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Published 4 years ago with 7 Comments

Circular Decay

Captured in an abandoned building at the north end of Regina, Saskatchewan in near complete darkness. © Ian D. McGregor


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  • drunkenninja

    Very cool shot, what was the building used for before it was abandoned? Looks like a hangar of some sort.

    • IanMcGregor

      Thanks! I am not sure, but trying to find out. I have an external view here: http://yourshot.nationalgeographic.com/photos/5687926/

      • drunkenninja

        OK awesome! I wasn't able to locate anything from the photo of the interior for size comparison (ie. pop can or something). It looks like it was some sort of vehicle hangar, but definitely not for planes / helicopters.

        • IanMcGregor

          Yeah. It is right on the north end of the city adjacent the main highway going to Saskatoon. It must have been some kind of farming or other industry.

          • jcscher

            We used to have a lot of these buildings here on farms. They were used to house farm machinery before the machinery got so large. Some are still around,but most of them have been replaced by massive pole barns.

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