Food Rocks was an audio-animiatronic show at Epcot in Walt Disney World. It was closed in 2004 to make way for Soarin’.
The Cobble Hill Tunnel was New York’s first subterranean rail tunnel but it now lays abandoned under the streets of Brooklyn.
Once the headquarters of one of the biggest newspapers in Georgia, the Atlanta Constitution Building is now abandoned.
The short-lived Haunted Mansion in Kissimmee, Florida attempted to capitalise on its more famous namesake in Disney’s Magic Kingdom.
Prehistoric Forest was a dinosaur themed amusement park in Irish Hills, Michigan. It closed in 1999 and has been abandoned since.
Griffith Park Zoo opened in 1912 but it was cramped and badly laid out. It was closed in 1966 and moved to the newly built Los Angeles Zoo.
Madison Elementary in New Carlisle, Ohio was built in 1919 but closed for good in 2005. It has been left abandoned ever since.
Disney’s Pop Century Legendary Years in Disney World was left abandoned for years before being redesigned at Disney’s Art Of Animation Resort
Bush Stadium was once home to baseballs Indianapolis Indians. It became abandoned in the 1990s and has since been converted into lofts.
Once the centre of the automotive industry, Detroit has been declining rapidly in recent years leaving much of the city abandoned