One of automotive Detroit's most massive ruins.
This former warehouse and industrial plant near Detroit's City Airport was vacated after a long battle between its owners and the city over a planned airport expansion that never took place.
A former industrial plant on the west side of the city. Demolished in 2013.
A former auto parts supplier.
A ten story warehouse, abandoned and unused on the riverfront.
A small cement plant including storage / mixing sheds and several silos.
Industrial brownfield on Jefferson avenue that was once an automobile and airplane engine manufacturer.
A large railroad line being converted into walkways.
A factory that once made headlamps for the Ford Model T car.
An industrial building most recently used for recycling. Demolished in 2011.
One of the last remaining buildings of the Fisher automobile complex.
Once a ship-building firm, now waiting for redevelopment into condos.
A massive warehouse filled with rotting food.
Hoban Cold Storage is an abandoned warehouse complex in Detroit.
The former Detroit Insulated Wire Company warehouse was abandoned after a fire leveled much of the complex.
The now mothballed McLouth steel plant was once Trenton's largest employer.
Roberts Brass Manufacturing is an abandoned industrial building located on Fort Street.
The Sander's name was once synonymous with candy and baked goods, made at a plant in Highland Park which closed in 1995.
A parts supplier for the automotive industry.
One part of the former Sybill Oil complex, a burned out and collapsed factory.
Mostly gutted and scrapped, this slaughterhouse sits on the edge of the Eastern Market.
The former Uniroyal Tire plant on Jefferson avenue was once a sprawling industrial complex. Demolished in 1985, the site now awaits redevelopment.
The Wayne Foundry was a machining and stamping company located on Hubbard Street in Detroit. The building is currently abandoned.