For those of you who are unfamiliar with them, Lustrons were stainless steel prefab houses manufactured from 1947 to 1950. About two and a half thousand were built, and around two thousand still stand. There's maybe a dozen or so within easy driving distance from my house, and I've visited and photographed all the ones near me. I'd never been inside one, though, until a couple weeks ago, when I found out that this one is vacant.
1. Exterior. Damn near everything you can see here is steel or glass (and what looks like an addition out back is actually a separate building).
2. Living room. Likewise almost everything here is steel too. If you wanted to hang something on the wall, you used a magnet rather than a picture hook.
3. Dining room. I know that built in cabinet sort of looks like it might be wood, but that's rust.
If you want to know more about Lustrons, this Wikipedia entry is a good place to start: https://en.wikiped...wiki/Lustron_house
And there was a great documentary made years ago (and where I borrowed the thread title): http://lustron.org/index.htm