patgavin:

Wheeling-Pittsburgh Steel Corp., Steubenville, Ohio.
According to Wikipedia we explored this place only one month after they began laying off employees. As of right now most of the place is demolished. In June 2013 the remaining pieces of the blast furnaces will be brought down with controlled demolition. A few buildings remain towards the front of the complex but will probably be demolished soon after.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wheeling-Pittsburgh_Steel patgavin:

Wheeling-Pittsburgh Steel Corp., Steubenville, Ohio.
According to Wikipedia we explored this place only one month after they began laying off employees. As of right now most of the place is demolished. In June 2013 the remaining pieces of the blast furnaces will be brought down with controlled demolition. A few buildings remain towards the front of the complex but will probably be demolished soon after.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wheeling-Pittsburgh_Steel patgavin:

Wheeling-Pittsburgh Steel Corp., Steubenville, Ohio.
According to Wikipedia we explored this place only one month after they began laying off employees. As of right now most of the place is demolished. In June 2013 the remaining pieces of the blast furnaces will be brought down with controlled demolition. A few buildings remain towards the front of the complex but will probably be demolished soon after.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wheeling-Pittsburgh_Steel patgavin:

Wheeling-Pittsburgh Steel Corp., Steubenville, Ohio.
According to Wikipedia we explored this place only one month after they began laying off employees. As of right now most of the place is demolished. In June 2013 the remaining pieces of the blast furnaces will be brought down with controlled demolition. A few buildings remain towards the front of the complex but will probably be demolished soon after.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wheeling-Pittsburgh_Steel patgavin:

Wheeling-Pittsburgh Steel Corp., Steubenville, Ohio.
According to Wikipedia we explored this place only one month after they began laying off employees. As of right now most of the place is demolished. In June 2013 the remaining pieces of the blast furnaces will be brought down with controlled demolition. A few buildings remain towards the front of the complex but will probably be demolished soon after.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wheeling-Pittsburgh_Steel patgavin:

Wheeling-Pittsburgh Steel Corp., Steubenville, Ohio.
According to Wikipedia we explored this place only one month after they began laying off employees. As of right now most of the place is demolished. In June 2013 the remaining pieces of the blast furnaces will be brought down with controlled demolition. A few buildings remain towards the front of the complex but will probably be demolished soon after.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wheeling-Pittsburgh_Steel patgavin:

Wheeling-Pittsburgh Steel Corp., Steubenville, Ohio.
According to Wikipedia we explored this place only one month after they began laying off employees. As of right now most of the place is demolished. In June 2013 the remaining pieces of the blast furnaces will be brought down with controlled demolition. A few buildings remain towards the front of the complex but will probably be demolished soon after.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wheeling-Pittsburgh_Steel patgavin:

Wheeling-Pittsburgh Steel Corp., Steubenville, Ohio.
According to Wikipedia we explored this place only one month after they began laying off employees. As of right now most of the place is demolished. In June 2013 the remaining pieces of the blast furnaces will be brought down with controlled demolition. A few buildings remain towards the front of the complex but will probably be demolished soon after.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wheeling-Pittsburgh_Steel patgavin:

Wheeling-Pittsburgh Steel Corp., Steubenville, Ohio.
According to Wikipedia we explored this place only one month after they began laying off employees. As of right now most of the place is demolished. In June 2013 the remaining pieces of the blast furnaces will be brought down with controlled demolition. A few buildings remain towards the front of the complex but will probably be demolished soon after.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wheeling-Pittsburgh_Steel patgavin:

Wheeling-Pittsburgh Steel Corp., Steubenville, Ohio.
According to Wikipedia we explored this place only one month after they began laying off employees. As of right now most of the place is demolished. In June 2013 the remaining pieces of the blast furnaces will be brought down with controlled demolition. A few buildings remain towards the front of the complex but will probably be demolished soon after.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wheeling-Pittsburgh_Steel

patgavin:

Wheeling-Pittsburgh Steel Corp., Steubenville, Ohio.

According to Wikipedia we explored this place only one month after they began laying off employees. As of right now most of the place is demolished. In June 2013 the remaining pieces of the blast furnaces will be brought down with controlled demolition. A few buildings remain towards the front of the complex but will probably be demolished soon after.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wheeling-Pittsburgh_Steel

kneejerkimagery:

Foundry Floor on Flickr.

Places to be, places to go.

Abandoned factory.
By hugojcardoso

amandaols:

A shot from Sunday

lostlosangeles:

Ice Queen on Flickr.

