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Ruiny w Detroit (19)

EN_01361611_0001 MDR
Detroit, USA: A former radio station has been completely destroyed. HAUNTING new photos show how a once thriving US city looks years after a disastrous decline. An eerie series of shots of modern-day Detroit include dusty shots of a dilapidated children???s centre, a spooky auditorium with all the seats ripped out, and the skeletal remains of a century-old synagogue. Another evocative shot shows a broken child???s kart in an abandoned and destitute car factory ??" a painful metaphor for the decline of the city which once prided itself on its automotive heritage as the birthplace of the Ford Motor Company. The reasons behind the rapid decline of Detroit in Michigan ??" which saw a catastrophic population loss of over 600,000 between 1950 and 1980 ??" have been well documented. Huge-scale riots, a declining automobile industry, an increase in violently criminal gangs, and natural disasters, such as ice storms, all played their part to cripple the former metropolis. Once an industrial beacon for the whole country, the city is now a byword for urban decade, filled with empty factories, derelict homes and a sky-rocketing crime rate. Mediadrumimages / Kyle Brooky
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Detroit, USA: The tattered remains of Blane Shul Synagogue. HAUNTING new photos show how a once thriving US city looks years after a disastrous decline. An eerie series of shots of modern-day Detroit include dusty shots of a dilapidated children???s centre, a spooky auditorium with all the seats ripped out, and the skeletal remains of a century-old synagogue. Another evocative shot shows a broken child???s kart in an abandoned and destitute car factory ??" a painful metaphor for the decline of the city which once prided itself on its automotive heritage as the birthplace of the Ford Motor Company. The reasons behind the rapid decline of Detroit in Michigan ??" which saw a catastrophic population loss of over 600,000 between 1950 and 1980 ??" have been well documented. Huge-scale riots, a declining automobile industry, an increase in violently criminal gangs, and natural disasters, such as ice storms, all played their part to cripple the former metropolis. Once an industrial beacon for the whole country, the city is now a byword for urban decade, filled with empty factories, derelict homes and a sky-rocketing crime rate. Mediadrumimages / Kyle Brooky
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Detroit, USA: Ceiling tiles and graffiti litter the former George Brady Elementary school hall. HAUNTING new photos show how a once thriving US city looks years after a disastrous decline. An eerie series of shots of modern-day Detroit include dusty shots of a dilapidated children???s centre, a spooky auditorium with all the seats ripped out, and the skeletal remains of a century-old synagogue. Another evocative shot shows a broken child???s kart in an abandoned and destitute car factory ??" a painful metaphor for the decline of the city which once prided itself on its automotive heritage as the birthplace of the Ford Motor Company. The reasons behind the rapid decline of Detroit in Michigan ??" which saw a catastrophic population loss of over 600,000 between 1950 and 1980 ??" have been well documented. Huge-scale riots, a declining automobile industry, an increase in violently criminal gangs, and natural disasters, such as ice storms, all played their part to cripple the former metropolis. Once an industrial beacon for the whole country, the city is now a byword for urban decade, filled with empty factories, derelict homes and a sky-rocketing crime rate. Mediadrumimages / Kyle Brooky
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Detroit, USA: Abandoned hotels and buildings have been ransacked throughout Detroit. HAUNTING new photos show how a once thriving US city looks years after a disastrous decline. An eerie series of shots of modern-day Detroit include dusty shots of a dilapidated children???s centre, a spooky auditorium with all the seats ripped out, and the skeletal remains of a century-old synagogue. Another evocative shot shows a broken child???s kart in an abandoned and destitute car factory ??" a painful metaphor for the decline of the city which once prided itself on its automotive heritage as the birthplace of the Ford Motor Company. The reasons behind the rapid decline of Detroit in Michigan ??" which saw a catastrophic population loss of over 600,000 between 1950 and 1980 ??" have been well documented. Huge-scale riots, a declining automobile industry, an increase in violently criminal gangs, and natural disasters, such as ice storms, all played their part to cripple the former metropolis. Once an industrial beacon for the whole country, the city is now a byword for urban decade, filled with empty factories, derelict homes and a sky-rocketing crime rate. Mediadrumimages / Kyle Brooky
