Ghost town of Ashcroft, Colorado, south of Aspen. It was founded as a silver mining town in 1880, grew to 3500 people, six hotels and twenty saloons...and then crashed five years later when the price of silver dropped out.
The Forum in Pompeii
Six Flags New Orleans, October, 2010
Former boarding house in the ghost town of Animas Forks, Colorado.
Ghost town of Ironton, Colorado, between Ouray and Silverton.
The extremely rare ghost town in Torontoactually they are slated to be demolished for condo towers
Found this heading up to Page last year. Though its not built into a mountain, it reminds me of the Tonto National Mnmt. that I posted above and I wonder what will be left of it in 800 years.
Tonto National Monument. The Rio Salado People lived here, 800 years ago.
Some place in Phoenix Park. Used to be a home, a business; something; not sure what.
an abandoned house near Saint-Félix-de-Kingsey, QC
The Forum - Rome
soldier cabinValley Forge, PA
The 'Living Enrichment Center'. Once a large church in my home town, now abandoned. Set on part of the property that used to be Damnash mental hospital. Great place.
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$5 a month since 19 aught diddly.
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