Cold storage
some call it the gap

enterprising
what we store,
lips pursed
chest inflated

abandoned Dixie Brewery - New Orleans

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  1. Camera: Canon EOS 650D
  2. Aperture: f/2.5
  3. Exposure: 1/4000th
  4. Focal Length: 50mm
urbantrespasser:

TCI Ensley Steel Works. Accompanied by two experienced UER contacts,  I ventured to Birmingham for a morning exploration of this awesome location. Most of the buildings are demolished, leaving those in my photos here, and the giant hot metal mixer in the 1st photo. TCI Ensley was built in 1888 and was closed in 1976. More information can be found here: http://www.bhamwiki.com/w/Ensley_Works urbantrespasser:

TCI Ensley Steel Works. Accompanied by two experienced UER contacts,  I ventured to Birmingham for a morning exploration of this awesome location. Most of the buildings are demolished, leaving those in my photos here, and the giant hot metal mixer in the 1st photo. TCI Ensley was built in 1888 and was closed in 1976. More information can be found here: http://www.bhamwiki.com/w/Ensley_Works urbantrespasser:

TCI Ensley Steel Works. Accompanied by two experienced UER contacts,  I ventured to Birmingham for a morning exploration of this awesome location. Most of the buildings are demolished, leaving those in my photos here, and the giant hot metal mixer in the 1st photo. TCI Ensley was built in 1888 and was closed in 1976. More information can be found here: http://www.bhamwiki.com/w/Ensley_Works urbantrespasser:

TCI Ensley Steel Works. Accompanied by two experienced UER contacts,  I ventured to Birmingham for a morning exploration of this awesome location. Most of the buildings are demolished, leaving those in my photos here, and the giant hot metal mixer in the 1st photo. TCI Ensley was built in 1888 and was closed in 1976. More information can be found here: http://www.bhamwiki.com/w/Ensley_Works urbantrespasser:

TCI Ensley Steel Works. Accompanied by two experienced UER contacts,  I ventured to Birmingham for a morning exploration of this awesome location. Most of the buildings are demolished, leaving those in my photos here, and the giant hot metal mixer in the 1st photo. TCI Ensley was built in 1888 and was closed in 1976. More information can be found here: http://www.bhamwiki.com/w/Ensley_Works urbantrespasser:

TCI Ensley Steel Works. Accompanied by two experienced UER contacts,  I ventured to Birmingham for a morning exploration of this awesome location. Most of the buildings are demolished, leaving those in my photos here, and the giant hot metal mixer in the 1st photo. TCI Ensley was built in 1888 and was closed in 1976. More information can be found here: http://www.bhamwiki.com/w/Ensley_Works urbantrespasser:

TCI Ensley Steel Works. Accompanied by two experienced UER contacts,  I ventured to Birmingham for a morning exploration of this awesome location. Most of the buildings are demolished, leaving those in my photos here, and the giant hot metal mixer in the 1st photo. TCI Ensley was built in 1888 and was closed in 1976. More information can be found here: http://www.bhamwiki.com/w/Ensley_Works urbantrespasser:

TCI Ensley Steel Works. Accompanied by two experienced UER contacts,  I ventured to Birmingham for a morning exploration of this awesome location. Most of the buildings are demolished, leaving those in my photos here, and the giant hot metal mixer in the 1st photo. TCI Ensley was built in 1888 and was closed in 1976. More information can be found here: http://www.bhamwiki.com/w/Ensley_Works urbantrespasser:

TCI Ensley Steel Works. Accompanied by two experienced UER contacts,  I ventured to Birmingham for a morning exploration of this awesome location. Most of the buildings are demolished, leaving those in my photos here, and the giant hot metal mixer in the 1st photo. TCI Ensley was built in 1888 and was closed in 1976. More information can be found here: http://www.bhamwiki.com/w/Ensley_Works urbantrespasser:

TCI Ensley Steel Works. Accompanied by two experienced UER contacts,  I ventured to Birmingham for a morning exploration of this awesome location. Most of the buildings are demolished, leaving those in my photos here, and the giant hot metal mixer in the 1st photo. TCI Ensley was built in 1888 and was closed in 1976. More information can be found here: http://www.bhamwiki.com/w/Ensley_Works

urbantrespasser:

TCI Ensley Steel Works. Accompanied by two experienced UER contacts,  I ventured to Birmingham for a morning exploration of this awesome location. Most of the buildings are demolished, leaving those in my photos here, and the giant hot metal mixer in the 1st photo. TCI Ensley was built in 1888 and was closed in 1976. More information can be found here: http://www.bhamwiki.com/w/Ensley_Works

ferfuxsake:

homeintheforest:

Old Cabin. by Jenna Phelps on Flickr.

I don’t think it can get any more beautiful than that.