I really like abandoned structures. The Southwest is riddled with ancient abandoned structures, but in Grants, New Mexico, there's a more modern one:
This was an attempt at growing tomatoes, I believe. It's a huge greenhouse in the dust.
It's situated next to the municipal golf course.
What was surprising to me: there are a few broken panes, but I would have expected a lot more broken glass from local hooligans.
I like the innards, too.
And there are giant tanks out back.
Oh, look, here is a picture of it when it was in production.