It is sad when you see an abandoned building, crumbling under the pressure of years of neglect and nature slowly taking over it.
Old Red Iron is the local name given to this bridge which spans the river Suir in Waterford. Originally built in 1906, it was closed in 1995.
Budva is a town on the Budva Riviera in Montenegro which is a popular tourist resort in the summer months. There are many large coastal mansions, some of which are abandoned.
Caldwell House was built sometime between 1770 and 1773 and remained with family until 1993 when it was abandoned.
Once one of the busiest roads in America, Route 66 has an iconic place in the country’s heart however as new highways came into operation, many towns along the route became abandoned.
Seaside Sanatorium was opened in the 1930s as a hospital for children with tuberculosis, then temporarily became a treatment center for elderly patients, and finally became a home for the mentally challenged. It closed in 1996.
Cass Technical High School in Detroit was finally demolished in 2011 following its closure in 2005. It remained abandoned for a number of years with the new, modern building located right next to it.
The Metropolitan State Hospital was located in Waltham, Massachusetts and opened in 1930. The hospital closed in 1992 and it lay abandoned for a number of years before being demolished.
Danvers State Hospital was a psychiatric hospital in Danvers, Massachusetts and opened in 1878. By 1992, the entire hospital was shut down and left abandoned. It was eventually demolished in 2006.
Aiden Lair is an abandoned lodge in upstate New York, once home to the Cronin family, originally from Ireland.