Scranton Lace II

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Three more images from the Abandoned America workshop at Scranton Lace Company in Scranton, PA.  The one above was photographed in the turbine room.   I love the doors and the frosted glass.    It is massive.

The image below was taken in the Administration Building.  What really caught my eye was the shape of the pillars on the left and the gold paint chips hanging from the ceiling.  It has the worn out gilded look to it.   I didn’t use any textures on these images, they had enough textures from the decay.  I just liked the colors and light in each one.  The wonderful beauty in decay.

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Below is one of the many abandoned bathrooms in the company.  The colors in the exposed brick and tile was beautiful.

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7 thoughts on “Scranton Lace II

  1. This must have been some place in its heyday. Makes you wonder how many people relied on this plant to earn a living and what it sounded like when it was operating. Just echoes and ghosts now – kinda like the lace that was made there.

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