Abandoned Scranton Lace Company-1315 Meylert St., Scranton, Pennsylvania( During that fateful Friday afternoon in May of 2002, when the workers at the Scranton Lace manufacturing facility were unceremoniously told, mid-shift, that the factory was closing “effective immediately)Pic-1
This Abandoned Wasteland Was Once America's Largest Mall
The life and death of the American mall is a familiar story by now. A few decades ago, these shrines to consumerism dotted suburbia, only to be denied relevance by a push back towards city centers. But few images express the scale of this trend as much as those in Black Friday: The Collapse of the American Mall.
Abandoned homes stick out like sore thumbs in Greenwich
Banished from New York for 30 years: The eerie photos of North Brother Island in the East River - where 'Typhoid Mary' was forced to live in isolation as the nation's first 'healthy carrier' of the disease
Morgue: This room served as the morgue for Riverside Hospital, in the building that 'Typhoid' Mary Mallon trained to be a pathological assistant in, and where upon her death an autopsy confirmed that she had live typhoid cultures in her gall bladder. - Click for story of Typhoid Mary