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Detroit, USA: A decaying hosital bed in the derelict North Greater Detroit Hospital. HAUNTING new photos show how a once thriving US city looks years after a disastrous decline. An eerie series of shots of modern-day Detroit include dusty shots of a dilapidated children???s centre, a spooky auditorium with all the seats ripped out, and the skeletal remains of a century-old synagogue. Another evocative shot shows a broken child???s kart in an abandoned and destitute car factory ??" a painful metaphor for the decline of the city which once prided itself on its automotive heritage as the birthplace of the Ford Motor Company. The reasons behind the rapid decline of Detroit in Michigan ??" which saw a catastrophic population loss of over 600,000 between 1950 and 1980 ??" have been well documented. Huge-scale riots, a declining automobile industry, an increase in violently criminal gangs, and natural disasters, such as ice storms, all played their part to cripple the former metropolis. Once an industrial beacon for the whole country, the city is now a byword for urban decade, filled with empty factories, derelict homes and a sky-rocketing crime rate. Mediadrumimages / Kyle Brooky
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Detroit, USA: A stripper's high heel lays abandoned in the 007 Gentlemen???s Club. HAUNTING new photos show how a once thriving US city looks years after a disastrous decline. An eerie series of shots of modern-day Detroit include dusty shots of a dilapidated children???s centre, a spooky auditorium with all the seats ripped out, and the skeletal remains of a century-old synagogue. Another evocative shot shows a broken child???s kart in an abandoned and destitute car factory ??" a painful metaphor for the decline of the city which once prided itself on its automotive heritage as the birthplace of the Ford Motor Company. The reasons behind the rapid decline of Detroit in Michigan ??" which saw a catastrophic population loss of over 600,000 between 1950 and 1980 ??" have been well documented. Huge-scale riots, a declining automobile industry, an increase in violently criminal gangs, and natural disasters, such as ice storms, all played their part to cripple the former metropolis. Once an industrial beacon for the whole country, the city is now a byword for urban decade, filled with empty factories, derelict homes and a sky-rocketing crime rate. Mediadrumimages / Kyle Brooky
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Detroit, USA: Over one third of all properties in the city were foreclosed on between 2005 and 2014, totaling roughly 140,000 homes and buildings. HAUNTING new photos show how a once thriving US city looks years after a disastrous decline. An eerie series of shots of modern-day Detroit include dusty shots of a dilapidated children???s centre, a spooky auditorium with all the seats ripped out, and the skeletal remains of a century-old synagogue. Another evocative shot shows a broken child???s kart in an abandoned and destitute car factory ??" a painful metaphor for the decline of the city which once prided itself on its automotive heritage as the birthplace of the Ford Motor Company. The reasons behind the rapid decline of Detroit in Michigan ??" which saw a catastrophic population loss of over 600,000 between 1950 and 1980 ??" have been well documented. Huge-scale riots, a declining automobile industry, an increase in violently criminal gangs, and natural disasters, such as ice storms, all played their part to cripple the former metropolis. Once an industrial beacon for the whole country, the city is now a byword for urban decade, filled with empty factories, derelict homes and a sky-rocketing crime rate. Mediadrumimages / Kyle Brooky
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Detroit, USA: Forsaken prayer books stackedin the East Grand Boulevard Methodist Church hall. HAUNTING new photos show how a once thriving US city looks years after a disastrous decline. An eerie series of shots of modern-day Detroit include dusty shots of a dilapidated children???s centre, a spooky auditorium with all the seats ripped out, and the skeletal remains of a century-old synagogue. Another evocative shot shows a broken child???s kart in an abandoned and destitute car factory ??" a painful metaphor for the decline of the city which once prided itself on its automotive heritage as the birthplace of the Ford Motor Company. The reasons behind the rapid decline of Detroit in Michigan ??" which saw a catastrophic population loss of over 600,000 between 1950 and 1980 ??" have been well documented. Huge-scale riots, a declining automobile industry, an increase in violently criminal gangs, and natural disasters, such as ice storms, all played their part to cripple the former metropolis. Once an industrial beacon for the whole country, the city is now a byword for urban decade, filled with empty factories, derelict homes and a sky-rocketing crime rate. Mediadrumimages / Kyle Brooky
