abandoned, Abandoned Auto Factory, Abandoned Automobile Factory, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Fisher Plant #21, Michigan, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2015-08-01 01311 WTA 5DSR  Andrew Jackson Intermediate was a school located on the east side of Detroit. Jackson was designed by the firm of B.C. Wetzel & Co., with the main part of the school built in 1928.  Jackson is one of Detroit's more unique schools in terms of design, using orange brick, masonry quoins along the edges of the building, and balustrades along the roof. Two lanterns are located above the main entrances facing the street. Though large, they appear to be purely ornamental, and are empty. The layout is fairly typical of schools designed in the late 20's, with a main hallway along which classrooms are located, and wings located on the ends. Jackson has an extra classroom wing on the north side of the building, and a cafeteria wing on the south side. Located in the center are the auditorium, which took up two floors, and a library on the third floor. The plan allowed for easy expansion of the school should the need arise. : Abandoned, Abandoned  School, Abandoned Building, Abandoned School, Abandoned School Building, Abandoned Schools, Andrew Jackson Intermediate School, Andrew Jackson School, ApMadoc, Blight, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Detroit Public Schools, Intermediate School, Michigan, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2015-08-01 10-27-54 0707-WTA-5DSR  The Fisher Body Plant 21 is located on the southeast corner of Piquette and St. Antoine.  It was designed in 1921 by Albert Kahn for Fisher Body, who manufactured Buick and Cadillac bodies in the plant until 1925.  The plant is six stories tall, with a footprint of 200 feet (61 m) by 581 feet (177 m) and an interior area of 536,000 square feet.  During the Great Depression, Fisher suspended production and the building was used as a soup kitchen and homeless shelter.[13] The plant was used as an engineering design facility from 1930–1956; during World War II, the factory produced P-80 Lockheed Shooting Star Planes, FG-4 (F4U-4) Corsair Shipboard Fighters, and some assemblies for B-25 Mitchell bombers.[13] After 1956, the plant was used to build Cadillac limousine bodies; GM closed the plant in 1984. After GM left, several paint companies used the building; it closed for good in 1994. In 1999, as a result of unpaid property taxes, the building became the property of the City of Detroit and was re-addressed as 6051 Hastings St. : Abandoned, Abandoned Auto Factory, Abandoned Automobile Factory, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Fisher Plant #21, Michigan, Monochrome, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration
2015-08-01 09-50-10 0632-WTA-5DSR : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2015-08-01 01758 WTA 5DSR HDR  The Fisher Body Plant 21 is located on the southeast corner of Piquette and St. Antoine.  It was designed in 1921 by Albert Kahn for Fisher Body, who manufactured Buick and Cadillac bodies in the plant until 1925.  The plant is six stories tall, with a footprint of 200 feet (61 m) by 581 feet (177 m) and an interior area of 536,000 square feet.  During the Great Depression, Fisher suspended production and the building was used as a soup kitchen and homeless shelter.[13] The plant was used as an engineering design facility from 1930–1956; during World War II, the factory produced P-80 Lockheed Shooting Star Planes, FG-4 (F4U-4) Corsair Shipboard Fighters, and some assemblies for B-25 Mitchell bombers.[13] After 1956, the plant was used to build Cadillac limousine bodies; GM closed the plant in 1984. After GM left, several paint companies used the building; it closed for good in 1994. In 1999, as a result of unpaid property taxes, the building became the property of the City of Detroit and was re-addressed as 6051 Hastings St. : Abandoned, Abandoned Auto Factory, Abandoned Automobile Factory, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, Detroit, Fisher Plant #21, Michigan, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2015-08-01 08-04-42 0101-WTA-5DSR  The Eastown opened in a largely residential area on Harper Avenue near Van Dyke at 6:30 p.m. Oct. 1, 1931, with the movie “Sporting Blood,” starring Clark Gable. Advertisements in newspapers at the time declared the theater’s opening as the “dawn of a new entertainment era” and invited Detroiters to “thrill to the glory of Detroit’s newest, finest Palace of Happiness.’” The ads also proclaimed the theater’s opening as “the most glorious event in the history of east Detroit.” Business owners and merchants in the neighborhood pitched in by decorating the surrounding streets for the grand opening.  With 2,500 seats, it was comparable in size and elegance to most of the downtown theaters. The Eastown was built solely for “talking pictures,” and when it opened, admission was 15 cents for afternoons, a quarter for evenings and 35 cents for Saturday and Sunday evenings. Children got in any time for a dime. Patrons would get dressed up for a night at the movies, and uniformed ushers would guide them to their seats. : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Theater, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Eastown Theater, Michigan, Monochrome, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2015-05-31 73452 WTA 5DM3  St. Margaret Mary Catholic Church and school located on the east side of Detroit, rose and fell with the fortunes of the city. : Abandoned, Abandoned  School, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Door, Abandoned Schools, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Blight, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Door, Michigan, Monochrome, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2015-05-31 73420 WTA 5DM3-2-2  St. Margaret Mary Catholic Church and school located on the east side of Detroit, rose and fell with the fortunes of the city. : Abandoned, Abandoned  School, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Schools, ApMadoc, Blight, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Michigan, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration
2015-05-31 73420 WTA 5DM3-3  St. Margaret Mary Catholic Church and school located on the east side of Detroit, rose and fell with the fortunes of the city. : Abandoned, Abandoned  School, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Schools, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Blight, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2015-05-31 73406 WTA 5DM3-2-2  St. Margaret Mary Catholic Church and school located on the east side of Detroit, rose and fell with the fortunes of the city. : Abandoned, Abandoned  School, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Schools, ApMadoc, Blight, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Michigan, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2015-05-31 73406 WTA 5DM3-3  St. Margaret Mary Catholic Church and school located on the east side of Detroit, rose and fell with the fortunes of the city. : Abandoned, Abandoned  School, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Schools, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Blight, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2015-05-31 73393 WTA 5DM3-2-2  St. Margaret Mary Catholic Church and school located on the east side of Detroit, rose and fell with the fortunes of the city. : Abandoned, Abandoned  School, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Schools, ApMadoc, Blight, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Michigan, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2015-05-31 73393 WTA 5DM3-3  St. Margaret Mary Catholic Church and school located on the east side of Detroit, rose and fell with the fortunes of the city. : Abandoned, Abandoned  School, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Schools, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Blight, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration
2015-05-31 73291 WTA 5DM3 : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Church, ApMadoc, Blight, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Michigan, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2015-05-31 73103 WTA 5DM3 : Abandoned, Abandoned  School, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Schools, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Blight, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2015-05-31 72928 WTA 5DM3  The Fisher Body Plant 21 is located on the southeast corner of Piquette and St. Antoine.  It was designed in 1921 by Albert Kahn for Fisher Body, who manufactured Buick and Cadillac bodies in the plant until 1925.  The plant is six stories tall, with a footprint of 200 feet (61 m) by 581 feet (177 m) and an interior area of 536,000 square feet.  During the Great Depression, Fisher suspended production and the building was used as a soup kitchen and homeless shelter.[13] The plant was used as an engineering design facility from 1930–1956; during World War II, the factory produced P-80 Lockheed Shooting Star Planes, FG-4 (F4U-4) Corsair Shipboard Fighters, and some assemblies for B-25 Mitchell bombers.[13] After 1956, the plant was used to build Cadillac limousine bodies; GM closed the plant in 1984. After GM left, several paint companies used the building; it closed for good in 1994. In 1999, as a result of unpaid property taxes, the building became the property of the City of Detroit and was re-addressed as 6051 Hastings St. : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Blight, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Fisher Plant #21, Michigan, Monochrome, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2015-05-31 72894 WTA 5DM3  The Fisher Body Plant 21 is located on the southeast corner of Piquette and St. Antoine.  It was designed in 1921 by Albert Kahn for Fisher Body, who manufactured Buick and Cadillac bodies in the plant until 1925.  The plant is six stories tall, with a footprint of 200 feet (61 m) by 581 feet (177 m) and an interior area of 536,000 square feet.  During the Great Depression, Fisher suspended production and the building was used as a soup kitchen and homeless shelter.[13] The plant was used as an engineering design facility from 1930–1956; during World War II, the factory produced P-80 Lockheed Shooting Star Planes, FG-4 (F4U-4) Corsair Shipboard Fighters, and some assemblies for B-25 Mitchell bombers.[13] After 1956, the plant was used to build Cadillac limousine bodies; GM closed the plant in 1984. After GM left, several paint companies used the building; it closed for good in 1994. In 1999, as a result of unpaid property taxes, the building became the property of the City of Detroit and was re-addressed as 6051 Hastings St. : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Blight, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Fisher Plant #21, Michigan, Monochrome, Reflection, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2015-05-31 72874 WTA 5DM3  The Fisher Body Plant 21 is located on the southeast corner of Piquette and St. Antoine.  It was designed in 1921 by Albert Kahn for Fisher Body, who manufactured Buick and Cadillac bodies in the plant until 1925.  The plant is six stories tall, with a footprint of 200 feet (61 m) by 581 feet (177 m) and an interior area of 536,000 square feet.  During the Great Depression, Fisher suspended production and the building was used as a soup kitchen and homeless shelter.[13] The plant was used as an engineering design facility from 1930–1956; during World War II, the factory produced P-80 Lockheed Shooting Star Planes, FG-4 (F4U-4) Corsair Shipboard Fighters, and some assemblies for B-25 Mitchell bombers.[13] After 1956, the plant was used to build Cadillac limousine bodies; GM closed the plant in 1984. After GM left, several paint companies used the building; it closed for good in 1994. In 1999, as a result of unpaid property taxes, the building became the property of the City of Detroit and was re-addressed as 6051 Hastings St. : Abandoned Building, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, Blight, Decay, Detroit, Fisher Plant #21, Michigan, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Art, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration
