1. “Some 1,200 feet beneath the streets of Detroit,” writes Atlas Obscura, “runs 100 miles of subterranean roads over an area of more than 1,500 acres. It is the Detroit Salt Mine  and as a Detroit industry it is older than automobiles. As a geological  entity, this salt deposit is older even than the dinosaurs.” (via Pruned) View in High-Res

    “Some 1,200 feet beneath the streets of Detroit,” writes Atlas Obscura, “runs 100 miles of subterranean roads over an area of more than 1,500 acres. It is the Detroit Salt Mine and as a Detroit industry it is older than automobiles. As a geological entity, this salt deposit is older even than the dinosaurs.” (via Pruned)

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