The T-33 Shooting Star (or T-Bird), was an American jet trainer aircraft produced by Lockheed from 1948–1959. This one is a T-33A 51-4505 located at the Tri-County Airport west of Ahoskie, North Carolina USA.
With boiler core exposed this massive steam locomotive awaits restoration. Rescued from the scrapyard in 2009 this Norfolk and Western steam locomotive was built by the N&W Roanoke Shops in 1911. It is also known as one of the "Lost Engines of Roanoke". Roanoke, Virginia USA
Prison cell interior, Eastern State Penitentiary (ESP)
Many believed that crime is the result of environment, and that solitude will make the criminal regretful and penitent hence the new word, penitentiary. This correctional theory, as practiced here at ESP, will become known as the Pennsylvania System.
A view down one of the many creepy corridors of Eastern State Penitentiary.
ESP offers great light, textures, and urban decay for photographers. Located in the Fairmount section of Philadelphia this prison was operational from 1829 until 1971. Today it's U.S. National Historic Landmark, open to the public as a museum for tours.
The view from just inside the Crozet Blue Ridge Tunnel. Now abandoned it was the longest tunnel in the United States at the time of its completion in 1858. Augusta / Nelson counties, near Rockfish Gap in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia.
Just a small section of Bethlehem Steel's towering old blast furnaces - Bethlehem PA. Founded in 1890 it grew to become America's second-largest steel producer and largest shipbuilder. In the 1980's demand for the plant's structural products began to diminish. Low-rise building construction (office parks and strip-malls) did not require the heavy structural grades produced at the Bethlehem plant. Just one of the many factors leading to the shutdown of these blast furnaces by the mid 1990s. Bethlehem Pennsylvania