2015-04-11 72752 WTA 5DM3  Boblo Island Boat Dock Warehouse : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Warehouse, ApMadoc, Blight, Decay, Detroit, Detroit Harbor Terminals, Graffiti, Michigan, Reflection, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Art, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2015-05-03 73099 WTA 5DM3 HDR : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Cadillac Car Factory, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Hudson Motors, Michigan, Monochrome, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2015-04-11 72738 WTA 5DM3  Boblo Island Boat Dock Warehouse : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Warehouse, ApMadoc, Blight, Decay, Detroit, Detroit Harbor Terminals, Graffiti, Michigan, Mural, Reflection, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Art, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2015-04-11 72707 WTA 5DM3  Boblo Island Boat Dock Warehouse : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Warehouse, ApMadoc, Blight, Decay, Detroit, Detroit Harbor Terminals, Graffiti, Michigan, Mural, Reflection, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Art, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2015-04-11 72521 WTA 5DM3  The Fisher Body Plant 21 is located on the southeast corner of Piquette and St. Antoine.  It was designed in 1921 by Albert Kahn for Fisher Body, who manufactured Buick and Cadillac bodies in the plant until 1925.  The plant is six stories tall, with a footprint of 200 feet (61 m) by 581 feet (177 m) and an interior area of 536,000 square feet.  During the Great Depression, Fisher suspended production and the building was used as a soup kitchen and homeless shelter.[13] The plant was used as an engineering design facility from 1930–1956; during World War II, the factory produced P-80 Lockheed Shooting Star Planes, FG-4 (F4U-4) Corsair Shipboard Fighters, and some assemblies for B-25 Mitchell bombers.[13] After 1956, the plant was used to build Cadillac limousine bodies; GM closed the plant in 1984. After GM left, several paint companies used the building; it closed for good in 1994. In 1999, as a result of unpaid property taxes, the building became the property of the City of Detroit and was re-addressed as 6051 Hastings St. : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, Detroit, Fisher Plant #21, Michigan, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration
2015-04-11 72619 WTA 5DM3  Boblo Island Boat Dock Warehouse : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Warehouse, ApMadoc, Blight, Decay, Detroit, Detroit Harbor Terminals, Graffiti, Michigan, Reflection, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Art, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2015-04-11 72424 WTA 5DM3 HDR  The Fisher Body Plant 21 is located on the southeast corner of Piquette and St. Antoine.  It was designed in 1921 by Albert Kahn for Fisher Body, who manufactured Buick and Cadillac bodies in the plant until 1925.  The plant is six stories tall, with a footprint of 200 feet (61 m) by 581 feet (177 m) and an interior area of 536,000 square feet.  During the Great Depression, Fisher suspended production and the building was used as a soup kitchen and homeless shelter.[13] The plant was used as an engineering design facility from 1930–1956; during World War II, the factory produced P-80 Lockheed Shooting Star Planes, FG-4 (F4U-4) Corsair Shipboard Fighters, and some assemblies for B-25 Mitchell bombers.[13] After 1956, the plant was used to build Cadillac limousine bodies; GM closed the plant in 1984. After GM left, several paint companies used the building; it closed for good in 1994. In 1999, as a result of unpaid property taxes, the building became the property of the City of Detroit and was re-addressed as 6051 Hastings St. : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, Detroit, Fisher Plant #21, Michigan, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2015-04-11 72392 WTA 5DM3 HDR-2-2  The Fisher Body Plant 21 is located on the southeast corner of Piquette and St. Antoine.  It was designed in 1921 by Albert Kahn for Fisher Body, who manufactured Buick and Cadillac bodies in the plant until 1925.  The plant is six stories tall, with a footprint of 200 feet (61 m) by 581 feet (177 m) and an interior area of 536,000 square feet.  During the Great Depression, Fisher suspended production and the building was used as a soup kitchen and homeless shelter.[13] The plant was used as an engineering design facility from 1930–1956; during World War II, the factory produced P-80 Lockheed Shooting Star Planes, FG-4 (F4U-4) Corsair Shipboard Fighters, and some assemblies for B-25 Mitchell bombers.[13] After 1956, the plant was used to build Cadillac limousine bodies; GM closed the plant in 1984. After GM left, several paint companies used the building; it closed for good in 1994. In 1999, as a result of unpaid property taxes, the building became the property of the City of Detroit and was re-addressed as 6051 Hastings St. : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Fisher Plant #21, Michigan, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2015-04-11 72247 WTA 5DM3 HDR 1-3  The Fisher Body Plant 21 is located on the southeast corner of Piquette and St. Antoine.  It was designed in 1921 by Albert Kahn for Fisher Body, who manufactured Buick and Cadillac bodies in the plant until 1925.  The plant is six stories tall, with a footprint of 200 feet (61 m) by 581 feet (177 m) and an interior area of 536,000 square feet.  During the Great Depression, Fisher suspended production and the building was used as a soup kitchen and homeless shelter.[13] The plant was used as an engineering design facility from 1930–1956; during World War II, the factory produced P-80 Lockheed Shooting Star Planes, FG-4 (F4U-4) Corsair Shipboard Fighters, and some assemblies for B-25 Mitchell bombers.[13] After 1956, the plant was used to build Cadillac limousine bodies; GM closed the plant in 1984. After GM left, several paint companies used the building; it closed for good in 1994. In 1999, as a result of unpaid property taxes, the building became the property of the City of Detroit and was re-addressed as 6051 Hastings St. : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Fisher Plant #21, Michigan, Reflection, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2015-04-11 72392 WTA 5DM3 HDR-3  The Fisher Body Plant 21 is located on the southeast corner of Piquette and St. Antoine.  It was designed in 1921 by Albert Kahn for Fisher Body, who manufactured Buick and Cadillac bodies in the plant until 1925.  The plant is six stories tall, with a footprint of 200 feet (61 m) by 581 feet (177 m) and an interior area of 536,000 square feet.  During the Great Depression, Fisher suspended production and the building was used as a soup kitchen and homeless shelter.[13] The plant was used as an engineering design facility from 1930–1956; during World War II, the factory produced P-80 Lockheed Shooting Star Planes, FG-4 (F4U-4) Corsair Shipboard Fighters, and some assemblies for B-25 Mitchell bombers.[13] After 1956, the plant was used to build Cadillac limousine bodies; GM closed the plant in 1984. After GM left, several paint companies used the building; it closed for good in 1994. In 1999, as a result of unpaid property taxes, the building became the property of the City of Detroit and was re-addressed as 6051 Hastings St. : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Fisher Plant #21, Michigan, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration
2015-04-11 72247 WTA 5DM3 HDR  The Fisher Body Plant 21 is located on the southeast corner of Piquette and St. Antoine.  It was designed in 1921 by Albert Kahn for Fisher Body, who manufactured Buick and Cadillac bodies in the plant until 1925.  The plant is six stories tall, with a footprint of 200 feet (61 m) by 581 feet (177 m) and an interior area of 536,000 square feet.  During the Great Depression, Fisher suspended production and the building was used as a soup kitchen and homeless shelter.[13] The plant was used as an engineering design facility from 1930–1956; during World War II, the factory produced P-80 Lockheed Shooting Star Planes, FG-4 (F4U-4) Corsair Shipboard Fighters, and some assemblies for B-25 Mitchell bombers.[13] After 1956, the plant was used to build Cadillac limousine bodies; GM closed the plant in 1984. After GM left, several paint companies used the building; it closed for good in 1994. In 1999, as a result of unpaid property taxes, the building became the property of the City of Detroit and was re-addressed as 6051 Hastings St. : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, Detroit, Fisher Plant #21, Michigan, Reflection, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2015-04-11 72247 WTA 5DM3 HDR 1-2-2  The Fisher Body Plant 21 is located on the southeast corner of Piquette and St. Antoine.  It was designed in 1921 by Albert Kahn for Fisher Body, who manufactured Buick and Cadillac bodies in the plant until 1925.  The plant is six stories tall, with a footprint of 200 feet (61 m) by 581 feet (177 m) and an interior area of 536,000 square feet.  During the Great Depression, Fisher suspended production and the building was used as a soup kitchen and homeless shelter.[13] The plant was used as an engineering design facility from 1930–1956; during World War II, the factory produced P-80 Lockheed Shooting Star Planes, FG-4 (F4U-4) Corsair Shipboard Fighters, and some assemblies for B-25 Mitchell bombers.[13] After 1956, the plant was used to build Cadillac limousine bodies; GM closed the plant in 1984. After GM left, several paint companies used the building; it closed for good in 1994. In 1999, as a result of unpaid property taxes, the building became the property of the City of Detroit and was re-addressed as 6051 Hastings St. : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, Detroit, Fisher Plant #21, Michigan, Reflection, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2015-04-11 72243 WTA 5DM3  The Fisher Body Plant 21 is located on the southeast corner of Piquette and St. Antoine.  It was designed in 1921 by Albert Kahn for Fisher Body, who manufactured Buick and Cadillac bodies in the plant until 1925.  The plant is six stories tall, with a footprint of 200 feet (61 m) by 581 feet (177 m) and an interior area of 536,000 square feet.  During the Great Depression, Fisher suspended production and the building was used as a soup kitchen and homeless shelter.[13] The plant was used as an engineering design facility from 1930–1956; during World War II, the factory produced P-80 Lockheed Shooting Star Planes, FG-4 (F4U-4) Corsair Shipboard Fighters, and some assemblies for B-25 Mitchell bombers.[13] After 1956, the plant was used to build Cadillac limousine bodies; GM closed the plant in 1984. After GM left, several paint companies used the building; it closed for good in 1994. In 1999, as a result of unpaid property taxes, the building became the property of the City of Detroit and was re-addressed as 6051 Hastings St. : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, Detroit, Fisher Plant #21, Graffiti, Michigan, Reflection, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Art, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2015-04-11 72201 WTA 5DM3  The Fisher Body Plant 21 is located on the southeast corner of Piquette and St. Antoine.  