Abbey Mills Pumping Station was a sewage plant on Abbey Lane in East London known as the Cathedral of Sewage because of its elaborate design.
20,000 people in Armero, Colombia were killed after a volcanic eruption sent devastating lahars crashing into the town, destroying everything in its path.
Arsenal was a station on the Paris Métro network. It was closed during World War II and has remained abandoned ever since.
Once the headquarters of one of the biggest newspapers in Georgia, the Atlanta Constitution Building is now abandoned.
The Abkhazian Railway was once a vital transport link in the breakaway republic of Abkhazia but was abandoned after the war with Georgia.
The former R&H Hall buildings on Waterford’s North Quays were abandoned for many years but the area is about to get a new lease of life.
The short-lived Haunted Mansion in Kissimmee, Florida attempted to capitalise on its more famous namesake in Disney’s Magic Kingdom.
Much of the area around Fukushima in Japan was abandoned in 2011 following the tsunami and resulting nuclear disaster which caused widespread damage.
Prehistoric Forest was a dinosaur themed amusement park in Irish Hills, Michigan. It closed in 1999 and has been abandoned since.
The town of Plymouth on the Caribbean island of Montserrat was abandoned following the eruption of the Soufrière Hills volcano.