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
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.
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