Pratt-Pullman Railyard | Asylum Green

The abandoned Pratt-Pullman railyard in Atlanta, Georgia wasn’t originally part of our adventure plan when we initially hit the road heading south, but we took a few extra moments to stop and shoot the medium-sized complex. Shooting a new abandoned building that you’re not familiar with can be a bit daunting, however, the internet and…

Larger Than Life | Asylum Green

Detroit, a city of pride even in its demise. I’ve always wanted to see the Packard Plant, even knowing it’s just skin and bones of what once was a huge automotive empire. Scrappers, fires, and developers have all contributed to the demise of the Packard Plant, though recently the crumbling complex has a glimpse of…

Train Repair Factory | Asylum Green

Growing Up Near An Abandoned Factory Is something that some people choose to look back on negatively, but I think of fondly. Iron Horse Train Repair Factory was an easy after school stop when I was child. The factory was like the eighth world wonder when I first discovered it. More than ten years later,…

Train Line Power Station | Asylum Green

As our country moves away from producing good and focuses more on providing services, factories close their doors, cities loose their income, infrastructures fail and eventually there becomes copious abandoned buildings to explore. Other times, cities still flourish and urban sprawl has high rise towers housing citizens next to a train station, which is also…

Not a man in Manahoy City | Asylum Green

Pennsylvania is home to more abandoned things than any other state I have visited, making it an obvious favorite of mine. Many people are familiar with the coal industry and what a huge impact it had on our environment. What many seems to forget, is how huge of an impact its collapse had on many…