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The remnants of one of the old food stands at Chippewa Lake Park. Still contained some tables, seats and food service equipment strewn around a mostly collapsed floor at the time of the photo. Now all of this is gone.

The remnants of one of the old food stands at Chippewa Lake Park. Still contained some tables, seats and food service equipment strewn around a mostly collapsed floor at the time of the photo.

Panoramio - Photos of the World Train Station along Leipers Creek Road

Panoramio - Photos of the World Train Station along Leipers Creek Road

Former New York Yacht Club (McFarlane-Bredt House). Perched high atop a grassy mound overlooking the tidal waters of the Narrows and the New York Harbor, this 162-year-old house may be decrepit, but it is still  beautiful... despite (or maybe even because of?) the decay.

Former New York Yacht Club (McFarlane-Bredt House). Perched high atop a grassy mound overlooking the tidal waters of the Narrows and the New York Harbor, house

Ghost House - walked by this one a lot, too!

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Castle Hogemeyer, Belgium. The origin of this castle goes back to 1323 under the name "Court of Landeloos" & was in the possession from a family coming from Tienen Landeloos.     It is the family de l'Escaille which formed the basis of the present castle that build the manor around 1750.     In 1860 the Baron Emile Joseph De Turk changed the modest cottage into the castle. He also added the Neo-Geothic chapel with watchtower in 1859.

Castle Hogemeyer, Belgium. The origin of this castle goes back to 1323 under the name "Court of Landeloos" & was in the possession from a family coming from Tienen Landeloos. It is the family de l'Escaille which formed the basis of the present castle that build the manor around 1750. In 1860 the Baron Emile Joseph De Turk changed the modest cottage into the castle. He also added the Neo-Geothic chapel with watchtower in 1859.

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5 Striking Abandoned Railway Stations

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In the woods...

Possibly the oldest house in Wabash County, Illinois. See comment below for older photo and write up. Very sad.

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