It was designed in 1921 by Albert Kahn for Fisher Body, who manufactured Buick and Cadillac bodies in the plant until 1925.  The plant is six stories tall, with a footprint of 200 feet (61 m) by 581 feet (177 m) and an interior area of 536,000 square feet.  During the Great Depression, Fisher suspended production and the building was used as a soup kitchen and homeless shelter.[13] The plant was used as an engineering design facility from 1930–1956; during World War II, the factory produced P-80 Lockheed Shooting Star Planes, FG-4 (F4U-4) Corsair Shipboard Fighters, and some assemblies for B-25 Mitchell bombers.[13] After 1956, the plant was used to build Cadillac limousine bodies; GM closed the plant in 1984. After GM left, several paint companies used the building; it closed for good in 1994. In 1999, as a result of unpaid property taxes, the building became the property of the City of Detroit and was re-addressed as 6051 Hastings St. : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, Detroit, Fisher Plant #21, Graffiti, Michigan, Mural, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Art, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2015-03-15 71236 WTA 5DM3-Edit  Construction started on the permanent location of St. Agnes, with the school built in 1916, and the convent a year later. After considering several possibilities for a sanctuary, the parish chose a gothic design by the firm of Van Leyen, Schilling, Keough, and Reynolds, and started work in 1922. The cornerstone of the church was laid in a ceremony on September 10 by Bishop Michael James Gallagher; construction of the 1,500 seat sanctuary was completed in 1924, and the church was dedicated on June 1st. Later in the year the church took delivery of a custom-built pipe organ by the firm of Casavant Frères, Opus #1035. : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Church, ApMadoc, Blight, Catholic Church, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Michigan, Rays, Saint Agnes, St. Agnes Church, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration
2015-04-11 72196 WTA 5DM3  The Fisher Body Plant 21 is located on the southeast corner of Piquette and St. Antoine.  It was designed in 1921 by Albert Kahn for Fisher Body, who manufactured Buick and Cadillac bodies in the plant until 1925.  The plant is six stories tall, with a footprint of 200 feet (61 m) by 581 feet (177 m) and an interior area of 536,000 square feet.  During the Great Depression, Fisher suspended production and the building was used as a soup kitchen and homeless shelter.[13] The plant was used as an engineering design facility from 1930–1956; during World War II, the factory produced P-80 Lockheed Shooting Star Planes, FG-4 (F4U-4) Corsair Shipboard Fighters, and some assemblies for B-25 Mitchell bombers.[13] After 1956, the plant was used to build Cadillac limousine bodies; GM closed the plant in 1984. After GM left, several paint companies used the building; it closed for good in 1994. In 1999, as a result of unpaid property taxes, the building became the property of the City of Detroit and was re-addressed as 6051 Hastings St. : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, Detroit, Fisher Plant #21, Graffiti, Michigan, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Art, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2014-09-28 51836 WTA 5DM3 - HDR pano - 203 images  The Fisher Body Plant 21 is located on the southeast corner of Piquette and St. Antoine.  It was designed in 1921 by Albert Kahn for Fisher Body, who manufactured Buick and Cadillac bodies in the plant until 1925.  The plant is six stories tall, with a footprint of 200 feet (61 m) by 581 feet (177 m) and an interior area of 536,000 square feet.  During the Great Depression, Fisher suspended production and the building was used as a soup kitchen and homeless shelter.[13] The plant was used as an engineering design facility from 1930–1956; during World War II, the factory produced P-80 Lockheed Shooting Star Planes, FG-4 (F4U-4) Corsair Shipboard Fighters, and some assemblies for B-25 Mitchell bombers.[13] After 1956, the plant was used to build Cadillac limousine bodies; GM closed the plant in 1984. After GM left, several paint companies used the building; it closed for good in 1994. In 1999, as a result of unpaid property taxes, the building became the property of the City of Detroit and was re-addressed as 6051 Hastings St. : Abandoned, Abandoned Auto Factory, Abandoned Automobile Factory, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Factory, Albert Kahn, ApMadoc, Blight, Decay, Detroit, Fisher Plant #21, Michigan, Panorama, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2015-03-15 70988 WTA 5DM3-2-2  Boblo Island Boat Dock Warehouse : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, ApMadoc, Blight, Boblo Island Dock Warehouse, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Michigan, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2015-03-15 71093 WTA 5DM3-Edit-2-2  Construction started on the permanent location of St. Agnes, with the school built in 1916, and the convent a year later. After considering several possibilities for a sanctuary, the parish chose a gothic design by the firm of Van Leyen, Schilling, Keough, and Reynolds, and started work in 1922. The cornerstone of the church was laid in a ceremony on September 10 by Bishop Michael James Gallagher; construction of the 1,500 seat sanctuary was completed in 1924, and the church was dedicated on June 1st. Later in the year the church took delivery of a custom-built pipe organ by the firm of Casavant Frères, Opus #1035. : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Church, ApMadoc, Blight, Catholic Church, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Michigan, Rays, Saint Agnes, St. Agnes Church, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2015-03-15 71093 WTA 5DM3-Edit-3  Construction started on the permanent location of St. Agnes, with the school built in 1916, and the convent a year later. After considering several possibilities for a sanctuary, the parish chose a gothic design by the firm of Van Leyen, Schilling, Keough, and Reynolds, and started work in 1922. The cornerstone of the church was laid in a ceremony on September 10 by Bishop Michael James Gallagher; construction of the 1,500 seat sanctuary was completed in 1924, and the church was dedicated on June 1st. Later in the year the church took delivery of a custom-built pipe organ by the firm of Casavant Frères, Opus #1035. : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Church, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Blight, Catholic Church, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, Rays, Saint Agnes, St. Agnes Church, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration
2014-11-30 64781 WTA 5DM3  Thomas M. Cooley High School is located at the intersection of Hubbell Avenue and Chalfonte Street, on the northwest side of Detroit, Michigan. The three-story, Mediterranean Revival-style facility opened its doors on September 4, 1928.  The school was named in honor of Thomas M. Cooley, a nineteenth-century jurist and former Chief Justice of the Michigan Supreme Court. Cooley was also a charter member, and first chairman, of the Federal Interstate Commerce Commission.  Due to budget constraints and declining enrollment, Cooley High School was closed at the end of the 2010 academic year. : Abandoned, Abandoned  School, Abandoned Building, Abandoned School, Abandoned School Building, Abandoned Schools, ApMadoc, Blight, Cooley High School, Decay, Detroit, Detroit Public Schools, Michigan, Thomas Cooley High School, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2015-03-15 70988 WTA 5DM3-3  Boblo Island Boat Dock Warehouse : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Blight, Boblo Island Dock Warehouse, Creepy, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2014-12-28 68142 WTA 5DM3 HDR  Boblo Island Boat Dock Warehouse : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Warehouse, ApMadoc, Blight, Decay, Detroit, Detroit Harbor Terminals, Michigan, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2014-07-19 19922 WTA 5DM3 : Abandoned, Abandoned  School, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Schools, ApMadoc, Decay, Detroit, Michigan, Old School, One Room School House, Rural Decay, United States, Urban Exploration 2014-07-19 19928 WTA 5DM3 : Abandoned, Abandoned  School, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Schools, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Decay, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, Old School, One Room School House, Rural Decay, United States, Urban Exploration
2014-08-09 43449 WTA 5DM3 HDR  East Grand Boulevard Methodist Church, Detroit, Michigan.  This is an abanonded church located at Grand and Gratiot in Detroit. : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Church, ApMadoc, Decay, Detroit, East Grand Boulevard Methodist Church, Michigan, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2014-04-27 07-35 15908 WTA 5DM3  Colin Powell Acadamy, Detroit, Michigan : Abandoned, Abandoned  School, Abandoned Building, Abandoned School Building, Abandoned Schools, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Colin Powell Academy, Dark, Decay, Detroit, Michigan, Minimalist, Monochrome, Shadow, Shadows, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2014-05-04 07-35 16912 WTA 5DM3  Servite High School was one of the most modern Catholic schools on its opening, with overhead projectors, televisions, and a full-size gymnasium. Servite formed rivalries with several other Catholic schools, winning championships in football, basketball, and cross-country running. : Abandoned, Abandoned  School, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Catholic School, Abandoned School, Abandoned School Building, Abandoned Schools, ApMadoc, Colin Powell Academy, Decay, Detroit, Michigan, Minimalist, Servite Catholic High School, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2014-02-16 09-07 02491 WTA 5DM3-4  Andrew Jackson Intermediate was a school located on the east side of Detroit. Jackson was designed by the firm of B.C. Wetzel & Co., with the main part of the school built in 1928.  Jackson is one of Detroit's more unique schools in terms of design, using orange brick, masonry quoins along the edges of the building, and balustrades along the roof. Two lanterns are located above the main entrances facing the street. Though large, they appear to be purely ornamental, and are empty. The layout is fairly typical of schools designed in the late 20's, with a main hallway along which classrooms are located, and wings located on the ends. Jackson has an extra classroom wing on the north side of the building, and a cafeteria wing on the south side. Located in the center are the auditorium, which took up two floors, and a library on the third floor. The plan allowed for easy expansion of the school should the need arise. : Abandoned, Abandoned  School, Abandoned Building, Abandoned School, Abandoned School Building, Abandoned Schools, Andrew Jackson Intermediate School, Andrew Jackson School, ApMadoc, Architectural Details, Architecture, Blight, Decay, Detroit, Detroit Public Schools, Intermediate School, Michigan, Minimalist, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2014-06-24 20306 WTA 5DM3 HDR-4  Brady School opened its doors to 350 students in November 1921 with thirteen teachers. Prior to its opening, children in the area attended classes in three rented rooms over a drugstore at the corner of Clairmount and Linwood Avenues. Brady was to house kindergarten and grades one through eight, but in March 1922 Hutchins Intermediate opened and grades seven and eight were transferred there. A second unit of Brady was completed in 1924... The new addition added seventeen classrooms, a gymnasium, two playrooms and a lunchroom at a cost of $365,110.00. The expanded building had a capacity for 1320 children in grades kindergarten through six. At around 1937, the population of school children at Brady was approximately 56% Jewish. Mary C. Sullivan was Brady’s first and only principal, retiring January, 1962. : Abandoned, Abandoned  School, Abandoned Building, Abandoned School, Abandoned School Building, Abandoned Schools, ApMadoc, Brady Elementary School, Decay, Detroit, Detroit Schools, HDR, Michigan, URBEX, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration
