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I met and got to know Nick, the builder and proprietor of Pop’s Garage Fab (PGF) though three different. but yet all related people: Kirk Taylor of Custom Design Studio, Satya Kraus and the OG himself. Continue reading
Daytona Beach – BikeWeek – a tradition worth supporting or one worth abandoning? I was reminded by a flurry of Daytona/BikeWeek stuff percolating online that the storied event is coming up quick. Cyril Huze mentions it (http://cyrilhuzeblog.com/2017/03/08/2017-bike-week-custom-baggers-indian-demos-displays-giveways/) and I’ve seen … Continue reading
see the Kitchen Sink feature here “Buffalo’s First Ward is an area on the south side of Buffalo that was settled by the Irish in the 1820′s. The area developed into an industrial center in the late 1800′s after the … Continue reading
Visited a new scary place. Lots to show and share. …Found this beauty of a building and a location on a two-wheeled adventure with my friend John. I promised myself to come back with gear in hand, it looked juicy. And … Continue reading
So, I like investigating and recording the state of all sorts of sites, from industrial wastelands to residential oddities. Finding these locations is tricky and getting images of them is often even trickier. I was told about Pleasure Beach, a … Continue reading
more from everyones favorite patient treatment building…
See the Abandoned America feature here……… Here’s a little backstory. I was out tooling around “the Valley”. It was a beautiful day, I felt like busting out of the shop for a bit so i grabbed my camera and beat … Continue reading
Abandoned America Feature: Buffalo Central Terminal The New York Central Terminal in Buffalo, New York, USA, was a key railroad station from 1929 to 1979. The 17-story Art Deco style station was designed by architects Fellheimer & Wagner for the … Continue reading
An abandoned car dealership, a casualty of our faltering economy.
See the full set of images from a visit to Creedmoor located in Queens, NYC
Feature up in Abandoned America, see it here>>>> – Anaconda Brass Anaconda Brass. Waterbury, CT The Anamet, Inc. property is located at 698 South Main Street in Waterbury, New Haven County, Connecticut. The 17.6-acre property is occupied by three buildings … Continue reading
something different for your viewing pleasure see the Feature here….
See the rest of this urban exploration here….
Kind of a frustrating day. Only managed to bag 1 out of my 3 Abandoned America targets – The Nuthouse Powerhouse…. … Left the house in the car at the crack o’ dawn to make some time upstate to suss … Continue reading
Feature: Abandoned America. Waterbury Products..
Here’s a little backstory. I was out tooling around “the Valley”. It was a beautiful day, I felt like busting out of the shop for a bit so i grabbed my camera and beat feet. I really didn’t have a … Continue reading