Abandoned, derelict, forgotten, decaying, rotting, and rusting planes, trains, boats, cars, trucks, and the places they may be found.
WokandaPix on Pixabay https://pixabay.com/en/auto-vehicle-abandoned-rust-old-3147034/
Tama66 on Pixabay https://pixabay.com/en/auto-renault-juvaquatre-pkw-old-1661009/
Marisaoa4 on Pixabay https://pixabay.com/en/ship-wreck-old-boot-water-sea-3063814/
PublicCo on Pixabay https://pixabay.com/en/boat-ship-voyage-skipper-captain-2203735/
Skitterphoto on Pixabay https://pixabay.com/en/old-rusty-industry-rust-dirty-car-3064741/
dimitrisvetsikas1969 on pixabay https://pixabay.com/en/tractor-wheels-farm-countryside-3026808/
WildOne on Pixabay https://pixabay.com/en/tractor-wheels-farm-countryside-3026808/
Emslichter on Pixabay https://pixabay.com/en/borgward-hansa-oldtimer-scrap-car-2161701/
StockSnap on Pixabay https://pixabay.com/en/desert-sand-rocks-blue-sky-bus-2620101/
Free-Photos on Pixabay https://pixabay.com/en/plane-decayed-airplane-decay-828826/
Snarsy on Pixabay https://pixabay.com/en/australia-old-utility-old-car-wreck-162760/
DeltaWorks on Pixabay https://pixabay.com/en/australia-old-utility-old-car-wreck-162760/
Lumamannen on Pixabay https://pixabay.com/en/car-scrap-moss-old-forest-rust-571449/
Pexels on Pixabay https://pixabay.com/en/abandoned-broken-destroyed-old-1839345/
Stweyer on Pixabay https://pixabay.com/en/desert-africa-namibia-1913130/
Moniek58 on Pixabay https://pixabay.com/en/wreck-boat-expired-metal-rust-2711336/
Brian60174 on Pixabay https://pixabay.com/en/san-francisco-street-car-tram-856461/
At Kucove this F2 (MiG-15bis) is rotting away in a tunnel. By Rob Schleiffert [CC BY-SA 2.0, via Wikimedia Commons
I hope you enjoyed this rusty, abandoned series. Next one will be Forlorn and Neglected Tiny Houses. 🙂
How sad is this? A whole city on the brink of becoming a ghost town.
Derelict factory in Detroit, Michigan. Photo by L.Hoon on Flickr.
I went home for a visit back in July of this year and heard the sad tale of a house that played a big part in the lives of a lot of my family. It’s not a large house or one that’s architecturally noteworthy. It’s just a regular old house built in 1910 in my little hometown of Morristown, Indiana. We’ve always called it “the green house” because it was a deep pea green for probably 30-40 years or longer, but someone in the last 30 panted the old shingle siding white.
We’ve all driven by countless deserted gas stations. Had I ever thought about it in years past, I would’ve taken pictures of dozens along the highways and byways of our travels. I’m thankful that others have better presence of mind than me. I find them all interesting and wonder about the people who owned them, worked at them, stopped to fill their autos up, and maybe bought an ice-cold bottle of Coke. Soda pop in a plastic container with a twist-off lid just isn’t as refreshing.
A former gas station, in Brooksville, Florida which was also a former Greyhound Bus Stop along Northbound US 41/Eastbound FL 50A/Southbound US 98 (Broad Street). Photo by DanTD on Wikimedia Commons.
These are some images from my trip home in July, 2013. Most are from my husband’s little home town of Manilla, Indiana, which I didn’t even know existed just 10 miles or so southeast of my little home town until I met him when he began working in my home town. How crazy is that? I immediately fell in love with the people, the buildings, and the history.
I would love to see the remaining buildings restored and brought back to life – and even those that are long gone rebuilt and turned into thriving businesses once again. A girl can dream.
An abandoned tobacco barn between Vevay and Madison, Indiana.
I couldn’t resist another round of houses and a mansion or two. Some of these are purportedly haunted. You’ll have to do your own research/be the judge of that. Click on each for a larger view.
“This old house once filled with joy” Ross County, Ohio. Photo by Don O’Brien on Flickr.
There are many gorgeous, elaborately decorated staircases in abandoned homes and buildings. One, in particular, caught my attention, but it doesn’t have a creative common license and can’t be used here. I can share the link though. Look for it after the last image. 🙂
I had no idea there were youtube videos of abandoned places. I still keeping asking the same questions over and over – why has it been left to crumble and rot? I suppose each forsaken abode has its own sad story. Such a waste. I’ve seen so many that deserve to be brought back to life.