Abandoned Mine is Now World’s Largest Indoor BMX Bike Park
Boasting 5 miles of trails, ramps and obstacles, this cavernous subterranean space sits 100 feet underground and totals 320,000 square feet. The wide-open ...
Scratched Out: Nine Nifty Closed & Abandoned Nail Salons
Once prettily painted, polished and popular, these closed and abandoned nail salons won't be doing any more filing unless it's in bankruptcy court.
The Under Line: Derelict London Tube Tunnels as Public Paths
Transforming unused sections of the London Underground, this bold proposal envisions a network of subterranean paths for pedestrians and cyclists as well ...
Chapter 11 File: Eleven Eerie Closed & Abandoned Libraries
Better dead than read? Though the librarians' shushing days are long past, you still won't find many places quieter than these 11 abandoned libraries.
Fished to Freedom: Deserted Mall Full of Fish to be Demolished
Though the circumstances of their liberation seem somewhat more political than practical, the thousands of fish set to be freed into the wild may not care much ...
Afterglow: Luma Tower, Glasgow’s Shining Art Deco Icon
Rising from the trashes of vandalism and neglect, Glasgow's former Luma Light Bulb Factory has recaptured its Art Deco glory as the residential Luma Tower.
Lost & Found: Underwater Ghost Town Resurfaces 30 Years Later
Like a corroded time capsule, this submerged village has risen from the depths after being flooded decades ago when the local lake broke its banks and left ...
Town in a Tower: 14-Floor High-Rise Houses Whole Alaskan Hamlet
High-minded Modernists of the mid-1900s envisioned futuristic all-in-one cities in the sky where we would work, place, live and love, but would have been ...
Art in Abandoned Places: 15 Unexpected Urban Installations
Translucent jellyfish put on a serene display in the window of a derelict shop, ghostly images of long-dead patients seem to haunt a disused hospital and ...
Trashed Resort: Japan’s Abandoned New Muroto Sky Rest
Vacation not “vacant” enough? Abandoned in 1978, Japan's New Muroto Sky Rest resort is apparently patronized only by zombies or those hiding from them.