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.
Well Rounded: 7 Animal Murals on Abandoned Buildings in Africa
Using the unique regional shapes of structures to his advantage, street artist ROA has created a series of large-scale works as part of a neighborhood art ...
Yellow Brick Ode: The Mainly Abandoned Land Of Oz Theme Park
Closed since 1980, the Land of Oz theme park only opens for one October weekend annually. The rest of the time it looks like it's been abandoned 35 years.
Looking Grave: 12 Spooky & Scary Abandoned Funeral Homes
Funeral homes are mortal, much like their clients. When funeral homes are abandoned, however, they're left to decay, deteriorate and decompose in public.
Lost Soles: 10 Abandoned & De-Feeted Shoe Repair Stores
Abandoned shoe repair stores, once ubiquitous elements of the urban tapestry, epitomize small Mom & Pop stores that "progress" has kicked to the curb.
Punched Cards: 12 Abandoned, Closed & Boarded-Up Bingo Halls
These 12 closed and abandoned bingo halls couldn't compete with an increasing variety of online gaming options and the gradual spread of gambling casinos.
Deserted for Decades: Derelict Old Building Houses New School
A remarkable example of architectural rehabilitation, this abandoned structure has been given a second life via a fresh facade wrapping a rundown shell. The ...
Empty Chambers: 10 Closed & Abandoned Gun Stores & Shops
If your business involves getting fired, going off half cocked or triggering bankruptcy, you just might be one of these 10 closed and/or abandoned gun shops.
All Washed Up: 11 Abandoned Coin Laundries & Laundromats
Abandoned coin laundries, laundromats and washaterias (for you Texans) have proliferated as utility costs rise and prices for domestic machines fall.