Detroit heyday architecture in a now abandoned hotel [OC] [857x1000]
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Inground pool inside an abandoned mansion
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Storm Tunnels and Abandoned Train Depot in Wisconsin - Album in Thread.
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A massive water retention vault in Texas
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The type of building that gives New York it’s personality.
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Abandoned stadium right in downtown Atlanta
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Graffiti in abandoned locations - art or vandalism?
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Abandoned Boy Scout Camp, closed after local chemical spill 30 years ago
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Best of both worlds
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Found this beautiful 50’s wooden detached house in the middle of the woods
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Abandoned house in Hokkaido island-Japan
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Leap of faith?
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Abandoned indoor swimming pool in Osan Air Base, South Korea. Filled with mold and chlorine gas
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Nursery of Medical Unit No. 126 in Pripyat
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Beer Cozy // Montreal, CA
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Abandoned bridge in Poland
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Little Doors on Behance
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Near the beach, there's often fog. Dark Victorian house in Watsonville, CA
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This Soviet hotel-evilbuildings
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An old harvester in Chernobyl Exclusion Zone there is a warning on the side of the combine: "Take care of bread from fire".
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[OC] Abandoned Farmhouse. Indiana.
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Pool along the Kumano Kodo trail, Japan
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Gila River Memorial Airport - Abandoned since the 90's
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St Peters Seminary, Cardross
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TOT in Minnesota’s caves
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Gila River Memorial Airport - Abandoned since the 90's
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Hey everyone! I'm a filmmaker in Los Angeles, producing a YouTube series and we're looking for some awesome industrial / abandoned / war torn looking areas to film. Any one have any ideas?
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Bathroom
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Banbury tunnels
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I found complete sets of 1980's Movie trading Cards in this abandoned house (oc) 2048x1365
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