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Some Friends Explore an Abandoned Missile Silo

Jul. 17th, 2015 | 12:19 am
location: Colorado underground
mood: lost
music: Song for Ché Ornette Coleman
posted by: pigshitpoet in abandonedplaces

There are things you see in movies that you would never do in real life. Near the top of that list might be exploring dark, creepy, and abandoned places covered in graffiti.

Titan I ICMB

The Titan I ICMB was an important player in the early Cold War. It was capable of delivering a nuclear payload anywhere in the world.

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Other Similar Sites to Visit?

Jul. 17th, 2015 | 12:42 pm
posted by: klepto2010 in abandonedplaces

Does anybody know of any other sites like this that focus more on exploration of abandoned homes (preferebly in the US)?  I find this kind of exploration a lot more inteteresting than abandoned factories, hospitals etc.  It is interesting to imagine who the previous occupants were and what their story was.

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Volgograd non-subway

Jul. 15th, 2015 | 11:23 pm
posted by: samnamos in abandonedplaces



Hi boys and girls! Today I want to tell you about Volgograd subway... almost subway ...
Volgograd is known throughout Russia and abroad underground speed tram section with all the necessary groundwork to launch a full-fledged metro. And inside is really like in the subway, except that instead of the contact rail - contact wire and low platform. Metrotram entire system consists of 22 stations, 5 of which are underground.

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The abandoned von Zobeltitz Palace (Glinka, Poland)

Jul. 14th, 2015 | 10:09 pm
posted by: off_the_route in abandonedplaces

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When you're passing through Glinka, a village in Lower Silesia (Poland), it's worth to stop and have a look at impressive abandoned von Zobeltitz Palace, which, once great, today is slowly falling into ruin.

This late baroque palace was built at the second part of XVIII century and rebuilt at the beginning of XX century. It survived the World War II and after that was owned by State Agricultural Farm. The palace became abandoned at the end of XX century after the fall of state agricultural farms and since then it started getting into the worse and worse conditions.

Despite the decay overtaking the palace, the most impressive element of this place, a huge widely open gate with the ironical ‘do not enter’ sign put above, still attract attention of those who by some reason come here. Stunning view behind the gate imperceptibly makes you ignore the warning and invites to explore the decaying palace.








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Abandoned cotton mill, Russia

Jul. 14th, 2015 | 06:22 pm
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White army

Jul. 10th, 2015 | 11:20 am
posted by: pila_dotoshnaya in abandonedplaces

Оригинал взят у pila_dotoshnaya в Белая армия

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Abandoned houses in Wrocław.

Jul. 5th, 2015 | 11:44 pm
posted by: pwielg in abandonedplaces

Originally posted by pwielg at Abandoned houses in Wrocław.
Theme: Abandoned houses in Wrocław.
Location: Poland, Wrocław, ul. Obornicka




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Equilibrium

Jun. 30th, 2015 | 01:35 pm
posted by: pila_dotoshnaya in abandonedplaces

Оригинал взят у pila_dotoshnaya в Эквилибриум

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Abandoned palace (Osła, Poland)

Jun. 30th, 2015 | 09:13 pm
posted by: off_the_route in abandonedplaces

Osła is a small village in Lower Silesia (Poland) where you can find once great but now absolutely forgotten decaying palace. It was built in about 1830 at the place of the ruins of XVIII century castle. After World War II the palace became a property of State Agricultural Farm and then the process of its destruction started. Some time ago people were living in there, but recently it has become abandoned and now the place is slowly getting into ruins.

Below you can find some photos, more of them on my Facebook page:
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Mangup

Jun. 26th, 2015 | 11:04 am
posted by: mun_hausen in abandonedplaces

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