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Among the sights that stand out most vividly in memories my first road trip are those of otherwise relatively tidy, cared for-looking farms and ranches strewn with the rotting hulks of dozens of old autos, trucks and assorted pieces of farm machinery. Since then, my imagination has been captured by similarly decaying homesteads, stores, movie theatres and even entire towns, whose communities have long since moved on. This collection reflects my continuing fascination with this aspect of American life.
Amargosa, CaliforniaFrom: $21.50
View through the empty window spaces of a derelict, whitewashed stone building just on the outskirts of Amargosa, California.
Buick RoadmasterFrom: $21.50
Huge chrome fenders and grill on a Buick Roadmaster, spotted by the side of the road in Hebron, North Dakota.
Castle Ghost TownFrom: $21.50
Long-since abandoned two-story property in the old lead and silver mining town of Castle, Montana.
Curtains, Bodie Ghost TownFrom: $21.50
Shredded, decaying curtains in the window of an old miner’s property in Bodie Ghost Town, California.
Dereliction, Historic National RoadFrom: $21.50
Derelict, boarded-up brick building by the side of the Historic National Road – now designated US Route 40 – in Ohio.
Girl and Boy, JamestownFrom: $21.50
Two vintage dolls, a girl and boy, stare out from unblinking eyes – not an image that everyone will love!
Henning Motel, Route 66From: $21.50
A sun-bleached neon sign tempts travellers along old Route 66 to pull in at the Henning Motel and enjoy ‘Free TV’.
LDS Meeting House and CloudsFrom: $21.50
Boarded-up Mormon meeting house in Ovid, Idaho, pictured under a spectacular formation of summer clouds.
Miner’s Home, TerlinguaFrom: $21.50
The remains of a miner’s home in the Texan ghost town of Terlingua, now famous as an artists’ retreat and home to the great Chili Cook-off.