In 1962, a coal mind fire started in Centralia, PA and by the 1970s the fire had spread to other areas of the mine. Health and safety hazards to the people living in the town began to appear in the 1980s. Today, the town only has ten people left living in it.
A section of Route 61 was abandoned by the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation after they determined that the fire underneath created dangerous road conditions such as steam effecting visibility. Thus, this small section of Route 61 was bypassed and left to feel the effects of the fire.
In this series at great inspire you are going to see interesting photography of abandoned buildings. Romain Veillon from Paris. He has been photographing abandoned buildings in last four years for his project “Ask the Dust”.
Famous for lace, bikes and its temperamental sheriff, Nottingham is one of the UK’s great Midlands cities. But not everything in modern Nottingham and its surrounding area is bustle and life, as these 10 abandonments demonstrate.
It's sad, knowing that somewhere along the lives of this home's former inhabitants, these discs were buried beneath the mess and left behind. I will only post this one image and a single video from the discs, as I do not want to post everything, but rather find the source of these discs.
There's something inherently mysterious about abandoned places, especially those long-forgotten buildings, vessels and objects that have their own mysterious tales to tell. Here are 10 of our favourites.
Hashima was abandoned in 1974 and left to the elements. Storms, time, and decay have resulted in collapsed buildings that feel inhabited by the ghosts of the miners who used to live there. Here's a tour.
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