DCinruins Volume 3: Daylight Underground

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Modest urban exploration in the DC area offers the chance to meditate on what it means to live in the city, how we remember the past, and who we want to be in the future.  Sites covered include the McMillan Sand Filtration Site, Holy Rood Cemetery, the Ontario Theatre, and the Staff Residence of the Chinese Embassy.

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Abandoned Washington DC – More than 350 never before seen full color photos of DC in decay, accompanied by essays on urban exploration in the nation’s capital.  This is DCinruins the way it was meant to be seen.

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