I lived in Brigham City, Utah, after my dad committed suicide, from 1961-1965.
Not too far from where we lived was a Thiokol plant, a gravel pit, and a railroad yard—lots of heavy industry.
That heavy industry created in me an appreciation and fascination with heavy industry, so whenever I’m out and about, and come across heavy industry, even if I don’t have a clue what it is, well, pictures of it are going to make their way into my photograph collection.
I traveled all the way up to Los Angeles and then headed east about sixty miles, to get these pictures of heavy industry in and around Pomona:
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