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America's first waterpark, Lake Dolores in California, was opened in 1962, and has been abandoned since 2004.

America's first waterpark has been standing empty for 13 years

America's first waterpark, Lake Dolores in California, was opened in and has been abandoned since

Rock-A-Hoola: Abandoned Water Park on Historic Route 66 I have driven past this a dozen times on the way to Vegas

Rock-A-Hoola: Abandoned Water Park on Historic Route 66

Rock-A-Hoola, later known as Lake Dolores Waterpark and Discovery Waterpark, is an abandoned water park on historic Route 66 near Barstow, California.

(Raise the Stakes Projects/Jam Press) Eerie Pictures Show Remains Of America's First Waterpark: The now empty, manmade Lake Dolores, from which the park got its name

It was once branded the 'Fun spot of the dessert", a man made oasis in the Californian drylands. This is what remains of Lake Dolores, America's first ever waterpark. See also: Best water parks around the world See also: Would you

Eric Holubow: urban exploration photographer - Natural Spotlight Satler Theater Buffalo, NY, USA.

The Sattler Theatre in Buffalo, New York, opened in 1914 as a theater constructed in the Beaux Arts style. After it closed as a movie house, it was used by several religious congregations until it was abandoned in Photo: Eric Holubow.

The town of Spectre was actually custom built for the Tim Burton-directed movie on Jackson Lake Island, a small private island situated on the Alabama River outside of Millbrook, Alabama—and it still exists! The now-crumbling set is covered in Spanish moss, but shoes still dangle between the poles marking the town's entrance.

This Enchanting Southern Town Was Built for a Movie (and Never Torn Down)

The town of Spectre was actually custom built for the Tim Burton-directed movie on Jackson Lake Island, a small private island situated on the Alabama River outside of Millbrook, Alabama—and it still exists! The now-crumbling set is covered in Spanish mos

CITY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Gary, Indiana  The United States Steel Company paid $385,000 toward the construction of this $1 million Goth...

Eerily Beautiful Abandoned Places

Eerily Beautiful Abandoned Places - Condé Nast Traveler City United Methodist Church, Gary, IN

Chateau Elf Aquitaine, Mont

Aquitaine, Elf, Chateaus, Abandoned

Seaventures Dive Rig

Well rigged: The Seaventures Dive Resort in Wisma Sabah was an oil rig before becoming a diving hotel

Agudas Achim synagogue, Chicago    Photo copyright Eric Holubow

eric holubow: urban exploration photographer - From Agudas Achim - 4

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