Tagged: Graffiti

Graffiti And Decay At The Nelson Road Water Treatment Plant

August 10th, 2011

The Nelson Road Water Treatment Plant (located off of Highway 670 in Bexley) was built in the 1940′s and had been long-since abandoned when it was finally demolished earlier this year. After it was shutdown, the plant was transformed into a beautifully haunting destination for graffiti artists and urban explorers. (18 Photos)

The second floor of the Nelson Road Water Plant building.
The second floor of the Nelson Road Water Plant building. (Photo by: Joseph L. Harris)

Germain Amphitheater In Ruins

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July 8th, 2011

Germain Amphitheater (previously known as Polaris Amphitheater) closed in 2007 and has yet to find a buyer. Photographer Cary Whitt recently shot an exceptional series of photos documenting the current state of the buildings on the property, many of which have fallen into extreme decay. All photos (except the first) are by Cary Whitt and are used with permission. (8 Photos)

Germain Ampitheater main stage now covered in graffiti
The main stage of Germain Amphitheater which once hosted some of the biggest names in music for 20 to 30 shows a year now sits silent and graffiti covered. (Photo by: Cary Whitt)