Selected press and personal interviews
The New Haven Industrial Heritage Trails explore a set of interpretive proposals for buildings and landscapes that reflect New Haven's history as an industrial city—a city of factories, coal-fired power plants, railroads, and trolleys. The built legacy of this history is distributed across the city in different ways. Some buildings have been adapted and reused. Others remain dormant. Some are threatened by neglect. And, in some cases, the buildings themselves are gone but have left traces. Created by students in the Ghost Town seminar at the Yale School of Architecture, our intention is to provide public consideration of these places and to propose creative ways to market these diverse and sometimes dissonant narratives. What have these buildings and landscapes meant in the past and what might they mean for the future of New Haven?
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