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British Fighter Jet put out to pasture. [1167 × 724].

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  • IrishSchmirish
    7 points Dec 17,2017, 8:54am

    I think that's a BAE Lightning.

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  • IrishSchmirish
    7 points Dec 17,2017, 8:54am

    I think that's a BAE Lightning.

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Abandoned Texas Homestead [4608x3456] [OC]

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The abandoned West Side Highway with a stolen and burned out 1970's Chevy Camaro. March 1975. New York. [1024 x 765]

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  • corvettedude
    14 points Dec 16,2017, 12:29pm

    Seeing the camaro like that makes me sad. I wonder how the road came to be like that

  • JFH1986
    4 points Dec 16,2017, 2:38pm

    Split bumper... shame

  • Pizzoots
    13 points Dec 16,2017, 1:04pm

    Huge fallout vibes from this. Love it

  • JustShutUpPlease
    2 points Dec 16,2017, 3:09pm

    Jesus, that building on the left is still there...

  • Hu99
    -6 points Dec 16,2017, 1:35pm

    NYC? Chicago?

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  • corvettedude
    14 points Dec 16,2017, 12:29pm

    Seeing the camaro like that makes me sad. I wonder how the road came to be like that

  • JFH1986
    4 points Dec 16,2017, 2:38pm

    Split bumper... shame

  • Pizzoots
    13 points Dec 16,2017, 1:04pm

    Huge fallout vibes from this. Love it

  • killerbake
    2 points Dec 16,2017, 2:23pm

    So many questions!

  • JustShutUpPlease
    2 points Dec 16,2017, 3:09pm

    Jesus, that building on the left is still there...

  • Hu99
    -6 points Dec 16,2017, 1:35pm

    NYC? Chicago?

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Pilgrim Psychiatric Center, Photos taken 2002 [1188x888] [OC] AIC

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  • TheCannonOfKittens
    5 points Dec 13,2017, 6:53am

    They tore them all down recently, they were infamous for people trespassing and exploring.

  • christinahufflepuff
    2 points Dec 13,2017, 12:02am

    Were you able to get inside? The grounds look eerily beautiful.

  • Dibble86
    2 points Dec 13,2017, 12:09am

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  • TheCannonOfKittens
    5 points Dec 13,2017, 6:53am

    They tore them all down recently, they were infamous for people trespassing and exploring.

  • christinahufflepuff
    2 points Dec 13,2017, 12:02am

    Were you able to get inside? The grounds look eerily beautiful.

  • Dibble86
    2 points Dec 13,2017, 12:09am

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The remains of an abandoned train carriage, Zig Zag Railway [OC] [3000x4000]

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  • ZeroCoolBeans
    4 points Dec 13,2017, 1:26pm

    Surprisingly clean! I never knew that hobos were so tidy. Besides the "two year old with crayons and walls" tagging, obv.

  • PM-ME_SMALL-BOOBS
    3 points Dec 13,2017, 1:57pm

    Looks like someone really needed some keys for their keyboard.

  • Straight8Blues
    1 points Dec 13,2017, 12:54pm

    Had to tag it. Disappointed!

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  • ZeroCoolBeans
    4 points Dec 13,2017, 1:26pm

    Surprisingly clean! I never knew that hobos were so tidy. Besides the "two year old with crayons and walls" tagging, obv.

  • PM-ME_SMALL-BOOBS
    3 points Dec 13,2017, 1:57pm

    Looks like someone really needed some keys for their keyboard.

  • Straight8Blues
    1 points Dec 13,2017, 12:54pm

    Had to tag it. Disappointed!

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Al Capone's cell at Eastern State Penitentiary in Philadelphia, PA. [5119x3413] photo not my own

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  • redgr812
    5 points Dec 13,2017, 2:59pm

    Man that rug really ties that room together.

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  • redgr812
    5 points Dec 13,2017, 2:59pm

    Man that rug really ties that room together.

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Basement of the Duga 2 radar station outside Chernobyl, Ukraine [OS][1200x800]

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  • boondocktaints
    2 points Dec 13,2017, 6:18pm

    More more more!!!

  • girafa
    1 points Dec 13,2017, 6:00pm

    When Ukraine split from the Soviet Union the Russian government came to the radar station and ripped out all of the equipment, taking it back to Moscow and storing it somewhere.

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  • boondocktaints
    2 points Dec 13,2017, 6:18pm

    More more more!!!

  • girafa
    1 points Dec 13,2017, 6:00pm

    When Ukraine split from the Soviet Union the Russian government came to the radar station and ripped out all of the equipment, taking it back to Moscow and storing it somewhere.

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The Buffalo Central Terminal's main switchboard abandoned to cobwebs and time by Alexa C. Kurzius [3283 x 2462]

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  • matvei_d
    5 points Dec 13,2017, 3:14pm

    Looks like something out of fallout

  • christinahufflepuff
    6 points Dec 13,2017, 12:09pm

    Beautiful photo and great find.

