BARE USA | Abandoned Place in Kentucky | Louisville Cooperage



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Join me as I scout out some abandoned places in Kentucky, all of which have something to do with Whiskey. This stop was at the Louisville Cooperage in Louisville Kentucky.

On entering there were strong warnings of the toxins that remained in the water and soil so I figured it was a good thing I wore my shoes. Of all the abandoned places in Kentucky I explored the Louisville Cooperage was one of the largest. Here was one main structure that still contained much of the old equipment which I found very interesting. There was also a boat and a lot of cool spray paint. Other than that it was warehouse space that occupied most of the land, but still a very cool explore.

My project BARE USA is a nation wide photography project that contrast natural beauty with man-made decay. This contrast is achieved by photographing nude models in abandoned locations.

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Exploring an Abandoned Chicago Church (Incredible Bando!)



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In this weeks exploration video FREE4ALL explores an abandoned Chicago church! This church has some amazing graffiti and is just an incredible church to be in! In this weeks video we continued to try out a new video format! We hope you like it!
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Perilous River Crossing for Urbex Urban Exploration Reno Nevada Abandoned Farm



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Sneak Preview | Urban Exploring with Freaktography Abandoned Power Plant



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Sneak Preview | Urban Exploring with Freaktography Abandoned Power Plant

This Abandoned New York Power plant was built in the late 1940’s when the during a time when the hunger for electricity was rapidly increasing. The original design consisted of two boilers providing steam to a single turbine unit.

A few short years later two additional boilers were added to power a second turbine giving the plant a total output of 70MW. In the late 1980’s there was talks of converting the plat from coal burning into garbage burning however with a 50 million dollar price tag, it didn’t make it passed the planning stage.

By 2000 area residents were complaining about the increasing emissions from the plant. The plant owners blamed the increased emissions on high levels of sulfur in the coal & a state inspector was sent out & determined that the emissions violated federal standards.

Today the plant sits slowly decaying without a shred of hope of ever being powered back up again.

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Freaktography: Photographing the typically Desolate off-limits and Derelict unseen parts of civilization. The photographer behind Freaktography is a modern day explorer choosing to seek out and show the wonders and mysteries of our own backyards through unconventional photography and adventurous Urban Exploring of Vacant and Lost Places Full of Decay

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An Abandoned Home in Lancaster, California.



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Oklahoma Abandoned Circus (Gandinis Circus)



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THE DETROIT PROJECT Episode 2: Desolate Abandoned Detroit Church Urban Exploring with Freaktography



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THE DETROIT PROJECT Episode 2: Desolate Abandoned Detroit Church Urban Exploring with Freaktography

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Abandoned Detroit East Grand Methodist Church

The now abandoned Detroit East Grand Methodist Church was founded in the 1888, when the land was farmland. For 12 years the church moved from one location to another, “…and four times was obliged to take quarters either adjoining to or above a saloon, where the tinkle of the slot piano mingled with doxology,” according to the Detroit Free Press newspaper in 1908.

In 1899, the church moved to a new location, building a wood frame chapel in 1900. The congregation grew to 149 in 1904, and in 1907, Reverend Charles Ryerson was assigned to lead the church, no longer a mission. His first goal was the construction of a new church on land that had been bought a few blocks away. On one Sunday alone, he raised $10,000 towards the construction of the church.

The cornerstone was laid down in a ceremony June 27th, 1908, attended by leaders of other Methodist Churches from across the city. Made of red paving brick with gray stone trimmings, the sanctuary seated 750, with a gym in the basement serving as a community center. Construction had proceeded enough to where services were being held in the unfinished basement by September of 1909.

Reverend Ryerson didn’t stay long at the partially completed church, however, having come to odds with Methodist leadership over the direction his faith was taking. In September of 1909 the congregation of Fisher Church split, with one half supporting Ryerson, and the other half opposing him. His congregation retreated back to the previous location on Bellevue, while accusations about his conduct were made and responded to in the newspapers. Facing banishment to a church in North Dakota, he and 75 supporters withdrew from the Methodist Episcopal church, renaming themselves The People’s Tabernacle. Fisher Methodist continued on under Reverend Samuel Jennings, and the church was formally dedicated in March of 1910.

There is little history of East Grand Boulevard Methodist from the 1940’s on, aside from that the church was dissolved in 1985, and replaced by Second Unity Full Gospel Baptist Church, which left in 2000. The church has been vacant since then.

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Manfrotto 190 Go! Carbon Fiber Tripod –

Aputure Amaran 198 LED Light –

Mastercraft 200 Lumen Rechargeable Headlamp –

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4 Top Abandoned Places in USA – California – Pennsylvania



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4 Top Abandoned Places in Georgia/South Carolina



