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RAF Lympne: The Epic History of an Abandoned Fighter Command Airfield in Kent

RAF Lympne: The Epic History of an Abandoned Fighter Command Airfield in Kent - Urban Ghosts Media

Vic Berry’s Scrapyard was a Leicester, England landmark from 1973 to 1991 when it was destroyed in a massive fire set by unknown, presumably train-hating, arsonists. Specializing in asbestos removal, Vic Berry’s set a standard for large-scale industrial recycling while its more well-known claim to fame was an immense pyramid of 30 disused Class 25 and 27 locomotives that reached its greatest height and breadth in 1987.

Railroaded: 9 Nifty Abandoned Train Car Graveyards Imagine ladders going up to the sides - people living in the cars like pueblo homes.

Uyuni, in arid southwestern Bolivia, is mainly known for its enormous slat flats that turn into enormous otherwordly mirrors when flooded by infrequent rains. Uyuni has another claim to fame, however: its decrepit, rusting train graveyard or in the local parley, “Cementerio de Trenes”.

Uyuni train cemetery, Boliva - decrepit, rusting train graveyard or in the local parley, “Cementerio de Trenes”.

Grand Central’s abandoned Track 61

Grand Central’s abandoned Track 61 When President Franklin Delano Roosevelt was in office, he utilized a secret train line that connected Grand Central to the Waldorf-Astoria. The area even has a huge freight elevator that was used to fit his limousine al

Aeroplane Graveyard

Airplane Graveyard (Arizona, USA) Meet the Bone Yard, near Davis Monthan Air Force Base in Tucson, Arizona.

Battersea Power Station (England)

Battersea Power Station is a decommissioned coal-fired power station located on the south bank of the River Thames in Battersea, an inner-city district of Southwest London.

Abandoned train station

This spooky photo appears to depict the Tram 58 terminus in Zugliget, Budapest, Hungary. The original source isn’t clear to me (if you know it, please note it in the comments so I c…

LA's Red Cars waiting for demolition in 1951

So sad: abandoned, streetcars of L. waiting for demolition after it was decided that the car was the future!