Classy: Abandoned Saint Frances de Sales Catholic School
In search of an earthly savior, Saint Frances de Sales Catholic School in Powhatan, VA served from 1899 to 1970 as a school for young African-American women.
Radiocative Chernobyl: New Aerial Drone Footage of ‘The Zone’
Satellite images and pictures from the ground tell a limited story of one of the world’s most dangerous abandoned places – this flyover footage ...
Racked: 10 Abandoned Pool, Billiard & Snooker Parlors
No doubt these abandoned billiard parlors & snooker halls are in trouble... trouble with a capital "T" and that rhymes with "P" and that stands for pool!
Last Stop: Photo Book Documents 150 Vanishing US Rest Stops
For the last five years, this photographer has been traveling around the United States and capturing an eclectic but dying breed of roadside architecture: the ...
Outcast Checkpoints: 8 Abandoned Border Crossings of Europe
Nearly two decades ago even short trips across Europe could involve multiple stations, guards, lines and stamps, but the open-border policies in effect today ...
Wax On, Wax Off: 12 Closed & Deserted Drive-Thru Car Washes
Abandoned car washes are oddly abundant - you'd think they invented the self-cleaning car! Here are 12 more car-less washes left high, dry and brushed-off.
Forbidden Islands: 7 Abandoned & Isolated World Wonders
From a mile-long strip of land packed with over one million corpses just off the shores of New York City to a floating fortress in England used by a developer ...
Deserted Space: Photos Document NASA’s Abandoned Launch Pads
The race for space has shifted gears in recent years with the rise of private programs, leaving a series of amazing space-related graveyards around the United ...
Haunted Half-Pipe: Skateboarding in an Abandoned Psych Ward
In place of the usual ramps, rails and pipes are busted wheelchairs, dusty bowling pins and gaping holes in wooden floors as skater Rob Miceli maneuvers his ...
Dirty Camp 30: Canadian POW Camp Battles Neglect & Decay
Camp 30, located east of Toronto, was one of Canada's main World War II POW camps and although named a National Historic Site, continues to be neglected.