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These eerie pictures show all that remains of a fleet of World War II fighter   planes. The rotting planes lie derelict at an abandoned aeroplane graveyard   in Newbury, Ohio, amongst overgrown foliage and scrap metal. The haunting   images were captured by 24-year-old photographer, Jonny Joo, from Ohio, who   has made a name for himself by venturing into long-abandoned places.

These eerie pictures show all that remains of a fleet of World War II fighter planes. The rotting planes lie derelict at an abandoned aeroplane graveyard in Newbury, Ohio, amongst overgrown foliage and scrap metal. The haunting images were captured by 24-year-old photographer, Jonny Joo, from Ohio, who has made a name for himself by venturing into long-abandoned places.

"We cαn eαsιlʏ ғσrgive α cнιld wнσ ιs αғrαιd σғ тнe dαrκ; тнe reαl тrαgedʏ σғ lιғe ιs wнen мen αre αғrαιd σғ тнe lιgнт."

"We cαn eαsιlʏ ғσrgive α cнιld wнσ ιs αғrαιd σғ тнe dαrκ; тнe reαl тrαgedʏ σғ lιғe ιs wнen мen αre αғrαιd σғ тнe lιgнт."

Avro Vulcan XJ782 became the short-lived gate guardian at RAF Finningley after decommissioning in 1982. But it wasn't long before the aircraft had been towed to the dump, and was unceremoniously scrapped in 1988.

Avro Vulcan XJ782 became the short-lived gate guardian at RAF Finningley after decommissioning in 1982. But it wasn't long before the aircraft had been towed to the dump, and was unceremoniously scrapped in 1988.

The title MiG in a Wood pretty much sums it up. Urban explorer Sébastien ERNEST reportedly discovered this abandoned MiG-21 Fishbed fighter jet in a woodland clearing somewhere in Europe.

The title MiG in a Wood pretty much sums it up. Urban explorer Sébastien ERNEST reportedly discovered this abandoned MiG-21 Fishbed fighter jet in a woodland clearing somewhere in Europe.

Though the Lightning F6 operated until 1988, the mid 1970s saw the mass scrapping of many Lightning F3 interceptors on the fire dump at RAF Wattisham.

Though the Lightning F6 operated until 1988, the mid 1970s saw the mass scrapping of many Lightning F3 interceptors on the fire dump at RAF Wattisham.

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