Abandoned theater in New York City. Brooklyn's King Theater was once one of the country's grandest movie theaters. The theater opened on Flatbush Ave in 1929 and was one of five "Loew's Wonder Theaters" in New York. The theater closed in 1977 and has been abandoned ever since. | Flickr - Photo Sharing!
July 1970: An inner city back street that was home to many of Melbourne's poor. The original caption written for this photograph defined the poor as widows, the unemployed, unmarried mothers and the derelict.
The remodelling and addition to a derelict former packing shed creating a low energy open plan 4 bedroom family home. The initial south facing courtyard concept left the existing volume in place, with one simple elements defining the use of the space.
Grand Orient Express stands dormant in Belgium, untouched from its last trip in December of The train that defined luxury back in 1883 when it was launched by the Compagnie Internationale des Wagons-Lits (CIWL).