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Ghost
Town
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Coosa River Ammunition Storage Bunkers
The Abandoned Train of Andalusia
Old Bryce Hospital
The Ice Cream Castle
Old Cahawba
Spectre Ghost Town
Sloss Furnaces
Leer Tower
The Alabaster Gypsum Plant
Belle Isle Zoo (Detroit)
Squaw Island Lighthouse
Portage Lake Observatory
The Francisco Morazan Shipwreck
Michigan Central Station (Detroit)
Eastown Theater (Detroit)
Prehistoric Forest
Knightridge Observatory (Bloomington)
The Indiana Army Ammunition Plant (Charlestown)
Silverville
City Methodist Church (Gary)
Central State Hospital For The Insane (Indianapolis)
Marble Hill Nuclear Power Facility (Marble Hill)
Union Station (Gary)
Rose Island Amusement Park (Charlestown)
The Abandoned Coach Car (Victor)
Leadville Mines
The Crystal Mill
The Palace Theater (Gary)
Abandoned Midland Railway
Como Roundhouse
Mary Murphy Mine
Nevadaville
Animas Forks
Abandoned Chimney Rock Jail
St. Aloysius Catholic Church (Trinidad)
St. Elmo
Randsburg
The Abandoned Gas Stations of Route 66
Victor Mines
Abandoned Houses of Summitville
The Zzyzx Healing Center
Salton City
East Jesus
Drawbridge
Bombay Beach Ruins
Old L.A. Griffith Park Zoo
Big Horn Mine
Murphy Ranch Nazi Camp
Abandoned Highway 395 Salt Refinery
Summit Tunnel
Linda Vista Hospital
Paramount Ranch
Bodie
Devil’s Slide Bunker
Point Reyes Shipwreck
The SS Monte Carlo
Lana’i Shipwreck
Hawaii
Niagara Scow
New York
Heroine Steamboat
Oklahoma
Mallows Bay Ghost Fleet
Maryland
City of Seattle Crab Ship
Alaska
The Sweepstakes
Lake Huron
The Point Reyes
California
The Mary D. Hume
Oregon
The USS Phenakite
Kentucky
The SS Coldbrook
Alaska
The Peter Iredale
Oregon
Milneburg Lighthouse (Louisiana)
Cedar Island Lighthouse (New York)
Cockspur Lighthouse (Georgia)
The Francisco Morazan (Michigan)
Laguna Beach Lighthouse (California)
Sharps Island Light (Maryland)
Culebrita Lighthouse (Puerto Rico)
Grand Island East Channel Lighthouse (Michigan)
Sabine Pass Lighthouse
Louisiana
Turtle Island Lighthouse
Sand Island Light
Alabama
Morris Island Lighthouse
South Carolina
Tillamook Rock Lighthouse
Great Isaac Cay Lighthouse
Bahamas
Squaw Island Lighthouse
Waugoshance Light
Michigan
Abandoned Afton Tunnel
Renaissance Faire
Outlaw Gas Station (Glen Rose)
Barboursville Ruins
Augusta Military Academy
Lorton Reformatory
Selma Plantation
Roanoke Train Skeleton
Western State Lunatic Asylum
Virginia State Line Gas Station
Union Level Ghost Town
Sugarland Pump House (South Bay)
Miami Marine Stadium
Carrie Blast Furnace
Eastern State Penitentiary
Presque Isle Park Motel
Centralia
Larimer Elementary
York Country Prison
Abandoned Schoolhouse of Knoxville
Davis Hospital – Statesville
The… Honey Hole?
Stonewall Jackson Reform School – Concord
Abandoned Church of Eden – Eden
Carolyn Court – Selma
Family Inn of America – Rowland
Tugboat Isco on Cape Fear River – Wilmington
Yates Mill – Raleigh
The Pickle Factory – Beaufort
Stumphouse Tunnel – Oconee
South
Carolina
State Hospital
Morris
Island
Lighthouse
Glendale
Mill
Cypress
Gardens
Ruins
Newell Ghost
Town
Abandoned Mansion
South Santee
Weston
State
Hospital
Shiloh School
Hartwell Dam
Thurmond
Smut Eye Grocery
Nuttallburg Coal Mine
Abandoned
Church
Sheperdstown
Tunnel 17
Cairo
Colorado
Crystal Mill
Connecticut
Hearthstone Castle
Georgia
Georgia Lunatic Asylum
Hawaii
Bus Swallowed Whole
Idaho
Abandoned Bay Horse
Illinois
Chanute
Air Force Base
Indiana
Kansas
Joyland
Kentucky
Ghost Ship
Louisiana
Six Flags
New Orleans
Maine
Abandoned Locomotives
Maryland
Enchanted Forest
Massachusetts
Plymouth County Hospital
Michigan
South Manitou
Shipwreck
Minnesota
Old Hamm’s Brewery
Mississippi
Nitta Yuma
Missouri
Abandoned Lebanon Railroad
Montana
Nevada City
Nebraska
Devil’s Nest Ski Resort
Nevada
The Neon Graveyard
New Hampshire
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Pennsylvania
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Paul Church
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South Carolina
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Frankfort
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(ABANDONED DETROIT) – ABANDONED HUNGARIAN CHURCH – UNTOUCHED!



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Gorgeous Abandoned Church in the city of Detroit. The hand painted murals on the ceiling were stunning! The church was a Hungarian Catholic Church that opened in the early 1900’s. I am not sure how long it has been abandoned but for the most part, it’s still in good shape! The hand painted murals on the ceiling were incredible as was all the still in tact stained glass!

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Brotha I.M. Broke – East Grand Boulevard Methodist Church Part 1 3-15-11



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The Urban Explorer takes you on a trip through the now abandoned East Grand Blvd. Methodist Church on the eastside of Detroit,Michigan.

Abandoned church in Detroit mi .



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The origins of what would become Woodward Avenue’s most distinctive and unique churches had a very modest beginning in the basement of the home of Richard Owen on Alger Street on June 25th, 1907. A meeting was held by a group of residents to address the growing number of Presbyterian families moving into the area who did not regularly attend church because the lack of one nearby. The “North Woodward Presbyterian Committee” found that they were 260 families in the area, numbering around 1,000 individuals that could be served by construction of a new church. It was resolved at this meeting to establish such a church, the plan for which was approved by the Presbytery a few months later. The first meeting of public worship of the new church was held in November in the auditorium of a nearby church, attended by 150.