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Detroit, USA: Long-forgotten books still line the shelves of John S. Gray Library. HAUNTING new photos show how a once thriving US city looks years after a disastrous decline. An eerie series of shots of modern-day Detroit include dusty shots of a dilapidated children???s centre, a spooky auditorium with all the seats ripped out, and the skeletal remains of a century-old synagogue. Another evocative shot shows a broken child???s kart in an abandoned and destitute car factory ??" a painful metaphor for the decline of the city which once prided itself on its automotive heritage as the birthplace of the Ford Motor Company. The reasons behind the rapid decline of Detroit in Michigan ??" which saw a catastrophic population loss of over 600,000 between 1950 and 1980 ??" have been well documented. Huge-scale riots, a declining automobile industry, an increase in violently criminal gangs, and natural disasters, such as ice storms, all played their part to cripple the former metropolis. Once an industrial beacon for the whole country, the city is now a byword for urban decade, filled with empty factories, derelict homes and a sky-rocketing crime rate. Mediadrumimages / Kyle Brooky
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Detroit, USA: The decline in the US's automobile industry is a significant reason for the city's downfall. HAUNTING new photos show how a once thriving US city looks years after a disastrous decline. An eerie series of shots of modern-day Detroit include dusty shots of a dilapidated children???s centre, a spooky auditorium with all the seats ripped out, and the skeletal remains of a century-old synagogue. Another evocative shot shows a broken child???s kart in an abandoned and destitute car factory ??" a painful metaphor for the decline of the city which once prided itself on its automotive heritage as the birthplace of the Ford Motor Company. The reasons behind the rapid decline of Detroit in Michigan ??" which saw a catastrophic population loss of over 600,000 between 1950 and 1980 ??" have been well documented. Huge-scale riots, a declining automobile industry, an increase in violently criminal gangs, and natural disasters, such as ice storms, all played their part to cripple the former metropolis. Once an industrial beacon for the whole country, the city is now a byword for urban decade, filled with empty factories, derelict homes and a sky-rocketing crime rate. Mediadrumimages / Kyle Brooky
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Detroit, USA: Cooley High School's derelict auditorium in HAUNTING new photos show how a once thriving US city looks years after a disastrous decline. An eerie series of shots of modern-day Detroit include dusty shots of a dilapidated children???s centre, a spooky auditorium with all the seats ripped out, and the skeletal remains of a century-old synagogue. Another evocative shot shows a broken child???s kart in an abandoned and destitute car factory ??" a painful metaphor for the decline of the city which once prided itself on its automotive heritage as the birthplace of the Ford Motor Company. The reasons behind the rapid decline of Detroit in Michigan ??" which saw a catastrophic population loss of over 600,000 between 1950 and 1980 ??" have been well documented. Huge-scale riots, a declining automobile industry, an increase in violently criminal gangs, and natural disasters, such as ice storms, all played their part to cripple the former metropolis. Once an industrial beacon for the whole country, the city is now a byword for urban decade, filled with empty factories, derelict homes and a sky-rocketing crime rate. Mediadrumimages / Kyle Brooky
EN_01361611_0014 MDR
