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the swedish and canadian ones in particular are stunning
decay is beautiful
looks like a mysterious fortress in a forest.
built by the swedes before and after ww2 in case of soviet bullshit (built for everyone, rather than just the administration, as in the UK). its turbines are kept cool by an underground river even, which is so evil genius-y i now eye up any swede warily.
heres a list of some
love this stuff <3
in real life.
you should check out Hellingly; http://www.opacity.us/gallery113_sporadic_storms.htm
creepy but amazing
It WAS pretty creepy. But I think it was more the fear of being caught by a security patrol.
There was a whole hair salon thing where patients obviously had their hair cut. That was pretty creepy.
love this sort of thing, especially going and visiting places similar to it. rly enjoy the exploration and well me creeping myself out about parts of the abandoned places at times and taking pictures and just having a lovely time.
Although at night - different story
This is such a Dood thread. I bet you'd bloody love a nuclear winter.
Power stations are mighty impressive, especially when abondoned. The massive (in UK) hydro schemes built in the 50s and 60s in northern Scotland are strangely beautiful (given the location mongst outstanding natural beauty). My job takes me up close to these bad boys from time to time - they're like some forgotten Cold War installations..
you can shut down the death star's shield! fuckyouuu palpatine!
each of the pictures on that front page leads to a large gallery of that location - this guy has been doing this for years, check it out
this thread actually inspired me to look at some "ghost pictures" but they're all AWFUL. Either I can't make out what it's meant to be showing or it's basically a shadow which happens to look like a person/face, ridiculous.
so sad it's finished
These are all terrifying, completely eerie. It makes me think this is what pergatory will be like and I hope I stay there for the whole of my afterlife.