Abandoned Sites Are Both Terrifying And Hypnotizing (39 pics)

Posted in PICTURES       25 Feb 2019       3790       1

A brewery from 1871.

This hotel in Haludovo, Croatia hasn’t seen any guests since 2001.

A car from the 1970 TV series UFO.

Ordos, China is one of the world’s largest ghost towns.

No one’s going for a dip at the Govanhill Bathhouse in Glasgow any more.

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What my office feels like sometimes…

65 years after it crash-landed on a beach in Wales, an American P-38 Lightning emerged from under the sand.

This house looks like it came out of a fairy tale.

A villa in Turin, Italy.

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This party boat went hard in its day.

The staircase to an abandoned hotel in Bali, Indonesia.

This Caribean luxury resort in French St Martin has been vacant for over 20 years.

The medical room of an insane asylum. Can you say “NOPE!”

The fishing village of Houtouwan on the island of Shengshan, China was abandoned in the early ’90s.

A World War II research center still stands off the northern coast of Poland.

The cooling tower at Power Plant IM in Charleroi, Belgium.

A 1947 Buick Roadmaster Hearse with 18 windows.

Under the bustling streets of Glasgow’s West End lies the Botanic Gardens train station.

The 108-year-old SS Ayrfield in Homebush Bay, Sydney is now a floating forest.

A school auditorium.

At nearly 100 ft tall, the Minister’s Tree House in Crossville, Tennesse is the biggest tree house in the world, but it’s been closed since 2012.

A water park in Hue, Vietnam.

Construction started on the Lithuania National Stadium in 1987 but was never finished.

An abandoned ballroom.

Bennett College in Upstate New York closed its doors in 1978.

A shrine in the exclusion zone around the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant in Japan.

A naval base in New Jersey.

A hovercraft graveyard in Belapur, India.

Fully built and furnished, this resort in northern Thailand never opened.

The beautiful staircase of an old hotel in Devon, England.

A church near Boston.

Valley View Mall in Dallas, Texas has been closed since 2017.



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Creative 1 year ago
Valley View Mall in Dallas was not abandoned. It was slowly closed as leases expired and was finally demolished to make way for a new mixed-used development. The once invincible Valley View Mall fell victim to population-suburban relocation and a new era of localized and internet shopping practices.
       
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