Bannerman's Castle -- Pollepel Island, Beacon, New York State Unfortunately, it was all downhill from there. Bannerman died in 1918, and in 1920 two hundred tons of powder and shells exploded, severely damaging the stores and buildings. In 1950 a storm sunk the ferry boat that supplied Pollepel Island, and the place was fully abandoned. Over the years, fire and structural issues have taken their toll and in 2009 large chunks of the exterior walls collapsed.
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Barnes Hospital, Cheadle, England. This building was featured in a September 2005 episode of Most Haunted Live, but it was mistakenly referred to as a psychiatric hospital on the show. The aferimage of one of the other photographers makes it appear that there's a ghost in this picture!
Cambusnethan Priory North Lanarkshire, Scotland The house that was formerly on the property burned down in 1810 allowing for Cambusnethan Priory to be built in 1819. In 1980 the building was converted to a hotel however it had to be closed in 1984 for public safety. Now the building is abandoned and left to nature [...]
Mysterious abandoned 'Chicken Church' built in the Indonesian jungle by the man who had a vision from God.
Chance Campus, Sandwell College, was the only College of Further Education in Sandwell Metropolitan Borough, a municipal area of the West Midlands in England. This campus was closed & the classes relocated in 2012.
National Park Guide: New Hampshire's Appalachian Trail