Haunting pictures of a dilapidated school have emerged, charting the stark difference between the once vibrant, student-filled halls and the now derelict classrooms.

Cass Technical High School in Detroit, Michigan was demolished in 2011, after the school moved to a new building, leaving the original site empty. The building had been standing since 1917, and was once the area's largest high school, before it was finally knocked down.

Community site Detroit Urbex has now superimposed images from the past onto the current shots to create the ethereal pictures.

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