2014-02-16 08-48 02268 WTA 5DM3  Andrew Jackson Intermediate was a school located on the east side of Detroit. Jackson was designed by the firm of B.C. Wetzel & Co., with the main part of the school built in 1928.  Jackson is one of Detroit's more unique schools in terms of design, using orange brick, masonry quoins along the edges of the building, and balustrades along the roof. Two lanterns are located above the main entrances facing the street. Though large, they appear to be purely ornamental, and are empty. The layout is fairly typical of schools designed in the late 20's, with a main hallway along which classrooms are located, and wings located on the ends. Jackson has an extra classroom wing on the north side of the building, and a cafeteria wing on the south side. Located in the center are the auditorium, which took up two floors, and a library on the third floor. The plan allowed for easy expansion of the school should the need arise. : Abandoned, Abandoned  School, Abandoned Building, Abandoned School, Abandoned School Building, Abandoned Schools, Andrew Jackson Intermediate School, Andrew Jackson School, ApMadoc, Architectural Details, Architecture, Auditorium, Blight, Decay, Detroit, Detroit Public Schools, Intermediate School, Michigan, Minimalist, School Auditorium, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2012-05-28 16-26 03715 WTA 5DM3-2 : ApMadoc, Detroit, Michigan, USA, United States, Urban Decay 2012-03-11 12-19 17473 WTA 5DM2-3  The Packard Automotive Plant is a former automobile-manufacturing factory in Detroit, Michigan where luxury Packard cars were made by the Packard Motor Car Company of Detroit, Michigan, and later by the Studebaker-Packard Corporation of South Bend, Indiana. : Abandoned, Abandoned Auto Factory, Abandoned Automobile Factory, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Factory, Abandoned Plant, Albert Kahn, ApMadoc, Auto Plant, Detroit, Industrial Building, Michigan, Packard, Packard Automotive Plant, Packard Plant, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration, Wayne County 2014-01-03 12-17 39210 WTA 5DM3-3  The Park Avenue Building is a 12-story beaux-arts high-rise located at 2001-2017 Park Avenue in the Park Avenue Historic District in downtown Detroit, Michigan.  Architected by Albert Kahn : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, ApMadoc, Decay, Detroit, Michigan, Minimalist, Park Avenue Building, Snow, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration WTA IMG - 2012 05 28 - 1139-Edit-2 : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, USA, United States, Urban Decay, Wayne County
2016-12-29 102328 WTA 5DM4 : Abandoned, Abandoned Auto Factory, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, Auto Factory, Blight, Decay, Detroit, Fisher Plant #21, Michigan, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration, Wayne County 2016-12-29 102384 WTA 5DM4 HDR : Abandoned, Abandoned Auto Factory, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, Auto Factory, Blight, Decay, Detroit, Fisher Plant #21, Michigan, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration, Wayne County 2016-12-29 102230 WTA 5DM4 HDR : Abandoned, Abandoned School, Abandoned School Building, ApMadoc, Catholic School, Decay, Detroit, Michigan, Saint Margaret Mary's, Saint Margaret Mary's Catholic School, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban Exploration, Wayne County 2016-12-28 100547 WTA 5DM4 : Abandoned, Abandoned Home, ApMadoc, Blight, Decay, Detroit, Michigan, USA, United States, Urban Decay, Wayne County 2016-10-15 006328 WTA 5DM4  Post Office, Gary Indiana - now abandoned : Abandoned, Abandoned Buildings, Abandoned Post Office, ApMadoc, Decay, Gary, Indiana, Post Office, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration
2016-12-28 100507 WTA 5DM4 : Abandoned, Abandoned Home, ApMadoc, Blight, Decay, Detroit, Michigan, USA, United States, Urban Decay, Wayne County 2016-10-15 006244 WTA 5DM4  Post Office, Gary Indiana - now abandoned : Abandoned, Abandoned Buildings, Abandoned Post Office, ApMadoc, Decay, Gary, Indiana, Post Office, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-10-15 006236 WTA 5DM4  Post Office, Gary Indiana - now abandoned : Abandoned, Abandoned Buildings, Abandoned Post Office, ApMadoc, Decay, Gary, Indiana, Post Office, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-10-15 006138 WTA 5DM4  Post Office, Gary Indiana - now abandoned : Abandoned, Abandoned Buildings, Abandoned Post Office, ApMadoc, Decay, Gary, Indiana, Post Office, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-10-15 006097 WTA 5DM4  Gary Screw and Bolt Company. Opened 1912, closed 1986 : Abandoned, Abandoned Buildings, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Decay, Factory, Gary, Gary Screw and Bolt Company, Indiana, Monochrome, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration
2016-10-15 006230 WTA 5DM4 HDR  Post Office, Gary Indiana - now abandoned : Abandoned, Abandoned Buildings, Abandoned Post Office, ApMadoc, Decay, Gary, Indiana, Post Office, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-10-15 006041 WTA 5DM4  Gary Screw and Bolt Company. Opened 1912, closed 1986 : Abandoned, Abandoned Buildings, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, Decay, Factory, Gary, Gary Screw and Bolt Company, Indiana, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-10-15 005734 WTA 5DM4-2  Gary Screw and Bolt Company. Opened 1912, closed 1986 : Abandoned, Abandoned Buildings, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, Decay, Factory, Gary, Gary Screw and Bolt Company, Indiana, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-10-15 005734 WTA 5DM4  Gary Screw and Bolt Company. Opened 1912, closed 1986 : Abandoned, Abandoned Buildings, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Decay, Factory, Gary, Gary Screw and Bolt Company, Indiana, Monochrome, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-10-15 005582 WTA 5DM4  Gary Screw and Bolt Company. Opened 1912, closed 1986 : Abandoned, Abandoned Buildings, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, Decay, Factory, Gary, Gary Screw and Bolt Company, Indiana, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration
2016-10-15 005505 WTA 5DM4  The Horace Mann School of Gary, Indiana is on the short list of American high schools that have graduated more than 75 classes of students. A creation of innovative educator William Wirt, the unique school took seven years to build and was finished in 1928. The campus set a new standard for the area’s public schools by featuring landscaped rolling hills, multiple gyms and pools, and even a man-made pond.  Horace Mann’s fortunes would ebb and flow with those of Gary; when the city’s population declined so did enrollment at the school. In 2004 the school board voted to shutter the building, and nine years later the ailing building still stands vacant and crumbling. : Abandoned, Abandoned Buildings, Abandoned High School, Abandoned School, Abandoned School Building, ApMadoc, Decay, Gary, Horace Mann High School, Indiana, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-10-15 005428 WTA 5DM4  The Horace Mann School of Gary, Indiana is on the short list of American high schools that have graduated more than 75 classes of students. A creation of innovative educator William Wirt, the unique school took seven years to build and was finished in 1928. The campus set a new standard for the area’s public schools by featuring landscaped rolling hills, multiple gyms and pools, and even a man-made pond.  Horace Mann’s fortunes would ebb and flow with those of Gary; when the city’s population declined so did enrollment at the school. In 2004 the school board voted to shutter the building, and nine years later the ailing building still stands vacant and crumbling. : Abandoned, Abandoned Buildings, Abandoned High School, Abandoned School, Abandoned School Building, ApMadoc, Decay, Gary, Horace Mann High School, Indiana, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-10-15 005260 WTA 5DM4  The Horace Mann School of Gary, Indiana is on the short list of American high schools that have graduated more than 75 classes of students. A creation of innovative educator William Wirt, the unique school took seven years to build and was finished in 1928. The campus set a new standard for the area’s public schools by featuring landscaped rolling hills, multiple gyms and pools, and even a man-made pond.  Horace Mann’s fortunes would ebb and flow with those of Gary; when the city’s population declined so did enrollment at the school. In 2004 the school board voted to shutter the building, and nine years later the ailing building still stands vacant and crumbling. : Abandoned, Abandoned Buildings, Abandoned High School, Abandoned School, Abandoned School Building, ApMadoc, Decay, Gary, Horace Mann High School, Indiana, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-10-15 005371 WTA 5DM4  The Horace Mann School of Gary, Indiana is on the short list of American high schools that have graduated more than 75 classes of students. A creation of innovative educator William Wirt, the unique school took seven years to build and was finished in 1928. The campus set a new standard for the area’s public schools by featuring landscaped rolling hills, multiple gyms and pools, and even a man-made pond.  Horace Mann’s fortunes would ebb and flow with those of Gary; when the city’s population declined so did enrollment at the school. In 2004 the school board voted to shutter the building, and nine years later the ailing building still stands vacant and crumbling. : Abandoned, Abandoned Buildings, Abandoned High School, Abandoned School, Abandoned School Building, ApMadoc, Decay, Gary, Horace Mann High School, Indiana, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-10-15 005085 WTA 5DM4  City Methodist Church, Gary Indiana : Abandoned, Abandoned Buildings, Abandoned Church, ApMadoc, Church, City Methodist Church, Decay, Gary, Indiana, Methodist Church, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration
