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The Abandoned Packard Motor Car Company: Detroit's Grandest Ruins

Reputed to the the largest abandoned site in North America, Packard has perhaps been hit harder by arson, scrappers, and vandals than any other abandoned site as well. By Matthew Christopher of Abandoned America.

Wondering what to do in Detroit, Michigan? Check out this post for a list of the best restaurants, bars, beautiful places, amazing murals, museums full of history, the hotel I stayed in with a beautiful view of the downtown Detroit skyline, and more. I hope this helps you add some fun activities to your bucket list if you're looking to explore this state in the Midwest!

Wondering what to do in Detroit, Michigan? Check out this post for a list of the best restaurants, bars, beautiful places, amazing murals, museums full of history, the hotel I stayed in with a beautiful view of the downtown Detroit skyline, and more. I hope this helps you add some fun activities to your bucket list if you're looking to explore this state in the Midwest!

Detroit's Whitney Building.  My parents were married here in 1956 and it was "The Place to Be" back then.

Rising from the ashes – letting Detroit’s industrial heritage inspire a new era of design and innovation Few cities have felt the sting of urban decline more than Detroit. The city rose on the migh…

Detroit embodies the devolution of the factory belt into the rust belt”, implying that Detroit is a derelict, dead city. Description from thetfs.ca. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Detroit, the amercian Motor City (“Motown”) and world car industry flagship (Ford, Cadillac, Chrysler), is now the symbol of a half-mast economy. Photographers Yves Marchand and Romain …

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Can Detroit's Architectural Past Inspire It to Claw Back to Greatness? | Raw File | Wired.com

It often happens that news events create a new context for existing photo projects, and such is the case with Philip Jarmain’s photos of Detroit in light of the city's recent filing for bankruptcy.

This is a collage of various homes of Woodward Avenue, Detroit, in the late 19th century. Only two of them still exist today. **second row, first picture on left and second row, last picture on the right are the two houses still in existence.**

This is a collage of various homes of Woodward Avenue, Detroit, in the late 19th century. Only two of them still exist today.

Michigan Central Train Station

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