Recently Added Entries (page two):

yreka

Yreka, California | Nicely preserved gold rush town. (13 photos - 2014) Added - 9/3/2014

Bannack

Bannack Montana | Very well executed ghost town/history park. (22 photos - 2014) Added - 9/2/2014

Govan

Govan Washington | Beautiful abandoned school on the site of a former village. (4 photos - 2014) Added - 9/2/2014

Danville, Virginia | Dan River Mills, Schoolfield mill complex - which is slowly being demolished. (21 photos - 2014) Added with photos by Damon Lapas - 9/1/2014

Yankee Fork Dredge

Yankee Fork Dredge, Idaho | A 988 ton piece of mining equipment that was abandoned on the Yankee Fork of the Salmon River. It has been restored and is currently maintained. (8 photos - 2014) Added - 9/1/2014

Bonanza Idaho | Ghost town on the Yankee Fork of the Salmon River. (17 photos - 2014) Added - 9/1/2014

Elkhorn Montana | 1880s-90s silver rush ghost town. (11 photos - 2014) Added - 9/1/2014

Burke

Burke Idaho | Ghost town with a fascinating labor history and a massive, empty, silver mine complex. (13 photos - 2014) Added - 8/31/2014

Wallace Idaho | The commercial heart of the Coeur d'Alene mining district. (7 photos - 2014) Added - 8/31/2014

Granite Montana

Granite (Ghost Town) Montana | Ghost Town and extensive remains of a large mine, mill and tramway. (29 photos - 2014) Added - 8/30/2014

Satsop Nuclear Power Plant, Washington | A nuclear power plant construction project that was halted in 1983 when it was 76% complete. The plant was never operational. The site is now a business park. (9 photos - 2014) Added - 8/30/2014

Experimental Breeder Reactor 1, Idaho | A museum devoted to the world's first nuclear power plant. Two nuclear powered jet engine prototypes sit outside the museum next to the parking lot. (9 photos - 2014) Added - 8/29/2014

Comet Montana | Ghost town - not currently being preserved or developed for tourism. (8 photos - 2014) Added - 8/29/2014

Windber Pennsylvania: Here I try to clear up some nonsense about an alleged "apocalyptic train graveyard" In North Carolina. Crappy journalism by the Daily Mail UK led to a click-bait/ruin-porn type article going viral. Almost nothing in the widely republished article is true. 7/30/2014

Milton

Photographing the Milky Way | Where I try to share what I know about taking photos of the Milky Way and night sky. (10 photos - 2014) Added - 7/25/2014

mebane

Mebane North Carolina | Abandoned White Furniture Company factory. (26 photos - 2014) Added, with a bunch of recent photos from Damon Lapas. 7/24/2014

Bellemont NC

Bellemont North Carolina | Textile mill ruins. (19 photos - 2007 - 2013) Updated with a new photos from Damon Lapas in 2013. - 7/24/2014

Franklinville

Franklinville North Carolina | Small textile mill town with a ruined mill. (1 photo - 2006) Updated with a bunch of new photos of the mill taken Damon Lapas during a recent visit. - 7/24/2014

Monrovia Liberia | The Ducor Hotel, abandoned after the 1989 civil war. (26 photos - 2013) Added - 7/7/2014

Pripyat Ukraine | Town that was abandoned after the 1986 Chernobyl disaster. (40 photos - 2014) Added - 7/6/2014

Chernobyl Ukraine | Site of the world's worst nuclear power disaster. (40 photos - 2014) Added - 7/6/2014

Photographing Lightning, Utah | Where I try to share what I've learned about photographing lightning. (14 photos - 2013) Added - 6/6/2014

Alabama Hills and Whitney Portal, California | Incredibly scenic and underdeveloped natural area. (22 photos - 2010-2014) Added - 6/2/2014

Locke California | Early 1900s rural Chinese ghetto in a remarkable state of preservation/arrested decay. (10 photos - 9/12/2010) Updated - 5/29/2014

Columbia California | 1849 gold rush town, preserved as a "history park". (5 photos - 2014) Added - 5/29/2014

Death Valley National Park, California | Amazing 5,270 square mile park with alien landscapes and lots of empty space. (31 photos 2011-2014) Added - 5/28/2014

Goldfield

Goldfield Nevada | Gold mining town that boomed from 1902-1910. (15 photos - 2014) Added - 4/16/2014

Darwin, California | Small old mining town next to a large, closed, and gated off mining operation. (7 photos - 2014) Added - 4/16/2014

