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San Francisco World’s Fair in Photos

Thursday, February 10th, 2011

Some of the most fervid of fans of Bearings may have wondered where the posts have been. I haven’t been entirely inactive, and the bulk of the time normally spent on Bearings has been spent gallivanting around in abandoned locations, figuring out a way to recover a hard drive, and applying for grad schools. But […]

Buy the Grossinger’s Book

Wednesday, December 15th, 2010

More than two years ago, I photographed Grossinger’s for the first time. The iconic Borscht Belt resort was the crown jewel of the Catskills, but it had fallen into deep decline by the 70s. In the early 80s, it closed forever, and all that remains is its world renowned golf course and a few collapsing […]

Wilkes-Barre Train Station: Symbol of Corruption and Decline

Friday, August 20th, 2010

I’ve been struggling with this location. The reason is this: I often hesitate to reveal locations to the public because their revelation often leads to their destruction. At the same time, there are certain stories that simply have to be told. This is one of them.
In the heart of Pennsylvania coal country at the fringes […]

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