2016-10-15 005070 WTA 5DM4  City Methodist Church, Gary Indiana : Abandoned, Abandoned Buildings, Abandoned Church, ApMadoc, Church, City Methodist Church, Decay, Gary, Indiana, Methodist Church, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-10-15 005036 WTA 5DM4  City Methodist Church, Gary Indiana : Abandoned, Abandoned Buildings, Abandoned Church, ApMadoc, Church, City Methodist Church, Decay, Gary, Indiana, Methodist Church, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-10-15 004963 WTA 5DM4 HDR  City Methodist Church, Gary Indiana : Abandoned, Abandoned Buildings, Abandoned Church, ApMadoc, Church, City Methodist Church, Decay, Gary, Indiana, Methodist Church, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-10-15 004922 WTA 5DM4-2  City Methodist Church, Gary Indiana : Abandoned, Abandoned Buildings, Abandoned Church, ApMadoc, Church, City Methodist Church, Decay, Gary, Indiana, Methodist Church, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-10-15 004820 WTA 5DM4  City Methodist Church, Gary Indiana : Abandoned, Abandoned Buildings, Abandoned Church, ApMadoc, Church, City Methodist Church, Decay, Gary, Indiana, Methodist Church, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration
2016-10-15 004807 WTA 5DM4  City Methodist Church, Gary Indiana : Abandoned, Abandoned Buildings, Abandoned Church, ApMadoc, Church, City Methodist Church, Decay, Gary, Indiana, Methodist Church, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-10-15 004709 WTA 5DM4-2  City Methodist Church, Gary Indiana : Abandoned, Abandoned Buildings, Abandoned Church, ApMadoc, Church, City Methodist Church, Decay, Gary, Indiana, Methodist Church, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-10-15 004624 WTA 5DM4  City Methodist Church, Gary Indiana : Abandoned, Abandoned Buildings, Abandoned Church, ApMadoc, Church, City Methodist Church, Decay, Gary, Indiana, Methodist Church, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban Art, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-10-15 004659 WTA 5DM4 HDR  City Methodist Church, Gary Indiana : Abandoned, Abandoned Buildings, Abandoned Church, ApMadoc, Church, City Methodist Church, Decay, Gary, Indiana, Methodist Church, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-07-09 96253 WTA 5DSR  The Whittier was constructed as an apartment hotel, meaning that tenants could rent an apartment, yet have access to services typically provided by a hotel. The Whittier was built at a time when the population boom in Detroit increased demand for housing. The developer selected a site near the Detroit River, in an area that was, until then, primarily used for exclusive upper-class homes. Construction began in 1921, and ran until 1927.  Over the years, the luxury hotel played host to luminaries such as Horace Dodge, Eleanor Roosevelt, Mae West, Frank Sinatra and The Beatles.[3] During Prohibition, the hotel's convenient access to the Detroit River and Canada made it popular with underworld types, including the Purple Gang. : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Door, ApMadoc, Architectural Details, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Detroit, Door, Michigan, Monochrome, North America, The Whittier, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration, Whittier
2016-07-09 96253 WTA 5DSR-2  The Whittier was constructed as an apartment hotel, meaning that tenants could rent an apartment, yet have access to services typically provided by a hotel. The Whittier was built at a time when the population boom in Detroit increased demand for housing. The developer selected a site near the Detroit River, in an area that was, until then, primarily used for exclusive upper-class homes. Construction began in 1921, and ran until 1927.  Over the years, the luxury hotel played host to luminaries such as Horace Dodge, Eleanor Roosevelt, Mae West, Frank Sinatra and The Beatles.[3] During Prohibition, the hotel's convenient access to the Detroit River and Canada made it popular with underworld types, including the Purple Gang. : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, ApMadoc, Architectural Details, Detroit, Michigan, North America, The Whittier, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration, Whittier 2016-07-09 96263 WTA 5DSR-2  The Whittier was constructed as an apartment hotel, meaning that tenants could rent an apartment, yet have access to services typically provided by a hotel. The Whittier was built at a time when the population boom in Detroit increased demand for housing. The developer selected a site near the Detroit River, in an area that was, until then, primarily used for exclusive upper-class homes. Construction began in 1921, and ran until 1927.  Over the years, the luxury hotel played host to luminaries such as Horace Dodge, Eleanor Roosevelt, Mae West, Frank Sinatra and The Beatles.[3] During Prohibition, the hotel's convenient access to the Detroit River and Canada made it popular with underworld types, including the Purple Gang. : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, ApMadoc, Architectural Details, Detroit, Michigan, North America, The Whittier, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration, Whittier 2016-07-09 96263 WTA 5DSR  The Whittier was constructed as an apartment hotel, meaning that tenants could rent an apartment, yet have access to services typically provided by a hotel. The Whittier was built at a time when the population boom in Detroit increased demand for housing. The developer selected a site near the Detroit River, in an area that was, until then, primarily used for exclusive upper-class homes. Construction began in 1921, and ran until 1927.  Over the years, the luxury hotel played host to luminaries such as Horace Dodge, Eleanor Roosevelt, Mae West, Frank Sinatra and The Beatles.[3] During Prohibition, the hotel's convenient access to the Detroit River and Canada made it popular with underworld types, including the Purple Gang. : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, ApMadoc, Architectural Details, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, North America, The Whittier, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration, Whittier 2016-07-02 94826 WTA 5DSR  Brady School opened its doors to 350 students in November 1921 with thirteen teachers. Prior to its opening, children in the area attended classes in three rented rooms over a drugstore at the corner of Clairmount and Linwood Avenues. Brady was to house kindergarten and grades one through eight, but in March 1922 Hutchins Intermediate opened and grades seven and eight were transferred there. A second unit of Brady was completed in 1924... The new addition added seventeen classrooms, a gymnasium, two playrooms and a lunchroom at a cost of $365,110.00. The expanded building had a capacity for 1320 children in grades kindergarten through six. At around 1937, the population of school children at Brady was approximately 56% Jewish. Mary C. Sullivan was Brady’s first and only principal, retiring January, 1962. : Abandoned, Abandoned  School, Abandoned Building, Abandoned School, Abandoned School Building, Abandoned Schools, ApMadoc, Detroit, Detroit Public Schools, George Brady, George Brady Elementary, Michigan, North America, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-07-02 94850 WTA 5DSR  Brady School opened its doors to 350 students in November 1921 with thirteen teachers. Prior to its opening, children in the area attended classes in three rented rooms over a drugstore at the corner of Clairmount and Linwood Avenues. Brady was to house kindergarten and grades one through eight, but in March 1922 Hutchins Intermediate opened and grades seven and eight were transferred there. A second unit of Brady was completed in 1924... The new addition added seventeen classrooms, a gymnasium, two playrooms and a lunchroom at a cost of $365,110.00. The expanded building had a capacity for 1320 children in grades kindergarten through six. At around 1937, the population of school children at Brady was approximately 56% Jewish. Mary C. Sullivan was Brady’s first and only principal, retiring January, 1962. : Abandoned, Abandoned  School, Abandoned Building, Abandoned School, Abandoned School Building, Abandoned Schools, ApMadoc, Detroit, Detroit Public Schools, George Brady, George Brady Elementary, Michigan, North America, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration
2016-07-02 94870 WTA 5DSR  Brady School opened its doors to 350 students in November 1921 with thirteen teachers. Prior to its opening, children in the area attended classes in three rented rooms over a drugstore at the corner of Clairmount and Linwood Avenues. Brady was to house kindergarten and grades one through eight, but in March 1922 Hutchins Intermediate opened and grades seven and eight were transferred there. A second unit of Brady was completed in 1924... The new addition added seventeen classrooms, a gymnasium, two playrooms and a lunchroom at a cost of $365,110.00. The expanded building had a capacity for 1320 children in grades kindergarten through six. At around 1937, the population of school children at Brady was approximately 56% Jewish. Mary C. Sullivan was Brady’s first and only principal, retiring January, 1962. : Abandoned, Abandoned  School, Abandoned Building, Abandoned School, Abandoned School Building, Abandoned Schools, ApMadoc, Detroit, Detroit Public Schools, George Brady, George Brady Elementary, Michigan, North America, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-07-02 94864 WTA 5DSR HDR  George Newton Brady, the namesake of Brady School, was a native Detroiter. He was interested in the welfare of boys and young men, and was associated with various charities, including the Michigan Fresh Air Society and the Boy Scout movement. He donated land in Oakland County as a permanent summer camp for scouts. The neighborhood just west of the large stately houses and substantial middle-class abodes of Boston and Chicago Boulevards (now Boston-Edison Historic District) was just beginning to grow when Brady School was built. Streets were unpaved and transportation was meager, with the Clairmount streetcar line not completed until 1922. However, the large apartment buildings under construction on Boston and Chicago Boulevards were built to house the growing families that would justify building Brady School. : Abandoned, Abandoned  School, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Door, Abandoned School, Abandoned School Building, Abandoned Schools, ApMadoc, Detroit, Detroit Public Schools, Door, George Brady, George Brady Elementary, Michigan, North America, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-07-02 94720 WTA 5DSR  The Fisher Body Plant 21 is located on the southeast corner of Piquette and St. Antoine.  It was designed in 1921 by Albert Kahn for Fisher Body, who manufactured Buick and Cadillac bodies in the plant until 1925.  The plant is six stories tall, with a footprint of 200 feet (61 m) by 581 feet (177 m) and an interior area of 536,000 square feet.  During the Great Depression, Fisher suspended production and the building was used as a soup kitchen and homeless shelter. : Abandoned, Abandoned Auto Factory, Abandoned Automobile Factory, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, Detroit, Fisher Plant #21, Michigan, North America, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-07-02 94608 WTA 5DSR  The Fisher Body Plant 21 is located on the southeast corner of Piquette and St. Antoine.  It was designed in 1921 by Albert Kahn for Fisher Body, who manufactured Buick and Cadillac bodies in the plant until 1925.  The plant is six stories tall, with a footprint of 200 feet (61 m) by 581 feet (177 m) and an interior area of 536,000 square feet.  During the Great Depression, Fisher suspended production and the building was used as a soup kitchen and homeless shelter. : Abandoned, Abandoned Auto Factory, Abandoned Automobile Factory, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, Detroit, Fisher Plant #21, Michigan, North America, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Art, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-07-02 94601 WTA 5DSR  The Fisher Body Plant 21 is located on the southeast corner of Piquette and St. Antoine.  It was designed in 1921 by Albert Kahn for Fisher Body, who manufactured Buick and Cadillac bodies in the plant until 1925.  The plant is six stories tall, with a footprint of 200 feet (61 m) by 581 feet (177 m) and an interior area of 536,000 square feet.  During the Great Depression, Fisher suspended production and the building was used as a soup kitchen and homeless shelter. : Abandoned, Abandoned Auto Factory, Abandoned Automobile Factory, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, Detroit, Fisher Plant #21, Michigan, North America, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Art, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration
