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Schule d. (HDR) 01 Abandoned and forgotten. Why in the hell are there homeless people living in the streets!

Pripyat Chernobyl

Funny pictures about Creepy Photos of Abandoned Amusement Parks. Oh, and cool pics about Creepy Photos of Abandoned Amusement Parks. Also, Creepy Photos of Abandoned Amusement Parks.

Old & beautiful!

Photo was taken in the early Somerset County, Maryland. “Eastern Shore Series” by Steve Szabo,

Virginia Victorian

Old abandoned mansion in winter. I can only imagine the detailed woodwork inside. What a waste! :(( I want this house to fix up and love! So much history to enjoy

Dilapidated house in the garden district in New Orleans

Really dilapidated house in the garden district in New Orleans Louisiana, USA. Would love to have the money to restore it!

Abandoned Homes, Abandoned Buildings, Abandoned Places, Night, Haunted Houses, Paranormal, Dream Homes, Edwardian Era, Victorian

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Wharram Percy deserted stone cottages - Bing Images

"Stone house in the forest of Denmark: When the Germans were in Denmark in World War II, they took over a man's farm. This man moved into the deep forest and made this house of stone. Around the house is a moat." Love the stone & all!

The hand of time.

An abandoned ferris wheel at The Lake Shawnee amusement park in Princeton, WV! abandoned and haunted theme park where many had died.I WANT TO GO HERE!

Abandoned But LovedAbandoned in the Vladimir region of Russia, Muromtsevo Castle was built in the late 19th century. After the Russian Revolution, it served as a college and later a hospital. Eventually it fell into disuse and the castle now remains largely an untouched relic in the forest.:

Abandoned But LovedAbandoned in the Vladimir region of Russia, Muromtsevo Castle was built in the late 19th century. After the Russian Revolution, it served as a college and later a hospital. Eventually it fell into disuse and the castle now remains largely an untouched relic in the forest.:

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