  • kalika88
    3 points Dec 13,2017, 2:04pm

    Looks like Homer Simpsons office 😱

  • guy99881
    2 points Dec 13,2017, 3:28pm

    Reminds me of every other Star Trek thingy. Probably the Borg came by. Probably some rogue Federation Captain from 2 centuries earlier.

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  • matvei_d
    5 points Dec 13,2017, 3:14pm

    Looks like something out of fallout

  • christinahufflepuff
    6 points Dec 13,2017, 12:09pm

    Beautiful photo and great find.

  • kalika88
    3 points Dec 13,2017, 2:04pm

    Looks like Homer Simpsons office 😱

  • TheCatBath
    2 points Dec 13,2017, 12:50pm

    The rail system diagram map still visible on the wall. Eye level when one is seated at the console.

  • guy99881
    2 points Dec 13,2017, 3:28pm

    Reminds me of every other Star Trek thingy. Probably the Borg came by. Probably some rogue Federation Captain from 2 centuries earlier.

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The remains of a crashed P-38 Lightning on a beach in Wales

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COMMENTS

  • coffepotty
    47 points Dec 13,2017, 9:26am

    Interesting find heres a little more info. https://tighar.org/Projects/P38/welshlightning.htm

    "In the summer of 2007, a Lockheed P-38 Lightning fighter aircraft, presumed to be USAAF serial number 41-7677, emerged from the sand of a beach in Wales where it crash landed in 1942. The aircraft, largely intact and remarkably free of corrosion, is one of the most significant WWII-related archaeological discoveries in recent history."

  • Oxidopamine
    18 points Dec 13,2017, 9:38am

    Now THIS is podracing

  • Mernerner
    18 points Dec 13,2017, 9:26am

    wow

  • BartlettMagic
    7 points Dec 13,2017, 9:39am

    serious question: since it's an "archaeological site" per /u/coffepotty 's post, does that mean it won't be removed? i always wonder about stuff like this and other ships and planes in the water... why don't they remove it? is it cost? why can't the materials be recycled etc

  • Shurae
    2 points Dec 13,2017, 10:01am

    Stuff like this make me uncomfortable

  • Wingnut814
    2 points Dec 13,2017, 10:03am

    My grandfather flew one of these during the war. He went down early in the US involvement however and spent most of the war in a POW camp (which is much nicer than a concentration camp). Either way he didn’t talk about it much.

  • nik-nak333
    1 points Dec 13,2017, 10:09am

    This is easily my favorivte WW2 era plane

  • KyloRad
    1 points Dec 13,2017, 10:10am
  • mrisoveli
    -2 points Dec 13,2017, 10:01am

    Wonder if you could scavenge some parts, cylinder head for example?

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  • coffepotty
    47 points Dec 13,2017, 9:26am

    Interesting find heres a little more info. https://tighar.org/Projects/P38/welshlightning.htm

    "In the summer of 2007, a Lockheed P-38 Lightning fighter aircraft, presumed to be USAAF serial number 41-7677, emerged from the sand of a beach in Wales where it crash landed in 1942. The aircraft, largely intact and remarkably free of corrosion, is one of the most significant WWII-related archaeological discoveries in recent history."

  • Oxidopamine
    18 points Dec 13,2017, 9:38am

    Now THIS is podracing

  • Mernerner
    18 points Dec 13,2017, 9:26am

    wow

  • jdbsticks
    3 points Dec 13,2017, 9:38am

    Sexy aircraft

  • BartlettMagic
    7 points Dec 13,2017, 9:39am

    serious question: since it's an "archaeological site" per /u/coffepotty 's post, does that mean it won't be removed? i always wonder about stuff like this and other ships and planes in the water... why don't they remove it? is it cost? why can't the materials be recycled etc

  • Shurae
    2 points Dec 13,2017, 10:01am

    Stuff like this make me uncomfortable

  • Wingnut814
    2 points Dec 13,2017, 10:03am

    My grandfather flew one of these during the war. He went down early in the US involvement however and spent most of the war in a POW camp (which is much nicer than a concentration camp). Either way he didn’t talk about it much.

  • nik-nak333
    1 points Dec 13,2017, 10:09am

    This is easily my favorivte WW2 era plane

  • KyloRad
    1 points Dec 13,2017, 10:10am
  • mrisoveli
    -2 points Dec 13,2017, 10:01am

    Wonder if you could scavenge some parts, cylinder head for example?

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Abandoned factory in Tennessee [4575x3430] OC

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  • tomdelfino
    1 points Dec 12,2017, 12:11am

    Whereabouts in Tennessee is this?

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  • tomdelfino
    1 points Dec 12,2017, 12:11am

    Whereabouts in Tennessee is this?