Abandoned but Not Forgotten
— treasure trove of images and information
Abandoned Railroad Bridge Photos
— Brian McCamish is a 4X4 nut with a penchant for photographing railroad artifacts
— The beginnings of a nationwide database of former railroads
— A great starting point for highly detailed looks at stations of the greater New York area
Abandoned Train Tunnels
— One of many related categories at
— Japan's rotting metropolis
Chernobyl Exclusion Zone
— the granddaddy of all abandoned places
Chuck's Photo Spot
— A great starting point for endless exploration possibilities; however, beware the many abandoned and decaying web pages as well
Daily Photography by Kendall Anderson
— "Abandonments. Decay. Industrial mayhem."
— "A New York-based organization providing blind archeologists with the finest quality flashlights."
— Part of
Tom's Railroad Pictures
The Lackawanna Cutoff
— researched by the
Garden State Model Railway Club
— "The Cold Wind of What Was Left Behind"
Matthias Wandel's Ruins Page
— a few odds and ends worth investigating
— photographic essays of dereliction, featuring Bethlehem Steel amongst others. One of the finest online collections of such images I've seen to date
— examining New York City's transportation infrastructure
— Panama fascinates me
Scott's Railroad Archaeology Page
— Abandoned branches of the B&M in southern New Hampshire and northeastern Massachusetts
Searching for Abandoned Rights-of-Way
— in and around Long Island
— a small but worthwhile gallery of the Lackawanna Railroad's New Jersey Cutoff
— I want to be this guy.
The Vanishing Point
— a site that began as an examination of the drains of Ontario (that is
a typo) has become fascinating collection of places to explore, including long forgotten tunnels, abandoned mines, and disused industrial complexes
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