Charles Kettering High School Auditorium

Yes, I know. It has been couple of months since I’ve posted an image here. If you’ve missed me, you can always catch up with me and my work on Facebook or Instagram.

Anyway, I’m going to try to get back on track here on the blog. So I’ll start by taking you back to Detroit. 

This is the auditorium of the abandoned Charles Kettering High School.  The school’s namesake was an inventor and holder of 186 patents, pretty much all of them automobile related. His most notable developments were the electrical starting motor and leaded gasoline.  Kettering served as the head of research for General Motors from 1920-1947. 

This image also serves as the cover image of my newly added Urbex gallery. Check it out when you get a chance. You’ll find more images from my trip to Detroit as well as images from Belchertown State School, Beelitz and Wünsdord (The forbidden City). 

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