Walking around the Newport Chemical Depot is pretty mundane. There isn’t much to see outside of a few abandon buildings. Some of them look unkempt and shoddy while a few others could be serviceable with a paint job and some cleaning.
In some areas the grass and weeds reach hip-high and the only noises that can be heard are birds chirping and the wind blowing.
The seven-thousand-acre development in Vermillion County that was once the home to U-S Army production facilities is now desolate, but Jack Fenoglio believes that can change.