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Posted Monday, February 27, 2017 - 05:29

From concept art featuring crashed starfighters to real defunct spacecraft left to rot in near-derelict hangars, we’ve seen a plethora of abandoned space technology on Urban Ghosts. But one of the most unusual oddities we...

Posted Sunday, February 26, 2017 - 04:43

Architectural Grandeur seen in the Victorian facade of the Abandoned Rosefield Mills(Image: Rose and Trev Clough; the abandoned facade of Rosefield Mills)

It’s one of the most striking historic buildings in the town of Dumfries,...

Posted Saturday, February 25, 2017 - 04:18

The eerie abandoned starfighter wrecks in an X-Wing graveyard(Image: Emmanuel Shiu; the X-Wing graveyard)

In a gloomy junkyard far, far away, a lonely R2...

Posted Thursday, February 23, 2017 - 08:09

Gereja Ayam - the abandoned "Chicken Church"(Image: Google Street View; Gereja Ayam – the abandoned “Chicken Church”)

In the forests of Magelang, Indonesia, looming high above the treeline,...

Posted Tuesday, February 21, 2017 - 12:27

The burning wreckage of a crashed TIE fighter in a wintry forest(Image: Etienne Beaulieu; the burning wreckage of a crashed...

Posted Tuesday, February 21, 2017 - 06:59
Gulliver’s Kingdom, based on Jonathan Swift’s Gulliver’s Travels, has been the most famous deserted theme park in Japan… once upon a time, before *Nara Dreamland* was even abandoned. Closed in 2001 after only four years of business and two years after the financing Niigata Chuo Bank collapsed (which also ran the *Niigata Russian Village*), it […]
Posted Monday, February 20, 2017 - 16:45
Bismarck-Towers have been a fashionable thing during a certain time in the German past, so a lot of them were built, and you can find one in almost every region in Germany.
The region we chose for our tour in May of last year was no different, so we decided to enjoy the nice weather and climb ourselves a Bismarck-Tower.
It was pretty easy - the steel door was open, and we simply walked up the stairs.
There are a lot of cracks in the walls and there's always the uneasy feeling of the thing possibly collapsing any minute, but we took a couple of shots and returned to the bottom unharmed.


To find out more about the history of this unique spot and to check out all the photos from this nice little place, click the button below.


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Posted Monday, February 20, 2017 - 10:46

An abandoned bus in a vintage bus graveyard in Lancashire, UK

(Image: Sarah L Davies/LittleLens; abandoned bus in Lancashire, UK)

Rusting away in field somewhere in Lancashire, North...

Posted Sunday, February 19, 2017 - 12:57

OS Map showing the location of the Rotundas in Marsham Street, London(Image: OS Map via Subterranea Britannica; The Rotundas in Marsham Street,...

Posted Saturday, February 18, 2017 - 13:48
We still had some time and a lot of daylight left when we were finished exploring the old clinic, so we decided to check out another location that was not too far from the first spot.
The object in question used to be a hotel which in its final years was reused as a luxurious eye-clinic.
We found a public parking lot not too far away and walked the rest of the way.
If it hadn't been too overgrown, the place could have been (and probably was) a really nice lakeview property, but now it's only a rotting corpse inside an ever-growing forest.
We could've taken the easy way in, but there were just too many people walking around or driving their bikes enjoying the sun, and we decided to take the less obvious way.
We took the path everyone else was using and at some...
Posted Saturday, February 18, 2017 - 13:18

The Abandoned Highgate High Level Station(Image: David Martin; abandoned Highgate High Level station)

There’s something about empty,...