Derelict school buildings, Broomloan Road, Govan, Glasgow, Great Britian by David McMumm on Geograph.org.uk
Abandoned school bus in Henry County, Tennessee. Photo by
Abandoned High School in Toyah, Texas – A real ghost town in Reeves County by digplanet.com
Abandoned in Primrose, Nebraska by Ammodramus
Abandoned near Bates, Oklahoma by MRHSfan
Elise Reuss Memorial School, Erected 1907 To the loving memory of our daughter Elise Bertha Christine Reuss. Iberville Parish, Louisiana. Born June 9th 1890 Died November 19th 1894. Photo by Shanna Riley.
Abandoned School Gym by Brook Ward
Abandoned classroom in Detroit, Michigan. Photo by Freaktography
Middle School #3 at Sportivnaya Street 14, one of 5 secondary schools in Pripyat, Ukraine. Photo by Shanomag
Abandoned school in Whiteflat, Texas of Motley County. Photo by
Ani is a ruined medieval Armenian city now situated in the Turkish province of Kars and next to the closed border with Armenia.
I don’t know if it’s still on the market. I wish I lived close enough to see it in real life. If only those walls could talk, imagine the stories they would tell.
Once thriving Soviet city, now a rotting reminder of the dangers of a cataclysmic nuclear power disaster.
The abandoned city of Pripyat with Chernobyl nuclear plant in the distance. by Jason Minshull
Mollerlund, Syddanmark, Denmark
I can’t help but think of the people who once grabbed the wheel and tooled down the road, sailed across vast waters, hopped a bus, or took to the rail. To work, to school, to the grocery, to Christmas dinner with the family. I wonder where my first car, an old green Dodge Polara with a dirty white vinyl top, is now? It was huge and ugly, but it got me where I needed to go for several years. It had a serious issue with overheating that no mechanic could ever solve. The only recourse was to drive with the heat on high, year-round. It was a killer in Indiana through July and August every year. I wonder, did someone resolve that issue and restore the car? Or more likely, is it slowly rusting into nothingness in a junkyard somewhere in central Indiana? I’ll never know and it doesn’t really matter. All these vehicles mattered to someone at some time, but no longer.