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Monday, September 8, 2014

Abandoned foundry





Abandoned U. S. Pipe / foundry along Interstate 24
Chattanooga, Tennessee, U. S. A.

I've always wanted to get photos of this abandoned property.
Finally, I wasn't driving and remembered to get the camera ready as we whizzed by on the interstate.
I would love to get in there and explore.
f11, 1/2000 sec, ISO 800, ~60 mph

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16 comments:

Brian King said...

Huge place! It would be a nice photo op!

TexWisGirl said...

wow. huge place to go to waste!

Rose said...

It is unanimous--it is huge! Too bad it isn't being used for something. All that space going to waste.

doodles n daydreams said...

At the risk of being boring - what a huge place. Yes you could find lots to photograph in there I should imagine.

Diana

Tom said...

There are a bunch of places like this littering the countryside. Tom The Backroads Traveller

Pamela Gordon said...

It is really big and I like how you can see where additional sections were added on then removed over the years. I bet it's really interesting inside too.

Gail Dixon said...

Better wear comfy shoes when you go exploring. It looks quite expansive.

Terri said...

Interesting building- I hope someone comes along and buys it- putting it to good use again.

Tanya Breese said...

i would love to explore it with you!

Roan said...

Now that is a massive building. Love all the rust! I'm ready to go exploring, too. Thanks for linking up!

Wandering Wren said...

Must have been able to produce some pretty long pipes there - ho ho!
There is beauty amongst the ageing buildings there and you have captured this really well.
Wren x

Arlene Grimm said...

Thanks for dropping by my blog, Amy!! I love Rogersville and especially Pam's Shoe Store and the Steakhouse there(Stanfields?). That is a neat picture. I love old buildings...

Felicia said...

great images. I bet it would be interesting to get in there

Marie said...

Wonderful Rubbish Tuesday!

McGuffy Ann Morris said...

Wow,,,just wow...excellent photos!

bj said...

Huge plant. If you go inside, be careful...and, yes, it would offer lots and lots of photos, I'm sure.