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Dutch photographer Brian Romeijn takes haunting shots of abandoned buildings, but his striking shots of the famed Orient Express train capture the sense of a lost era.

This once grand Orient Express train has been abandoned for years, but surprisingly it still provides a glimpse of the extravagance it once possessed.

The abandoned Waugoshance Lighthouse in Mackinaw City, Michigan. Built in 1851

The haunted and abandoned Waugoshance Lighthouse, Mackinaw City, Michigan. Built in 1851 - in 1900 keeper John Herman disappeared and activity has been reported from then on like doors opening and closing on their own.

Futuro house

human-resentipede: antediluviancurrent: Abandoned 1968 Futuro House, Pennsylvania The futuro homes have been one of my many design obsessions forever. fucking love them, amongst other portable homes.

...I wouldn't even walk up in the yard there tho...

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Soviet Tank Graveyard (Afghanistan)

8 Fascinating Object Graveyards

Leo Caillard Photo Manipulation

Creative photos that will blow your mind away. There are millions of photo manipulation examples, but some photos are really breathtaking and mind blowing

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Georgetown County, South Carolina, USA, circa Security system visible in…

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Incredible Photos From An Urban Explorer’s Journeys To The Forbidden Parts Of The City

Durham baths in Durham, England. Incredible Photos From An Urban Explorer's Journeys To The Forbidden Parts Of The City

Exactly!!!

You work for me. Why don't you tell me why the DHS think they need a billion rounds of ammo?

Nice calm and cool place to be, away from the hassle in the worol.

Fake pinned as "Lost City of Atlantis Archeological Dig, Nassau, Bahamas." - It is actually Part of the Atlantis Resort on Paradise Island, Bahamas.(Just a tourist attraction.not real)

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