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Abandoned Resale Shop, Gary, Indiana - front
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On the outskirts of Gary sits this abandoned strip mall, abandoned and left to rot. Windows broken, roof swiss-cheesed, black mold wallpaper, moss and ferns growing from the carpeting. Location is vague for safety reasons.

Copyright: Richard Drew
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Resolution: 10000x5000
Uploaded: 19/07/2012
Updated: 18/09/2014
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Tags: gary; in; indiana; urbex; decay; crumbling; rot; abandoned; decline; rust; spoiling; debris; exploration; urban; city; bankrupt; blight; deteriorate; mold; corrode; decompose; deterioration; recession; broken; grime; grimy; resale; wet; mild
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