There’s so much more to Washington, DC than granite and limestone.
Discover a side of our nation’s capital that goes beyond the carefully manicured landmarks, where ruins become de facto monuments to a past we’ve almost forgotten—a working class past of great schemes and shuttered dreams, a city of immigrants, transplants, and others whose names are long lost, but whose legacy can be traced through DC’s crumbling corners. Abandoned Washington DC
collects more than 350 striking images of decay and devastation, paired with thought-provoking essays detailing an alternate, abandoned—but no less accurate—history of the capital city.
||6 ¾ × 9 ¾ inches
||15 September 2018
||332 colour photographs
Thomas Kenning is an author, educator, and adventurer. He has written extensively about Washington, DC for his own blogs and on a freelance basis. Mr. Kenning is the creator of the award-winning Openendedsocialstudies.org, a library of free lesson plans and travel writing designed to foster a sense of wonder about the world and our place in it. When he is not travelling to some far-flung corner of the Earth, he resides with his wife and daughter (a DC native!), planning his next improbable adventure and trying to leave the planet a little bit nicer than he found it.