2016-07-02 94635 WTA 5DSR  The Fisher Body Plant 21 is located on the southeast corner of Piquette and St. Antoine.  It was designed in 1921 by Albert Kahn for Fisher Body, who manufactured Buick and Cadillac bodies in the plant until 1925.  The plant is six stories tall, with a footprint of 200 feet (61 m) by 581 feet (177 m) and an interior area of 536,000 square feet.  During the Great Depression, Fisher suspended production and the building was used as a soup kitchen and homeless shelter. : Abandoned, Abandoned Auto Factory, Abandoned Automobile Factory, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, Detroit, Fisher Plant #21, Michigan, North America, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-07-02 94516 WTA 5DSR  St. Margaret Mary Catholic Church and school located on the east side of Detroit, rose and fell with the fortunes of the city. : Abandoned, Abandoned  School, Abandoned Building, Abandoned School, Abandoned School Building, Abandoned Schools, ApMadoc, Catholic School, Decay, Detroit, Michigan, North America, Saint Margaret Mary's, Saint Margaret Mary's Catholic School, St. Margaret Mary Cathoilic School, St. Margaret Mary School, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-07-02 94581 WTA 5DSR  The Fisher Body Plant 21 is located on the southeast corner of Piquette and St. Antoine.  It was designed in 1921 by Albert Kahn for Fisher Body, who manufactured Buick and Cadillac bodies in the plant until 1925.  The plant is six stories tall, with a footprint of 200 feet (61 m) by 581 feet (177 m) and an interior area of 536,000 square feet.  During the Great Depression, Fisher suspended production and the building was used as a soup kitchen and homeless shelter. : Abandoned, Abandoned Auto Factory, Abandoned Automobile Factory, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, Detroit, Fisher Plant #21, Michigan, North America, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-07-02 94545 WTA 5DSR HDR  St. Margaret Mary Catholic Church and school located on the east side of Detroit, rose and fell with the fortunes of the city. : Abandoned, Abandoned  School, Abandoned Building, Abandoned School, Abandoned School Building, Abandoned Schools, ApMadoc, Catholic School, Decay, Detroit, Michigan, North America, Saint Margaret Mary's, Saint Margaret Mary's Catholic School, St. Margaret Mary Cathoilic School, St. Margaret Mary School, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-07-02 94521 WTA 5DSR HDR  St. Margaret Mary Catholic Church and school located on the east side of Detroit, rose and fell with the fortunes of the city. : Abandoned, Abandoned  School, Abandoned Building, Abandoned School, Abandoned School Building, Abandoned Schools, ApMadoc, Catholic School, Decay, Detroit, Michigan, North America, Saint Margaret Mary's, Saint Margaret Mary's Catholic School, St. Margaret Mary Cathoilic School, St. Margaret Mary School, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration
2016-07-02 94447 WTA 5DSR  John Gray Branch, Detroit Public Library : Abandoned Building, Abandoned Library, ApMadoc, Detroit, Detroit Public LIbrary, John Gray, John Gray Branch, Michigan, North America, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-07-02 94385 WTA 5DSR  John Gray Branch, Detroit Public Library : Abandoned Building, Abandoned Library, ApMadoc, Detroit, Detroit Public LIbrary, John Gray, John Gray Branch, Michigan, North America, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-05-22 93558 WTA 5DSR  Harpo's Club : Abandoned, Abandoned Nightclub, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Detroit, Harpos, Michigan, North America, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-07-02 94500 WTA 5DSR HDR  St. Margaret Mary Catholic Church and school located on the east side of Detroit, rose and fell with the fortunes of the city. : Abandoned, Abandoned  School, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Door, Abandoned School, Abandoned School Building, Abandoned Schools, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Catholic School, Decay, Detroit, Door, Michigan, Monochrome, North America, Saint Margaret Mary's, Saint Margaret Mary's Catholic School, St. Margaret Mary Cathoilic School, St. Margaret Mary School, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-05-22 93555 WTA 5DSR : Abandoned, Abandoned Home, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Detroit, Michigan, North America, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration
2016-05-22 93412 WTA 5DSR  Continental Motors : Abandoned, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, Continental Motors Company, Detroit, Graffiti, Michigan, North America, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Art, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-05-22 93498 WTA 5DSR HDR  Continental Motors : Abandoned, Abandoned Door, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, Continental Motors Company, Detroit, Door, Michigan, North America, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-03-27 93193 WTA 5DSR-2  The Fisher Body Plant 21 is located on the southeast corner of Piquette and St. Antoine.  It was designed in 1921 by Albert Kahn for Fisher Body, who manufactured Buick and Cadillac bodies in the plant until 1925.  The plant is six stories tall, with a footprint of 200 feet (61 m) by 581 feet (177 m) and an interior area of 536,000 square feet.  During the Great Depression, Fisher suspended production and the building was used as a soup kitchen and homeless shelter.[13] The plant was used as an engineering design facility from 1930–1956; during World War II, the factory produced P-80 Lockheed Shooting Star Planes, FG-4 (F4U-4) Corsair Shipboard Fighters, and some assemblies for B-25 Mitchell bombers.[13] After 1956, the plant was used to build Cadillac limousine bodies; GM closed the plant in 1984. After GM left, several paint companies used the building; it closed for good in 1994. In 1999, as a result of unpaid property taxes, the building became the property of the City of Detroit and was re-addressed as 6051 Hastings St. : Abandoned, Abandoned Auto Factory, Abandoned Automobile Factory, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, Dark, Detroit, Fisher Plant #21, Michigan, North America, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-03-27 93179 WTA 5DSR HDR-2  The Fisher Body Plant 21 is located on the southeast corner of Piquette and St. Antoine.  It was designed in 1921 by Albert Kahn for Fisher Body, who manufactured Buick and Cadillac bodies in the plant until 1925.  The plant is six stories tall, with a footprint of 200 feet (61 m) by 581 feet (177 m) and an interior area of 536,000 square feet.  During the Great Depression, Fisher suspended production and the building was used as a soup kitchen and homeless shelter.[13] The plant was used as an engineering design facility from 1930–1956; during World War II, the factory produced P-80 Lockheed Shooting Star Planes, FG-4 (F4U-4) Corsair Shipboard Fighters, and some assemblies for B-25 Mitchell bombers.[13] After 1956, the plant was used to build Cadillac limousine bodies; GM closed the plant in 1984. After GM left, several paint companies used the building; it closed for good in 1994. In 1999, as a result of unpaid property taxes, the building became the property of the City of Detroit and was re-addressed as 6051 Hastings St. : Abandoned, Abandoned Auto Factory, Abandoned Automobile Factory, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, Dark, Detroit, Fisher Plant #21, Michigan, North America, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-03-27 93066 WTA 5DSR  The Fisher Body Plant 21 is located on the southeast corner of Piquette and St. Antoine.  It was designed in 1921 by Albert Kahn for Fisher Body, who manufactured Buick and Cadillac bodies in the plant until 1925.  The plant is six stories tall, with a footprint of 200 feet (61 m) by 581 feet (177 m) and an interior area of 536,000 square feet.  During the Great Depression, Fisher suspended production and the building was used as a soup kitchen and homeless shelter.[13] The plant was used as an engineering design facility from 1930–1956; during World War II, the factory produced P-80 Lockheed Shooting Star Planes, FG-4 (F4U-4) Corsair Shipboard Fighters, and some assemblies for B-25 Mitchell bombers.[13] After 1956, the plant was used to build Cadillac limousine bodies; GM closed the plant in 1984. After GM left, several paint companies used the building; it closed for good in 1994. In 1999, as a result of unpaid property taxes, the building became the property of the City of Detroit and was re-addressed as 6051 Hastings St. : Abandoned, Abandoned Auto Factory, Abandoned Automobile Factory, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Dark, Detroit, Fisher Plant #21, Michigan, North America, Reflection, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration
2016-03-27 93065 WTA 5DSR HDR  The Fisher Body Plant 21 is located on the southeast corner of Piquette and St. Antoine.  It was designed in 1921 by Albert Kahn for Fisher Body, who manufactured Buick and Cadillac bodies in the plant until 1925.  The plant is six stories tall, with a footprint of 200 feet (61 m) by 581 feet (177 m) and an interior area of 536,000 square feet.  During the Great Depression, Fisher suspended production and the building was used as a soup kitchen and homeless shelter.[13] The plant was used as an engineering design facility from 1930–1956; during World War II, the factory produced P-80 Lockheed Shooting Star Planes, FG-4 (F4U-4) Corsair Shipboard Fighters, and some assemblies for B-25 Mitchell bombers.[13] After 1956, the plant was used to build Cadillac limousine bodies; GM closed the plant in 1984. After GM left, several paint companies used the building; it closed for good in 1994. In 1999, as a result of unpaid property taxes, the building became the property of the City of Detroit and was re-addressed as 6051 Hastings St. : Abandoned, Abandoned Auto Factory, Abandoned Automobile Factory, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Dark, Detroit, Fisher Plant #21, Michigan, North America, Reflection, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-03-27 92977 WTA 5DSR  The Fisher Body Plant 21 is located on the southeast corner of Piquette and St. Antoine.  It was designed in 1921 by Albert Kahn for Fisher Body, who manufactured Buick and Cadillac bodies in the plant until 1925.  The plant is six stories tall, with a footprint of 200 feet (61 m) by 581 feet (177 m) and an interior area of 536,000 square feet.  During the Great Depression, Fisher suspended production and the building was used as a soup kitchen and homeless shelter.[13] The plant was used as an engineering design facility from 1930–1956; during World War II, the factory produced P-80 Lockheed Shooting Star Planes, FG-4 (F4U-4) Corsair Shipboard Fighters, and some assemblies for B-25 Mitchell bombers.