This article from the Wilmington News Journal highlights a growing problem facing many Rust Belt communities: What can be done with massive, often-derelict industrial and transportation structures? Tearing them down can cost municipalities millions and redevelopment can be even costlier. Holding festivals at these sites have allowed cities to give the public a glimpse of what some consider America’s “ruins” and showcase current preservation efforts.
Cities Considering Uses for Aged Industrial Plants
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