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USA Concrete School, USA, October 2016

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Unfortunately I have no historical information to share with everyone about this former school, all the information I can find trawling through the internet about this place all deals with photos of it while it's been abandoned, and no information on it.

 

This was one of those places that me and a friend happened upon during a weekend exploration trip to another part of the country, on the way to our hotel for the night. Of course seeing this off the side of the road we had to stop and take a closer look, and I'm glad we did! Despite being stripped bare, and some few spots of graffiti here and there, the art-deco style and concrete skeleton still holds a lots of character, something which sadly lacks in many buildings built now-a-days, and the October sun provided some excellent lighting.

 

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Thanks for looking!

 

A few more pics can be seen here

 

 

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Shame with the graffiti on the stage. You've captured the place very well, nice decay & light.

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Really like the us stuff you putting up. Followed you now so can keep up with your posts ... One place would love to go is us and see the awesome stuff to explore there. Thanks for sharing your stuff with the community it's appreciated .. 

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