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In some cases, they don't get demolished because ownership isn't clear. Demolition isn't cheap and the local governments are strapped for cash too. The town where I live is an old mill town that got hit really hard by the crash of the steel industry in the 80s and 90s. There were lots of empty houses, commercial buildings, and industrial sites. These places became crack houses and meth dens. They also attracted scavengers looking for copper and other metal. The crime finally pushed my local government into seizing and demolishing vacant properties. They funded it partly with grant money from the feds. In a large city like Detroit, the money just isn't there to do demolition on the scale they need.

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My granddad was captain of the guards at Eastern State in Philadelphia when the prison was open. He had many a good story about that place.

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Love the pipe organ in that picture of the Protestant church

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I bet that abandoned prison is an eerie place to explore

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I love these! Especially the church one. I always loved to look at the architecture and the stained glass in them. The same with cemeteries. The statues and headstones are art forms all in themselves.

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not bad

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