These incredibly photographed places offer a surreal glimpse into a side of this world that most of us haven’t seen. From the desolate factories of this world to abandoned train yards and undersea mysteries, these astonishing images will instill the awe-inspiring feeling like you’ve never felt before.
1. Rocket Factory Abandoned and Desolate – Russia.
2. Pripyat – Ukraine.
This city in Ukraine named Pripyat once had a thriving population of 50,000 until a destructive nuclear disaster occurred and everyone abandoned the place. Potential nuclear radiation prevents any repopulation of this area. What you see now seems to have been taken over by nature and left like a scene out of an apocalyptic movie.
3. SS America Shipwreck – Fuerteventura, Canary Islands.
4. Desolate Power Plant – Belgium
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5. State Penitentiary – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
6. Christ of the Abyss Sculpture – San Fruttuoso, Italy
7. El Hotel del Salto – Colombia
Built and established in 1928 Hotel del Salto housed many wealthy tourists that came to visit the nearby Tequendama Falls. However the waterfall became contaminated which caused a lack in tourist interest and abandonment shortly followed.
8. Częstochowa Train Depot – Poland
9. Wonderland Amusement Park – Beijing, China
This was going to be one of the biggest amusement parks in Asia until financial disaster struck and the land was taken over by farmers.
10. Desolate church with chairs still standing – Unknown location.
11. Empty and abandoned Organ Room.
12. Military Hospital – Beelitz, Germany.
13. Dadipark – Dadizel, Belgium.
14. Central Station – Detroit, Michigan.
15. Overgrown area of the Great Wall – China.
16. Red Sands Sea Forts – United Kingdom.
17. Derelict Domino Sugar mill completely abandoned – Brooklyn, New York.
18. The Underwater City – Shicheng, China
19. The Holy Land Park USA – Waterbury, Connecticut
This was a bible centered amusement part. In the 1960s and 70s, this park received more then 40,000 visitors per year. It closed in 1984, and what you see now is the remains of what was.
20. Orpheum Auditorium – New Bedford, Massachusetts
21. City Hall Station – New York City, New York.
22. Abandoned Mill Ruins – Ontario, Canada.
23. Hashima Island, Japan.
24. Eilean Donan – Loch Duich, Scotland.
25. Abandoned Coal Plant – France.
26. Chateau Miranda – Celles, Belgium.
27. Derelict Canfranc Rail Station – Spain.
28. Aniva Rock Lighthouse – Sakhalinskaya Oblast, Russia.
29. Bannerman Castle – Pollepel Island, New York.
Francis Bannerman VI the owner of this castle, designed and built the structure for storage space of American military surplus via the war with the Spanish, however 200lbs of loaded ammunition exploded in the year of 1920 wreaking havoc on the structure. What you see left is the remains of the abandoned castle.
30. Gulliver’s Travels Park – Kawaguchi, Japan.
31. Six Flags Jazzland – New Orleans, Louisiana.
32. Sanzhi UFO Houses – San Zhi, Taiwan.
33. Willard Asylum – Willard, New York.
This structure was built and opened in 1869 then later closed in 1995. It housed over 4000 patients at high times of the year. The sad part is that more then half of the 50,000 patients that lived here died a frightening death. Creepy.
34. Ryugyong Hotel – Pyongyang, North Korea.
35. Mirny Diamond Mine – Eastern Siberia, Russia.
This apparently is the second largest man made whole in the entire world. Constructed by Stalin to satisfy the Soviet Union’s demand for industrial diamond.
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