Detroit, USA: The AMC???s 1.46 million square-foot building is a haunting reminder fo the city's glory days. HAUNTING new photos show how a once thriving US city looks years after a disastrous decline. An eerie series of shots of modern-day Detroit include dusty shots of a dilapidated children???s centre, a spooky auditorium with all the seats ripped out, and the skeletal remains of a century-old synagogue. Another evocative shot shows a broken child???s kart in an abandoned and destitute car factory ??" a painful metaphor for the decline of the city which once prided itself on its automotive heritage as the birthplace of the Ford Motor Company. The reasons behind the rapid decline of Detroit in Michigan ??" which saw a catastrophic population loss of over 600,000 between 1950 and 1980 ??" have been well documented. Huge-scale riots, a declining automobile industry, an increase in violently criminal gangs, and natural disasters, such as ice storms, all played their part to cripple the former metropolis. Once an industrial beacon for the whole country, the city is now a byword for urban decade, filled with empty factories, derelict homes and a sky-rocketing crime rate. Mediadrumimages / Kyle Brooky
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Detroit, USA: The rusty remains of the Clawson Concrete Plant No. 8 formed the backdrop to the Eminem film 8-Mile. HAUNTING new photos show how a once thriving US city looks years after a disastrous decline. An eerie series of shots of modern-day Detroit include dusty shots of a dilapidated children???s centre, a spooky auditorium with all the seats ripped out, and the skeletal remains of a century-old synagogue. Another evocative shot shows a broken child???s kart in an abandoned and destitute car factory ??" a painful metaphor for the decline of the city which once prided itself on its automotive heritage as the birthplace of the Ford Motor Company. The reasons behind the rapid decline of Detroit in Michigan ??" which saw a catastrophic population loss of over 600,000 between 1950 and 1980 ??" have been well documented. Huge-scale riots, a declining automobile industry, an increase in violently criminal gangs, and natural disasters, such as ice storms, all played their part to cripple the former metropolis. Once an industrial beacon for the whole country, the city is now a byword for urban decade, filled with empty factories, derelict homes and a sky-rocketing crime rate. Mediadrumimages / Kyle Brooky
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Detroit, USA: The grand balroom in the Highland Tower Apartments is a shadow of its former self. HAUNTING new photos show how a once thriving US city looks years after a disastrous decline. An eerie series of shots of modern-day Detroit include dusty shots of a dilapidated children???s centre, a spooky auditorium with all the seats ripped out, and the skeletal remains of a century-old synagogue. Another evocative shot shows a broken child???s kart in an abandoned and destitute car factory ??" a painful metaphor for the decline of the city which once prided itself on its automotive heritage as the birthplace of the Ford Motor Company. The reasons behind the rapid decline of Detroit in Michigan ??" which saw a catastrophic population loss of over 600,000 between 1950 and 1980 ??" have been well documented. Huge-scale riots, a declining automobile industry, an increase in violently criminal gangs, and natural disasters, such as ice storms, all played their part to cripple the former metropolis. Once an industrial beacon for the whole country, the city is now a byword for urban decade, filled with empty factories, derelict homes and a sky-rocketing crime rate. Mediadrumimages / Kyle Brooky
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Detroit, USA: An abandoned children's care centre. HAUNTING new photos show how a once thriving US city looks years after a disastrous decline. An eerie series of shots of modern-day Detroit include dusty shots of a dilapidated children???s centre, a spooky auditorium with all the seats ripped out, and the skeletal remains of a century-old synagogue. Another evocative shot shows a broken child???s kart in an abandoned and destitute car factory ??" a painful metaphor for the decline of the city which once prided itself on its automotive heritage as the birthplace of the Ford Motor Company. The reasons behind the rapid decline of Detroit in Michigan ??" which saw a catastrophic population loss of over 600,000 between 1950 and 1980 ??" have been well documented. Huge-scale riots, a declining automobile industry, an increase in violently criminal gangs, and natural disasters, such as ice storms, all played their part to cripple the former metropolis. Once an industrial beacon for the whole country, the city is now a byword for urban decade, filled with empty factories, derelict homes and a sky-rocketing crime rate. Mediadrumimages / Kyle Brooky