[13] After 1956, the plant was used to build Cadillac limousine bodies; GM closed the plant in 1984. After GM left, several paint companies used the building; it closed for good in 1994. In 1999, as a result of unpaid property taxes, the building became the property of the City of Detroit and was re-addressed as 6051 Hastings St. : Abandoned, Abandoned Auto Factory, Abandoned Automobile Factory, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, Detroit, Fisher Plant #21, Michigan, North America, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-03-27 92947 WTA 5DSR HDR-2  The Fisher Body Plant 21 is located on the southeast corner of Piquette and St. Antoine.  It was designed in 1921 by Albert Kahn for Fisher Body, who manufactured Buick and Cadillac bodies in the plant until 1925.  The plant is six stories tall, with a footprint of 200 feet (61 m) by 581 feet (177 m) and an interior area of 536,000 square feet.  During the Great Depression, Fisher suspended production and the building was used as a soup kitchen and homeless shelter.[13] The plant was used as an engineering design facility from 1930–1956; during World War II, the factory produced P-80 Lockheed Shooting Star Planes, FG-4 (F4U-4) Corsair Shipboard Fighters, and some assemblies for B-25 Mitchell bombers.[13] After 1956, the plant was used to build Cadillac limousine bodies; GM closed the plant in 1984. After GM left, several paint companies used the building; it closed for good in 1994. In 1999, as a result of unpaid property taxes, the building became the property of the City of Detroit and was re-addressed as 6051 Hastings St. : Abandoned, Abandoned Auto Factory, Abandoned Automobile Factory, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, Detroit, Fisher Plant #21, Michigan, North America, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-03-27 92947 WTA 5DSR HDR  The Fisher Body Plant 21 is located on the southeast corner of Piquette and St. Antoine.  It was designed in 1921 by Albert Kahn for Fisher Body, who manufactured Buick and Cadillac bodies in the plant until 1925.  The plant is six stories tall, with a footprint of 200 feet (61 m) by 581 feet (177 m) and an interior area of 536,000 square feet.  During the Great Depression, Fisher suspended production and the building was used as a soup kitchen and homeless shelter.[13] The plant was used as an engineering design facility from 1930–1956; during World War II, the factory produced P-80 Lockheed Shooting Star Planes, FG-4 (F4U-4) Corsair Shipboard Fighters, and some assemblies for B-25 Mitchell bombers.[13] After 1956, the plant was used to build Cadillac limousine bodies; GM closed the plant in 1984. After GM left, several paint companies used the building; it closed for good in 1994. In 1999, as a result of unpaid property taxes, the building became the property of the City of Detroit and was re-addressed as 6051 Hastings St. : Abandoned, Abandoned Auto Factory, Abandoned Automobile Factory, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Factory, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Detroit, Fisher Plant #21, Michigan, North America, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-02-21 87800 WTA 5DSR  Abandoned Homes : Abandoned, Abandoned Home, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Detroit, Michigan, North America, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration
2016-02-21 87797 WTA 5DSR-2-2  Abandoned Homes : Abandoned, Abandoned Home, ApMadoc, Detroit, Michigan, North America, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-02-21 87797 WTA 5DSR-3  Abandoned Homes : Abandoned, Abandoned Home, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, North America, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-02-21 87786 WTA 5DSR HDR  Rewarding Faith Church : Abandoned, Abandoned Church, ApMadoc, Detroit, Michigan, North America, Rewarding Faith Church, Stained Glass, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-02-21 87770 WTA 5DSR HDR-2-2  Rewarding Faith Church : Abandoned, Abandoned Church, ApMadoc, Detroit, Michigan, North America, Rewarding Faith Church, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-02-21 87770 WTA 5DSR HDR-3  Rewarding Faith Church : Abandoned, Abandoned Church, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, North America, Rewarding Faith Church, Stairs, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration
2016-02-21 87758 WTA 5DSR HDR-2-2  Rewarding Faith Church : Abandoned, Abandoned Church, ApMadoc, Detroit, Michigan, North America, Rewarding Faith Church, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-02-21 87758 WTA 5DSR HDR-3  Rewarding Faith Church : Abandoned, Abandoned Church, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, North America, Rewarding Faith Church, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-02-21 87667 WTA 5DSR HDR  Rewarding Faith Church : Abandoned, Abandoned Church, ApMadoc, Detroit, Michigan, North America, Rewarding Faith Church, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-02-21 87649 WTA 5DSR HDR-2-2  Ghosts of TV Past    Kelvinator Building   Being a very successful firm in the mid-1920s, Kelvinator’s management decided to erect a massive manufacturing plant and an impressive office building in a vacant area of Detroit.  The offices of the firm were to be located in the building you see.  The firm had the funds to spend generously on architectural details  - Eventually the building was used by Chrysler engineering, abandoned in 2009 : Abandoned, ApMadoc, Detroit, Kelvinator, Kelvinator Building, Michigan, North America, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-02-21 87536 WTA 5DSR  Kelvinator Building - Being a very successful firm in the mid-1920s, Kelvinator’s management decided to erect a massive manufacturing plant and an impressive office building in a vacant area of Detroit.  The offices of the firm were to be located in the building you see.  The firm had the funds to spend generously on architectural details  - Eventually the building was used by Chrysler engineering, abandoned in 2009 : Abandoned, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Detroit, Kelvinator, Kelvinator Building, Michigan, North America, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration
2016-02-21 87649 WTA 5DSR HDR-3  Ghosts of TV Past    Kelvinator Building   Being a very successful firm in the mid-1920s, Kelvinator’s management decided to erect a massive manufacturing plant and an impressive office building in a vacant area of Detroit.  The offices of the firm were to be located in the building you see.  The firm had the funds to spend generously on architectural details  - Eventually the building was used by Chrysler engineering, abandoned in 2009 : Abandoned, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Detroit, Kelvinator, Kelvinator Building, Michigan, Monochrome, North America, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-02-21 87493 WTA 5DSR  Kelvinator Building - Being a very successful firm in the mid-1920s, Kelvinator’s management decided to erect a massive manufacturing plant and an impressive office building in a vacant area of Detroit.  The offices of the firm were to be located in the building you see.  The firm had the funds to spend generously on architectural details  - Eventually the building was used by Chrysler engineering, abandoned in 2009 : Abandoned, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Detroit, Kelvinator, Kelvinator Building, Michigan, North America, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-02-21 87218 WTA 5DSR-2-2  Oakman Elementary Orthopedic School : Abandoned, Abandoned  School, Abandoned Building, Abandoned School, Abandoned Schools, ApMadoc, Detroit, Detroit Public Schools, Michigan, North America, School, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-02-20 87132 WTA 5DSR : Abandoned Gas Station, ApMadoc, B&W, Bar, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Detroit, Gas Station, Michigan, North America, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-02-20 87028 WTA 5DSR  Palace Cleaners : A&C Collision, Abandoned Retail, Abandoned Store, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Detroit, Laundry, Michigan, North America, Palace Cleaners, Sign, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration
2016-02-20 86950 WTA 5DSR HDR-2-2 : Abandoned, Abandoned Church, ApMadoc, Detroit, Michigan, North America, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-02-20 86840 WTA 5DSR : Abandoned Retail, Abandoned Store, ApMadoc, Detroit, Mac-O-Lac Paint, McDougall Hardware, Michigan, North America, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-02-20 86816 WTA 5DSR : Abandoned Retail, Abandoned Store, ApMadoc, Detroit, Michigan, North America, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-02-20 86804 WTA 5DSR : Abandoned Retail, Abandoned Store, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Dark, Detroit, Michigan, North America, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-02-20 86801 WTA 5DSR  Max's Jewlery : Abandoned Retail, Abandoned Store, ApMadoc, Detroit, Jewelry Store, Max's, Michigan, North America, Outdoor Advertising, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration
2016-02-20 86720 WTA 5DSR : Abandoned Retail, Abandoned Store, ApMadoc, B&W, Bar, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Dark, Detroit, Michigan, North America, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-02-20 86714 WTA 5DSR  Abandoned Home : Abandoned Building, Abandoned Home, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Blight, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, North America, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-02-20 86708 WTA 5DSR  Abandoned Home : Abandoned Building, Abandoned Home, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Blight, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, North America, URBEX, USA, United States, United States of America, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-01-26 86296 WTA 5DSR  Northville Regional Psychiatric Hospital (NRPH) is located on a large (400+ acres) property on 7 Mile Road on the eastern side of the township. It was built in 1952 and was closed in 2003. As of 2011, the NRPH is standing and there are plans to demolish the buildings and clean the property. : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Hospital, Abandoned State Hospital, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Decay, Michigan, Monochrome, Northville, Northville State Hospital, State Hospital, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban Exploration 2016-01-26 86289 WTA 5DSR  Northville Regional Psychiatric Hospital (NRPH) is located on a large (400+ acres) property on 7 Mile Road on the eastern side of the township. It was built in 1952 and was closed in 2003. As of 2011, the NRPH is standing and there are plans to demolish the buildings and clean the property. : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Hospital, Abandoned State Hospital, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Decay, Gym, Gymnasium, Michigan, Monochrome, Northville, Northville State Hospital, State Hospital, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban Exploration
