September 15, 2016

15 Photos of Cleveland's Abandoned Warner and Swasey Building

During the 1900s, Cleveland's Warner and  Swasey Co. was a leading manufacturer of machine tools, boasting a solid reputation both domestically and abroad (not to mention, having one of the most breathtaking rooftop views of Cleveland in the city).

The business recession of the 1980s halted their operations and closed their doors forever. Here's a look at what's inside the vacant building on Carnegie Ave.

Photos courtesy of Jeffrey R. Stroup

 

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15 Photos of Cleveland's Abandoned Warner and Swasey Building
15 Photos of Cleveland's Abandoned Warner and Swasey Building
15 Photos of Cleveland's Abandoned Warner and Swasey Building
15 Photos of Cleveland's Abandoned Warner and Swasey Building
15 Photos of Cleveland's Abandoned Warner and Swasey Building
15 Photos of Cleveland's Abandoned Warner and Swasey Building
15 Photos of Cleveland's Abandoned Warner and Swasey Building
15 Photos of Cleveland's Abandoned Warner and Swasey Building
15 Photos of Cleveland's Abandoned Warner and Swasey Building
15 Photos of Cleveland's Abandoned Warner and Swasey Building