I hadn't actually realised how similar Australia and the US appear to be - on the surface, at least! Or is it photographic 'treatment' and vision that make it seem so?
I vaguely recall some seaside pools in Scotland - Ayr or Prestwick, I think - that had that sort of artD-ish look to them: of a style, but not quite there in the architectural execution. I think them all gone, transmuted into carparks.
When I first came to live here in Spain, back in '81, there was a plethora of local books based on the then vanishing local architecture; it struck me that if the girls ended, then perhaps that might prove of interest as substitute. In the event, most of the places remain out of reach in estates or have been converted into rural agrihotels, or otherwise whacked about into something faux. Too late.
Michael Kenna did some interesting work in old lace factories in France (if memory betrays me not), and that, too, is photography of a certain charm - for me, at least. But you really have to be young, and fit. If I roam too far - impossible in the mornings - too much to do (such as type) before I can go out, then I worry about lunch and where to find it.
Days run ever shorter.