Of course, it wasn’t romantic. Factory jobs were often hard, dirty, and dangerous. But the structures that industry left behind hold their own kind of raw beauty. Some of these have been reclaimed for modern uses. Some are abandoned.
Broken Industrial Windows Black and White Photograph (A0021660)
Rusty Tools in a Blacksmith Shop: Black and White Photograph (A0030058)
Rusty Antique Wrench with Cobwebs Found in a Basement (A0001278)
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Dangling Ivy at Sloss Furnaces in Birmingham, Alabama (A0007535)
Boiler Rivets, Historic Sloss Furnaces, Birmingham, Alabama (A0007478)
Curved Seam with Rivets, Historic Sloss Furnaces, Birmingham (A0007397)
The Old Lemp Brewery (ISCO) in downtown St. Louis (A0008503)
Rusty Gears and Cables on an Abandoned Steam Shovel (A0021331)
Antique Kewanee Firebox Boiler – Adams, Tennessee (A0020170)
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Ivy-Covered Windows of a 1902 Southern Textile Mill (A0030739)
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The Marathon Motor Works Building, Nashville Black and White Photograph (A0013267)
Antique Tractor Gear Still Encrusted with Dried Mud (IMG_6456)
Antique Tractor Steering Wheel with a Knob Handle (IMG_6443)
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Window of an Old Southern Textile Mill Built 1902 (A0030745)
Rusty Pipe Connection with Rivets, Historic Sloss Furnaces, Birmingham (A0007491)
Historical Mechanical, black and white photograph of antique farm machine (IMG_8696)
Abandoned Antique Steam Shovel Rusting in a Grassy Field (A0021333)
Big Wheel Propped Against Trees – Adams, Tennessee (A0020172)
Windows of Former Southern Textile Mill Built 1902 (A0030728)
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Rusty Loops and Curves on an Antique Farm Machine (A0019777)
Row of Hammers in a Blacksmith Shop: Black and White Photograph (A0030061)
Grimy, Solid Industrial Buildings Hold their Own Kind of Retro Beauty
The still-standing remnants of America’s industrial age remind us of the era when America had the “we can do it” attitude. It was a time when families could live on one income, when laborers earned a living wage, and when the country made the best and most innovative products in the world.