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The American Motor Corporation (AMC) began as an appliance producer known as the Kelvinator Corporation. Founded in 1916 by Nathanial Wales, the company manufactured refrigerators and other household appliances. They released the first refrigerator in 1925. As the company’s operations … Continue reading
Tagged Abandoned, Architecture, Decay, derelict, Detroit, Engineering, Factory, History, Industrial, Michigan, Photography, Ruins, urban, Urbex
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Location: East Kingston, NY History The Hudson Cement Company began its operations next to the Hudson River in East Kingston in the late 1950’s. The area is known for producing raw construction materials including, quarried limestone, bricks and cement. The … Continue reading
Tagged Abandoned, Catskills, Cement Works, Decay, Factory, Forgotten, History, Industrial Ruins, Industry, Photography, Ruins, Urbex
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Location: Genola, Utah The Tintic Standard Mining Company was established by Emil J. Raddatz in October of 1907. The Tintic Standard Reduction Mill was built by the Tintic Mining Company in 1921 at a cost of $580,000 so that they … Continue reading
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Part 1 Part two of the Kings Park series includes support buildings and infrastructure. For the hospital to be mostly self-sustaining it needed buildings for power generation, food production and to house maintenance shops. The buildings are more industrial in … Continue reading
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Location: Kingston, NY Note: The photos below are keyed into the directory of the remaining abandoned Brick Works Buildings. Not shown are the buildings that have been removed in recent years. At one time there was a thriving brick industry … Continue reading
Tagged Abandoned, Abandonment, Architecture, Catskills, Forgotten, History, Industrial Ruins, Kingston, Photography, Ruins, Urbex