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DCinruins Volume 2: Local Witness

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Inside the Klingle Valley Bridge, Connecticut Avenue, Washington, DC.  

Featured in DCinruins Volume 2: Local Witness by Thomas Kenning.

A zine documenting my modest efforts to explore disused, abandoned, and decaying structures in the Washington, DC metro area. Sites covered include the United Brick Corporation, Klingle Road, New York Avenue, and the ruins of the old Capitol Building facade. Featuring content not found on the DCinruins site. Proceeds benefit further urban exploration in the DC area.

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2 thoughts on “DCinruins Volume 2: Local Witness

  1. I was wondering if you also do tours.

    Posted by jackie | March 23, 2013, 9:04 pm

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