Post industrial sites present complex conditions, both materially and conceptually, particularly for communities who must struggle to come to terms with positive and negative associations. Individual memories are bound up in a place that often comes to symbolize danger and loss. While it is crucial that we heal the degraded ecological systems of post industrial sites, we must also attend to the significant histories these places represent. This body of work explores industrial sites in rural Maine that have outlived their intended productivity. A strange collection of industrial artifacts, laden with the trace of former significance, populates places rarely seen or considered.