This is a modern-day collection of photographs taken of the former Plymouth Cordage Company in Plymouth, Massachusetts. By the end of the 19th century, the company founded in 1824 was the largest maker of rope and twine in the world. For over 100 years, it remained one of the largest employers in Plymouth. After 140 years in business, it folded in 1964. Today some of the buildings have been converted to office spaces, businesses and a museum. Others, worn by the years, have been torn down. The area by the sea is now home to a marina. NOTE: The 'FineArt America' watermark does NOT appear on sold images.
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