These images were shot at an abandoned glass factory on the outskirts of Amman, Jordan. The factory was once thriving and featured in many guidebooks. But a new road to the Dead Sea diverted most of the tourist traffic. The factory subsequently lost its government license and was forced to cease production. A limited selection of decorative glass from the factory's final production is still sold in an adjacent room. Check back soon for photos of the hand-blown glass.
Broken examples of frosted glass.
A ladder, unused equipment and debris.
Rays of sunshine spill through holes in the wall and ceiling.
A corroded, rusting barrel.
A rusty fan.
A mirror proclaiming "Palestine forever" and "I heart Palestine."