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Iron & steel factory

Iron & steel factory

"In Act I, the Industrial Age, massive factories and efficient assembly lines powered the economy" (p. 48).

The abandoned Carrie Furnaces in Rankin, PA. Looks dieselpunk-ish!

Look at some of these fabulous details - the steel girders and brackets! Rust can't help but enhance this kind of detail!

verschnörkelte Pfeiler by rivende beautiful supports. The metal work is breath taking

Calling all workers

Calling all workers

Decaying train station.

Illustration inspiration

The illustrations of TokyoGenso (a. Tokyo Fantasy) depict a post-apocalyptic Tokyo devoid of people and overtaken by nature. // Yoyogi Station {the link says it is an illustration, but it's cool}

Beautiful Portals

Stunning - abandoned film theater pinned with Bazaart

I always dreamed of places like this to hang in, while growing up...Theres no shit like this in Denver tho, except Gates Rubber Factory.

Urban exploration: 30 hauntingly beautiful images of abandoned power plants

In 1893, H.J. Davison Jr. built a resort in Millbrook, N.Y., about 90 miles north of Manhattan in the Hudson Valley. James E. Ware devised a 200-room, Queen Anne structure, later known as Halcyon Hall, to house the hotel, but, despite the charming hilltop location and stunning architecture, the resort failed. May Bennett purchased the property as the campus for Bennett College, a women's junior college until the late '70s, when the construction of a pricey science center bankrupted the…

Abandoned Mansion, then and now (I am Not Sure Where This Home Is But Thought Pic Was Interesting) This is actually Bennett College in Millbrook, NY, not a mansion. Just awful that it has gone this way.

The Abyss by reinkarnacja :: Photos of Old & Abandoned Places :: http://www.cruzine.com/2010/08/18/old-interiors-architecture/

Beautiful spiral staircase in abandoned, decaying house. If I had money to build my own house I would have a spiral staircase and a hidden room :)


Nature colonizes everything. Abandoned library with tree. I would love to have a thing of nature in a library it just seem so cool. I mean you can read your book on the tree! Even though it's abandoned that would be awesome.