The Six Flags... abandoned theme park in New Orleans, Louisiana. It closed before Hurricane Katrina struck in August 2005 and is currently owned by the City of New Orleans.

The Six Flags, abandoned theme park in New Orleans, Louisiana. It closed before Hurricane Katrina struck in August Currently owned by the City of New Orleans

New Orleans, US. Hurricane Katrina, parish Saint Bernard, September 2005 (Donatien Garnier). Collectif Argos.

New Orleans, US. Hurricane Katrina, parish Saint Bernard, September 2005 Not sure if this was a cemetery?

Originally called Jazzland until Six Flags took over in 2002. In 2005 hurricane Katrina unleashed all her destructive fury on the Gulf coast. Following the collapse of the levee’s in the 9th ward and the over flow from lake Pontchartrain the park sat submerged in 4-7 ft of brackish, corrosive water for over a month. 80% of all building were considered destroyed and what was left was unsafe and unrecoverable. What’s left of the abandoned park provides us with a surreal and haunting image.

The Fun Stops Here: Abandoned Amusement Parks

Six Flags Jazzland, New Orleans, Louisiana. Six Flags Jazzland has been abandoned since it was badly damaged by Hurricane Katrina. There are plans to develop the park, but for now it remains creepy.

Once upon a time....

New Orleans anatomy of a manor. On General Taylor Street. This is a result of Hurricane Katrina and the flood.just around the corner from my house I just love love LOVE and miss Uptown New Orleans

New Orleans French quarter - gorgeous architecture and colours and a great vibe.

{Maison LeMonnier, French Quarter, New Orleans Gorgeous photography by Pompo Bresciani} house of the rising sun photoshoot in Nola

Katrina - New Orleans - Ten years after Hurricane Katrina devastated New Orleans - signs of resilience and struggle - Pictures - CBS News

Katrina 10 years later: New Orleans

Katrina - New Orleans - Ten years after Hurricane Katrina devastated New Orleans - signs of resilience and struggle - Pictures - CBS News

Six Flags New Orleans - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Six Flags New Orleans - still flooded 2 weeks after Katrina. Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Ninth Ward or 9th Ward is a distinctive region of New Orleans, Louisiana…

Da Nint' Ward, Cross da Canal, New Orleans East, Upper Nine and that Mighty Lower Nine

Six Flags New Orleans abandoned after Katrina; @Kristen Let's do a creepy photoshoot.

My secret dream: Visiting such an abandoned amusement park. Six Flags New Orleans abandoned after Katrina

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