Boron Air Station, California | Post-apocalyptic, abandoned Air Force radar station and prison. (15 photos - 2014) Added - 4/16/2014

Fort Ord, California | Large decommissioned Army base in varying states of decay and redevelopment. (24 photos - 2013) Updated - 1/23/2014

isleton

Jackson California | Bustling gold rush town with extensive remains of two large mines which closed in the 1940s. (23 photos - 2011-2014) Updated - 1/20/2014

isleton

Isleton California | Unique, historic, Sacramento Delta town with remnants of a once large Chinese community. (14 photos - 2014) Updated - 1/15/2014

Fort Knox Maine | Civil War era brick and stone fort with some fun to walk through and photograph, very dark lower passageways. (13 photos - 2013) Added - 1/3/2014

Jim Thorpe Pennsylvania | A former coal port that in a desperate bid to save itself, in 1953, renamed itself after the recently deceased athlete - Jim Thorpe. (3 photos - 2013) Added - 1/3/2014

Ste. Genevieve Missouri | Well preserved French colonial town on the Mississippi river. (12 photos - 2013) Added - 1/2/2014

Madison

Madison Indiana | One of the most nicely preserved 19th century towns I've seen with an interesting cotton mill reuse project. (10 photos - 2013) Added - 12/31/2013

Buffalo NY

Buffalo Central Terminal, New York | Huge 1930 passenger rail terminal saved from abandonment in the 1990s and very slowly being restored. (14 photos - 2013) Added - 12/31/2013

Buffalo NY

Buffalo Grain Silos and South Lakeshore New York | Mammoth abandoned grain silos along Buffalo Creek and the Lake Erie shore. (25 photos - 2013) Added - 12/31/2013

Rockingham North Carolina | Several closed textile mills including one incredible 19th century mill ruin. (37 photos - 2013) Added - 12/27/2013

Lackawanna New York | Site of what was once the largest steel plant in the world (demolished/empty). (3 photos - 2013) Added - 12/15/2013

Hadenville, OH

Hadenville Ohio | Company town with many homes built with glazed drainage brick produced at the local brick factory. (10 photos - 2013) Added - 12/15/2013

Chaco Culture National Historical Park, New Mexico | Largest concentration of pre-Columbian ruins in the United States. (37 photos - 2013) Added - 12/15/2013

Cahokia Mounds, Illinois | The site of the largest pre-European city in what is now the United States. (9 photos - 2013) Added - 12/13/2013

Youngstown

Youngstown Ohio | America's fastest shrinking city. (3 photos - 2013) Added - 12/12/2013

Lowell Mass

Lowell Massachusetts | Large, historic, planned industrial city. Home of Lowel National Historic Park. (12 photos - 2013) Added - 12/3/2013

Kings Mills (Peters Cartridge CO.) Ohio | A large, badly deteriorated ammunition factory. (9 photos - 2013) Added - 12/2/2013

Confluence Tower, Hartford Illinois | Very large, expensive monument built by a very small town in the middle of nowhere. (5 photos - 2013) Added - 12/1/2013

Holyoke Mass

Holyoke Massachusetts | A large planned industrial city suffering from population loss/abandonment. (14 photos - 2013) Added - 12/1/2013

Chinese Camp California | Semi-ghost town built by Chinese miners during the 1849 gold rush. (12 photos - 2011) Updated - 11/28/2013

Missouri Mines State Historic Site Missouri | Lead mine and mill preserved in a state of arrested decay with small museum. (34 photos - 2013) Added - 11/28/2013

Bethlehem PA

Bethlehem Pennsylvania | Home of the sprawling and closed Bethlehem Steel Works. (34 photos - 2013) Added - 11/26/2013

Austin Nevada

Austin Nevada | Small, old mining town on the "Loneliest Road". (8 photos - 2013) Added - 11/25/2013

Shawneetown Illinois | A town that mostly moved away from the Ohio River to avoid flooding. (10 photos - 2013) Added - 11/24/2013


Needles Overlook/Wind Whistle Campground Utah | Spectacular and under-used Canyonlands overlook and campground. (21 photos - 2013) Added - 11/24/2013

Badin NC

Badin North Carolina | Small town built around an aluminum plant that has recently closed. (5 photos - 2013) Added - 11/15/2013

Fisher Towers Utah | Great seldom used campground near Moab. Great spot for night and other photography. (14 photos - 2013) Added - 11/15/2013

Marcus Hook

Marcus Hook Pennsylvania | Very small community completely surrounded by oil refineries and decaying industry. (5 photos - 2013) Added - 11/15/2013

 

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