In the continuation of the exclusive series by photographer JP Darby of Toronto, Canada, we experience an abandoned Kodak factory.

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 Abandoned Kodak Plant Toronto by JP Darby

 

 Abandoned Kodak Plant Toronto by JP Darby

 Abandoned Kodak Plant Toronto by JP Darby

 Abandoned Kodak Plant Toronto by JP Darby

 Abandoned Kodak Plant Toronto by JP Darby

 Abandoned Kodak Plant Toronto by JP Darby

 Abandoned Kodak Plant Toronto by JP Darby

 Abandoned Kodak Plant Toronto by JP Darby
 Abandoned Kodak Plant Toronto by JP Darby Abandoned Kodak Plant Toronto by JP Darby

 Abandoned Kodak Plant Toronto by JP Darby

 Abandoned Kodak Plant Toronto by JP Darby

 Abandoned Kodak Plant Toronto by JP Darby

 Abandoned Kodak Plant Toronto by JP Darby

 Abandoned Kodak Plant Toronto by JP Darby

 Abandoned Kodak Plant Toronto by JP Darby

 Abandoned Kodak Plant Toronto by JP Darby

 Abandoned Kodak Plant Toronto by JP Darby

 Abandoned Kodak Plant Toronto by JP Darby

 Abandoned Kodak Plant Toronto by JP Darby

 Abandoned Kodak Plant Toronto by JP Darby

 Abandoned Kodak Plant Toronto by JP Darby

 Abandoned Kodak Plant Toronto by JP Darby

 Abandoned Kodak Plant Toronto by JP Darby

 Abandoned Kodak Plant Toronto by JP Darby

 Abandoned Kodak Plant Toronto by JP Darby

 Abandoned Kodak Plant Toronto by JP Darby

 Abandoned Kodak Plant Toronto by JP Darby

 

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