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"Little Noisy" is an abandoned army barracks in western Hungary. Artillery units were stationed here. The architecture is reminiscent of a castle.
This abandoned Fukushima Supermarket stands frozen in time. It was abandoned during the aftermath of the tsunami that struck on 11th March 2011.
The Red Star Train Graveyard is a collection of rusting steam engines. This collection of relics spans 140 years of Hungarian Transport history.
The Terracotta Army features over 200 figures; including soldiers, generals and horses. These are plaster replicas of the Chinese Terracotta Army.
Cemitério Ossuary is an old church and ossuary within a Portuguese cemetery. The church architecture is muted Baroque/Rococo. Human bones litter the floor.
Oval Crypta is a mausoleum in Portugal. The walls are lined with repositories filled with the bones. Theses people were too poor to afford a private plot.
Dusty crimson relics lie inside the unassuming building of Caserne Saint Bernard. This is a "cimetière des camions de pompiers"; a cemetery of fire trucks.
These abandoned cars have stood on the forecourt of a car dealer since 2011. There are American cars, as well as a traditional Japanese funeral car.
Fukushima Anime Pachinko is an abandoned gaming venue, and was once a hive of activity. Now the lights are dim and the chairs are unoccupied.
The Spaceship Ropeway is an abandoned cable car station in Japan. This aerial tramway station perches on a valley side, overlooking the river below.
La Serre du Chirurgien is a huge and impressive old glasshouse in the south of France. It is more likely a conservatory, rather than a true greenhouse.
The Ghost Rider Biker Club appears to have been abandoned in the 2010s. The display cabinets are full of motorcycle competition trophies.
Allo, la Boucherie Sanzot? is an abandoned old-fashioned butchers shop and house in Belgium. The shop is beautifully quaint.
Every abandoned place has a story. Some are dramatic or sad, some are dark and mysterious. Some are simple. An abandoned clothes washing line.
This Forgotten Model Village was built by a local cabinet maker and his wife, both with a passion for gardening. The attraction re-opened again in 2018.
These Radar Dishes are the remains of the RAF Stenigot. They were used to detect German Bombers during WW2, and as a relay station during the Cold War.
Hidden in an overgrown English garden are two black Jaguar E-Type, and one striking red Jaguar S-type. All three of these cars are likely 1960's models.
This Edwardian Magistrates Court has been abandoned for around 20 years. It retains many original features and fixtures.
This well-preserved funicular railway used to ferry tourists from the idyllic lakeshore, up to the top of the mountain. It closed in the late 1970's.
A Steampunk Greenhouse lays nestled in an Italian country park, obscured from casual glances by dense vegetation.
Tabernacle Baptist Church was built around 1905 by a once prominent local architect, who was convicted of misdirection of government funds.
Eastern State Penitentiary operated between 1829 and 1971. The 15 Cell Blocks fan outwards from the central hexagonal rotunda like the spokes of a wheel.
The Blue Boxing Ring was a famous sports venue in the USA. With a flick of the light, switch some of the atmosphere of this spectacular place returns.
A vintage Trolley Car Graveyard lies hidden in the woods. This rusting collection of treasures from a by-gone age wait patiently for restoration.