The Route 66 Museum in Clinton, Oklahoma tells the fascinating story of America’s most iconic road and the towns left behind when it was abandoned.
Cass Technical High School was once regarded as one of Detroit’s landmarks but the facilities became dated and the building was demolished.
Tancodrom Oradea was a tank base used by the Communist regime in Romania. It remained in operation until the country entered the EU in 2007.
Once regarded at the most modern mental facility in the USA, the Metropolitan State Hospital was closed in 1992 and was later demolished.
Danvers State Hospital was a mental institution opened in 1878 in the town formerly known as Salem Village, the site of the legendary Salem Witch Trials.
Aiden Lair is an abandoned lodge in upstate New York. Theodore Roosevelt stopped at Aidan Lair on his way to take the oath of president.
The Mount Elliot Bridge and Tunnel are both part of an abandoned railway line that ran from Waterford City to New Ross.
Killucan was once a busy spot on the Royal Canal however as transport moved to other means, many canal barges, including this one, became abandoned.
Old Lodge was built around 1890 in Tomkin’s Cove, New York and has been a hotel and private residence over the years. It is now abandoned.
The Hotel Charlevoix was opened in 1905 and was one of the oldest hotels in Detroit. It was closed in the 1980s and demolished in 2013.