Follow AbandonedWay Hembrug is an abandoned production site of ammunition and weaponry, located in between Zaandam and Amsterdam. Hembrug used to be a military production site that functioned as the logistic heart of the Stelling van Amsterdam (Dutch defence strategy) since 1895, but lost its original
Follow AbandonedWay Haut-Fourneau 6 Seraing is a demolished blast-furnace in the Liege region of Belgium. HF6 was built in 1957-59 by SA Société Métallurgique d’Espérance-Longdoz, an ancient Belgian coal mining and steelmaking company having its headquarters in Seraing, near Liège.
Follow AbandonedWay American Motors Corporation Headquarters is an abandoned factory building in Detroit, Michigan. The AMC building didn’t always stand desolate, ravaged, and silent. It was designed by Amedeo Leoni, who designed the new facilities, which included offices, a three-story factory and power plant.
Follow AbandonedWay Old Crow Distillery is an abandoned distillery in central Kentucky. The plant closed in 1987 as a result of a buy-out from competitor Jim Bean. The site today is partially reused as Glenns Creek Distilling. Kentucky has been all about bourbon since the Commonwealth was established just over 226 years ago.
Follow AbandonedWay Lonaconing Silk Mill is an abandoned historic textile mill operated by the Klotz Throwing Company and located in the Georges Creek Valley of western Maryland. The mill has been nominated by the George’s Creek Watershed Association for the National Trust for Historic Preservation’s
Follow AbandonedWay The Richman Brothers Factory is an abandoned plant of men’s suits, furnishings and hats in Cleveland, Ohio. Richman Brothers Company operated a tailoring plant, a national network of stores and an office complex. The company was originally founded by Jewish-Bavarian immigrant Henry Richman Sr.
The Huber Breaker was built in 1939 to replace the old Maxwell Breaker. Pictures Show the Blue Coal Huber Breaker Before It Was Demolished
ill is an abandoned grain mill originally built in 1808, in Hamburg, New Jersey. The abandoned Wheatsworth Mill building was listed on Preservation New Jersey's Most Endangered Historic Places list in 2012.
Hamburg Paper Mill is an abandoned facility near old Wheatsworth Mill in New Jersey. The Hamburg Paper Mill was left to rot, and after decades of neglect very little remains of the complex.
The Hackensack Water Works buildings were constructed between 1882 and 1931 on an artificial island in the middle of a New Jersey river. Today New Jersey Water Works is an abandoned site.