2016-01-26 86254 WTA 5DSR  Northville Regional Psychiatric Hospital (NRPH) is located on a large (400+ acres) property on 7 Mile Road on the eastern side of the township. It was built in 1952 and was closed in 2003. As of 2011, the NRPH is standing and there are plans to demolish the buildings and clean the property. : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Hospital, Abandoned State Hospital, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Decay, Gym, Gymnasium, Michigan, Monochrome, Northville, Northville State Hospital, State Hospital, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban Exploration 2016-01-26 86249 WTA 5DSR  Northville Regional Psychiatric Hospital (NRPH) is located on a large (400+ acres) property on 7 Mile Road on the eastern side of the township. It was built in 1952 and was closed in 2003. As of 2011, the NRPH is standing and there are plans to demolish the buildings and clean the property. : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Hospital, Abandoned State Hospital, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, DIshwasher, Decay, Michigan, Monochrome, Northville, Northville State Hospital, State Hospital, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban Exploration 2016-01-26 86202 WTA 5DSR  Northville Regional Psychiatric Hospital (NRPH) is located on a large (400+ acres) property on 7 Mile Road on the eastern side of the township. It was built in 1952 and was closed in 2003. As of 2011, the NRPH is standing and there are plans to demolish the buildings and clean the property. : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Hospital, Abandoned State Hospital, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Decay, Michigan, Monochrome, Northville, Northville State Hospital, State Hospital, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban Exploration 2016-01-26 86186 WTA 5DSR  Northville Regional Psychiatric Hospital (NRPH) is located on a large (400+ acres) property on 7 Mile Road on the eastern side of the township. It was built in 1952 and was closed in 2003. As of 2011, the NRPH is standing and there are plans to demolish the buildings and clean the property. : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Hospital, Abandoned State Hospital, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Decay, Michigan, Monochrome, Northville, Northville State Hospital, State Hospital, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban Exploration 2016-01-26 86158 WTA 5DSR  Northville Regional Psychiatric Hospital (NRPH) is located on a large (400+ acres) property on 7 Mile Road on the eastern side of the township. It was built in 1952 and was closed in 2003. As of 2011, the NRPH is standing and there are plans to demolish the buildings and clean the property. : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Hospital, Abandoned State Hospital, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Decay, Michigan, Monochrome, Northville, Northville State Hospital, Operating Room, State Hospital, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban Exploration
2016-01-26 86136 WTA 5DSR  Northville Regional Psychiatric Hospital (NRPH) is located on a large (400+ acres) property on 7 Mile Road on the eastern side of the township. It was built in 1952 and was closed in 2003. As of 2011, the NRPH is standing and there are plans to demolish the buildings and clean the property. : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Hospital, Abandoned State Hospital, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Decay, Michigan, Monochrome, Northville, Northville State Hospital, State Hospital, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban Exploration 2016-01-26 86088 WTA 5DSR  Northville Regional Psychiatric Hospital (NRPH) is located on a large (400+ acres) property on 7 Mile Road on the eastern side of the township. It was built in 1952 and was closed in 2003. As of 2011, the NRPH is standing and there are plans to demolish the buildings and clean the property. : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Hospital, Abandoned State Hospital, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Decay, Michigan, Monochrome, Northville, Northville State Hospital, State Hospital, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban Exploration 2016-01-26 86080 WTA 5DSR  Northville Regional Psychiatric Hospital (NRPH) is located on a large (400+ acres) property on 7 Mile Road on the eastern side of the township. It was built in 1952 and was closed in 2003. As of 2011, the NRPH is standing and there are plans to demolish the buildings and clean the property. : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Hospital, Abandoned State Hospital, ApMadoc, Decay, Michigan, Northville, Northville State Hospital, State Hospital, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban Exploration 2016-01-26 86072 WTA 5DSR-2-2  Northville Regional Psychiatric Hospital (NRPH) is located on a large (400+ acres) property on 7 Mile Road on the eastern side of the township. It was built in 1952 and was closed in 2003. As of 2011, the NRPH is standing and there are plans to demolish the buildings and clean the property. : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Hospital, Abandoned State Hospital, ApMadoc, Auditorium, Decay, Michigan, Northville, Northville State Hospital, State Hospital, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban Exploration 2016-01-26 86072 WTA 5DSR-3  Northville Regional Psychiatric Hospital (NRPH) is located on a large (400+ acres) property on 7 Mile Road on the eastern side of the township. It was built in 1952 and was closed in 2003. As of 2011, the NRPH is standing and there are plans to demolish the buildings and clean the property. : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Hospital, Abandoned State Hospital, ApMadoc, Auditorium, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Decay, Hospital, Michigan, Monochrome, Northville, Northville State Hospital, State Hospital, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban Exploration, buildings, closed, demolish, eastern, large, nrph, property, psychiatric, regional, standing, township
2016-01-26 86010 WTA 5DSR  Northville Regional Psychiatric Hospital (NRPH) is located on a large (400+ acres) property on 7 Mile Road on the eastern side of the township. It was built in 1952 and was closed in 2003. As of 2011, the NRPH is standing and there are plans to demolish the buildings and clean the property. : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Hospital, Abandoned State Hospital, ApMadoc, Autopsy Room, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Decay, Michigan, Monochrome, Northville, Northville State Hospital, Operating Room, State Hospital, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban Exploration 2016-01-26 85961 WTA 5DSR  Northville Regional Psychiatric Hospital (NRPH) is located on a large (400+ acres) property on 7 Mile Road on the eastern side of the township. It was built in 1952 and was closed in 2003. As of 2011, the NRPH is standing and there are plans to demolish the buildings and clean the property. : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Hospital, Abandoned State Hospital, ApMadoc, Autopsy Room, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Decay, Michigan, Monochrome, Northville, Northville State Hospital, Operating Room, State Hospital, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban Exploration 2016-01-26 85957 WTA 5DSR  Northville Regional Psychiatric Hospital (NRPH) is located on a large (400+ acres) property on 7 Mile Road on the eastern side of the township. It was built in 1952 and was closed in 2003. As of 2011, the NRPH is standing and there are plans to demolish the buildings and clean the property. : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Hospital, Abandoned State Hospital, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Decay, Michigan, Monochrome, Morgue, Northville, Northville State Hospital, State Hospital, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban Exploration 2016-01-26 85919 WTA 5DSR  Northville Regional Psychiatric Hospital (NRPH) is located on a large (400+ acres) property on 7 Mile Road on the eastern side of the township. It was built in 1952 and was closed in 2003. As of 2011, the NRPH is standing and there are plans to demolish the buildings and clean the property. : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Hospital, Abandoned State Hospital, ApMadoc, Decay, Michigan, Northville, Northville State Hospital, Sewing Machine, State Hospital, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban Exploration 2016-01-26 85940 WTA 5DSR  Northville Regional Psychiatric Hospital (NRPH) is located on a large (400+ acres) property on 7 Mile Road on the eastern side of the township. It was built in 1952 and was closed in 2003. As of 2011, the NRPH is standing and there are plans to demolish the buildings and clean the property. : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Hospital, Abandoned State Hospital, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Decay, Michigan, Monochrome, Northville, Northville State Hospital, State Hospital, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban Exploration
2016-01-26 85820 WTA 5DSR  Northville Regional Psychiatric Hospital (NRPH) is located on a large (400+ acres) property on 7 Mile Road on the eastern side of the township. It was built in 1952 and was closed in 2003. As of 2011, the NRPH is standing and there are plans to demolish the buildings and clean the property. : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Hospital, Abandoned State Hospital, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Decay, Michigan, Monochrome, Northville, Northville State Hospital, State Hospital, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban Exploration 2016-01-26 85784 WTA 5DSR  Northville Regional Psychiatric Hospital (NRPH) is located on a large (400+ acres) property on 7 Mile Road on the eastern side of the township. It was built in 1952 and was closed in 2003. As of 2011, the NRPH is standing and there are plans to demolish the buildings and clean the property. : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Hospital, Abandoned State Hospital, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Decay, Michigan, Monochrome, Northville, Northville State Hospital, State Hospital, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban Exploration 2016-01-26 85754 WTA 5DSR  Northville Regional Psychiatric Hospital (NRPH) is located on a large (400+ acres) property on 7 Mile Road on the eastern side of the township. It was built in 1952 and was closed in 2003. As of 2011, the NRPH is standing and there are plans to demolish the buildings and clean the property. : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Hospital, Abandoned State Hospital, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Decay, File Cabinet, Michigan, Monochrome, Northville, Northville State Hospital, State Hospital, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban Exploration 2016-01-23 85737 WTA 5DSR-2-2 : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Home, ApMadoc, Detroit, Michigan, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-01-23 85737 WTA 5DSR-3 : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Home, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration
2016-01-23 85731 WTA 5DSR-2-2 : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Home, ApMadoc, Detroit, Michigan, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-01-23 85731 WTA 5DSR-3 : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Home, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-01-23 85727 WTA 5DSR-2-2 : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Home, ApMadoc, Detroit, Michigan, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-01-23 85725 WTA 5DSR-2-2 : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Home, ApMadoc, Detroit, Michigan, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration 2016-01-23 85725 WTA 5DSR-3 : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Home, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration
2016-01-23 85727 WTA 5DSR-3 : Abandoned, Abandoned Building, Abandoned Home, ApMadoc, Detroit, Michigan, URBEX, USA, United States, Urban, Urban Blight, Urban Decay, Urban Exploration