I love them all and so many more. There will definitely have to be a second homes series. If anyone has any information on any of these, please share!
What an awesome building!
This most likely used to be a hotel. The image was taken upstate New York, around Hunter Mountain. This photo has been posted on so many different sites, it was hard to tell who the original photographer was. My best guess is ckdhtc on High Aperture – only because I enlarged the photo to such a degree that I could see this on the bottom corner. The house next to it looks to be in the same sad state of neglect. I’d love to explore both places. There are horses in the left mid image. Someone must care for them which makes me wonder if at least part of the house is occupied. A wonderful commenter took the time to find the missing answers. This is the old, abandoned Cold Springs Hotel in Tannersville, New York.
Signs of the times…a day late.
Abandoned Forest Heights Burger Joint Sign by Sharat Ganapati on Flickr.
What a shame these beautiful instruments were left to rot. Elephantine, gargantuan behemoths of the music realm, they were just too cumbersome to move.
Abandoned ornate organ in poor old Bessingham Manornear to Bessingham, Norfolk, Great Britain. Geograph.org.uk
The first two images are wholly fascinating to me. A Civil War romance tale could be easily woven around this lost and abandoned ship.
Further down, the image of the ship in the middle of what appears to be a desert is bizarre, yet scary. How did the vast Aral Sea just dry up? I don’t know, but it’s happened repeatedly throughout the many millenniums of this planet’s existence. You can see that many of the vessels in this Sadly, Utterly Abandoned set have become beached by receding waters. Who knows when the tides will turn and all bodies of water that have slowly been ebbing away will be fully restored? No one on Earth can predict the future.
2012, Hurricane Isaac uncovered more of the mystery Civil War ship at Gulf Shores, Alabama. Photos by Meyer Vacation Rentals. Historic details by Paul Conner at The Daily Caller.