Japan’s Western Village, an Old West themed park, closed in 2006, but Lee Chapman, a local photographer and blogger, ventured into the park which time…
A French photographer from La Havre went inside a grand mansion that had sat untouched for almost a century with furniture still inside.
Abandoned weaponry from World War II are scattered across Solomon Islands, Palau archipelago and the Northern Mariana Islands.
Kangbashi is a failed project of the Communist Party of China and it was supposed to be a futuristic city that one million people could call home. But as the budget decreased, so did the interest, and now the city is pretty much a ghost town.
Evacuated in 2011 following the Earthquake, tsunami, and damage to the nearby nuclear plant, the city of Fukushima is empty and rotting away.
As my mother told me on my second birthday as she dropped me off at the fire station, being abandoned can be a beautiful thing!
Urban explorer and photographer Nacho Labrador from Territorio Abandonado decided to explore an abandoned doll factory and he captured some photos that are so creepy, your balls will shrink into your torso and you won’t see them for a week. Ladies, you’ll be so creeped out that you will grow a set of balls just so they can shrink into your torso.
An urban explorer in Ontario, Canada went inside of an abandoned psychiatric hospital and found some old records that spell out in horrifying details the abusive practices that was passed off a treatments a few years ago.
We may think that we’re masters of this world, but nature is persistent, patient, and eternal. Truth is, we’re masters of jack shit.
The Orient Express was synonymous with luxury when it took to the rails in 1883, but a photographer in Belgium boarded one of the remaining trains that has, quite frankly, seen better days.