Several weeks ago, I revisited the Indiana Army Ammunitions Plant. INAAP, which manufactured smokeless gunpowder, was the largest of its type in the world.
Two power plants, constructed for the Indiana Ammunitions Depot in Indiana, were demolished in 2011-12. Check out the amazing video from the implosion!
Exploring a disused military ammunition depot brings back thoughts of the Walking Dead.
Milroy, Indiana’s high school was constructed in 1913 with several large additions tacked on over the years.
To be offered beginning in June, the Indianapolis, Indiana Catacomb tours will take the public beneath City Market into mostly unknown catacombs that date to 1886. The cavernous walkways, featuring brick archways and columns of limestone, encompass more than 20,000 square feet and were part of Tomlinson Hall, a structure along Market Street that burned in 1958.
After a recent drive through Cairo, Illinois (article forthcoming), and seeing the effects of decades of racial segregation and violence, and then economic decline and population loss, I wondered what other major and minor cities in the United States has experienced such steep and dramatic losses? Besides Cairo, Detroit and Wheeling, I asked my Facebook readers of other examples.
It has been a year of little change at the Indiana Army Ammunition Plant.
Despite the overarching theme of Abandoned to explore an abandonment in urbanized areas, there is a lot to be said for getting lost through the rural, blank landscape of the Midwest.
A foggy morning at the Indiana Army Ammunition Plant.
The Moser Leather Company was one of New Albany, Indiana’s five leather companies during the early-20th century.