It's especially sad when the roof goes.
Unlike the railroad tracks, it doesn't look like this building is going anywhere.
In towns an d cities things coe and go just as we ourselves do. At least, from the look of the tracks, the trains still run.
I like the shadows highlighting the ribbed metal exterior of the factory.
could be anywhere in the world, sadly.
Beauty is in the most humble things, and this image speaks of way more than only decay.
Wonderful lines and composition.
Always enjoy your decay shots, JM! Maybe it's because I love the sense of history. Sadly, we're seeing sights like this in the US that have nothing to do with history, just the economy! But I guess that's true in cities all over our rather sad world these days. Hope you have a great weekend!Sylvia
Oh, I love your new header!
Sadly this is quite a familiar sight, but I like the contrast with the rails in foreground, which seems to be in perfect order.
The light and lines of this shot are very striking. Nicely done!
Si las cosas abandonadas hablaran.Buena foto.
Wonderful to see... but the rails steal the show.
Great capture, Jose. Love the composition in this one.
Did you manage to gain access into there. I bet the opportunity for photography is amazing in there.Shaun Valleys ShutterBug
Love that building.
It is very photogenic!
This could be any country town in Australia, though this is usually not much graffiti in country towns.
Excellent composition JM, I can't help wondering when I see old decaying buildings like this, what were they like in their heyday!
Again an image with great composition, lines and light.
Superb graphic lines. The side light is just right and the composition excellent.
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