This photo of an abandoned construction of a nuclear power plant still generates feelings of horror with it's circular walls that funnels into a seemingly bottomless, black hole. From Francesco Mugnai's blog, "33 more breathtaking and incredible photos of abandoned places." Photo by Brokenview
Just 90 miles off the tip of Florida lies a half-baked, abandoned relic of the Cold War-era arms race—what was once going to a joint Cuban-Soviet nuclear reactor. And thank god it never panned out. Because not only do we now have these incredible shots from photographer Darmon Richter, but every last aspect of this thing would have been a total and utter disaster.
K-25 Plant (part of the Manhattan Project) was 4 stories high & almost 1/2 a mile long. 2 million square ft of space, making it the largest building in the world at the time of construction. AND NOONE KNEW IT WAS THERE