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Detroit, USA: A spooky scene shot in the Western Branch YMCA. HAUNTING new photos show how a once thriving US city looks years after a disastrous decline. An eerie series of shots of modern-day Detroit include dusty shots of a dilapidated children???s centre, a spooky auditorium with all the seats ripped out, and the skeletal remains of a century-old synagogue. Another evocative shot shows a broken child???s kart in an abandoned and destitute car factory ??" a painful metaphor for the decline of the city which once prided itself on its automotive heritage as the birthplace of the Ford Motor Company. The reasons behind the rapid decline of Detroit in Michigan ??" which saw a catastrophic population loss of over 600,000 between 1950 and 1980 ??" have been well documented. Huge-scale riots, a declining automobile industry, an increase in violently criminal gangs, and natural disasters, such as ice storms, all played their part to cripple the former metropolis. Once an industrial beacon for the whole country, the city is now a byword for urban decade, filled with empty factories, derelict homes and a sky-rocketing crime rate. Mediadrumimages / Kyle Brooky
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Detroit, USA: The old penitentiary now looks eeire and forlornHAUNTING new photos show how a once thriving US city looks years after a disastrous decline. An eerie series of shots of modern-day Detroit include dusty shots of a dilapidated children???s centre, a spooky auditorium with all the seats ripped out, and the skeletal remains of a century-old synagogue. Another evocative shot shows a broken child???s kart in an abandoned and destitute car factory ??" a painful metaphor for the decline of the city which once prided itself on its automotive heritage as the birthplace of the Ford Motor Company. The reasons behind the rapid decline of Detroit in Michigan ??" which saw a catastrophic population loss of over 600,000 between 1950 and 1980 ??" have been well documented. Huge-scale riots, a declining automobile industry, an increase in violently criminal gangs, and natural disasters, such as ice storms, all played their part to cripple the former metropolis. Once an industrial beacon for the whole country, the city is now a byword for urban decade, filled with empty factories, derelict homes and a sky-rocketing crime rate. Mediadrumimages / Kyle Brooky
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Detroit, USA: Plants from the old prison greenhouse make a bid for freedom. HAUNTING new photos show how a once thriving US city looks years after a disastrous decline. An eerie series of shots of modern-day Detroit include dusty shots of a dilapidated children???s centre, a spooky auditorium with all the seats ripped out, and the skeletal remains of a century-old synagogue. Another evocative shot shows a broken child???s kart in an abandoned and destitute car factory ??" a painful metaphor for the decline of the city which once prided itself on its automotive heritage as the birthplace of the Ford Motor Company. The reasons behind the rapid decline of Detroit in Michigan ??" which saw a catastrophic population loss of over 600,000 between 1950 and 1980 ??" have been well documented. Huge-scale riots, a declining automobile industry, an increase in violently criminal gangs, and natural disasters, such as ice storms, all played their part to cripple the former metropolis. Once an industrial beacon for the whole country, the city is now a byword for urban decade, filled with empty factories, derelict homes and a sky-rocketing crime rate. Mediadrumimages / Kyle Brooky
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Detroit, USA: A shattered chair sits in the eerie old Grande Ballroom. HAUNTING new photos show how a once thriving US city looks years after a disastrous decline. An eerie series of shots of modern-day Detroit include dusty shots of a dilapidated children???s centre, a spooky auditorium with all the seats ripped out, and the skeletal remains of a century-old synagogue. Another evocative shot shows a broken child???s kart in an abandoned and destitute car factory ??" a painful metaphor for the decline of the city which once prided itself on its automotive heritage as the birthplace of the Ford Motor Company. The reasons behind the rapid decline of Detroit in Michigan ??" which saw a catastrophic population loss of over 600,000 between 1950 and 1980 ??" have been well documented. Huge-scale riots, a declining automobile industry, an increase in violently criminal gangs, and natural disasters, such as ice storms, all played their part to cripple the former metropolis. Once an industrial beacon for the whole country, the city is now a byword for urban decade, filled with empty factories, derelict homes and a sky-rocketing crime rate. Mediadrumimages / Kyle Brooky

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