Abandoned railcars, decaying in the Union Pacific rail yard at Galveston, Texas.
The remains of the staircase that once led to the main entrance of the long-gone Swift & Co. meatpacking plant in Fort Worth, Texas.
The wreck of the SS Selma—a 425-foot-long experimental concrete ship built in 1919 and sunk in 1922—rises from the waters of Texas’ Galveston Bay.
A train engine sits abandoned in the desert near Magna, Utah.
An abandoned car decays in the forest near Pigeon Forge, Tennessee.
Detail of the ruins of San Francisco’s Sutro Baths at Lands End.
Detail of a rusted pumpjack at the Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge, Texas.
The interior of an abandoned railcar rotting in the Union Pacific rail yard at Galveston, Texas.