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Nevada Ghost Towns

Matador Network / Photo: mtneer_manHere at Southern Wanderings we'll sometimes cover places that are outside of the Southeastern United States. Ghost towns are one of those subjects and whenever we can find a link to a cool article or photos of...
by Southern Wanderings on Sep 11, 2015

Abandoned Places - Part 1

I love ghost towns and abandoned places. It's easy to find these places out west, where once thriving mining towns went bust. In the southeastern United States ghost towns are a little bit harder to find. What's easier to find here are a number of sm...
by Southern Wanderings on Aug 23, 2015

Most Notorious Ghost Towns

Did you think about your daily habits and what could they mean for the people from over few centuries? Did you think that the city you live could vanish and remain without any inhabitants? Of course... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my web...
by Travel on Apr 24, 2015

Atacama desert

If saw, visited and experimented already Sahara desert or the Death Valley inU.S. you must have been impressed about the tough conditions of life there, due to the extreme lack of moisture.... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for...
by Travel on Mar 23, 2015

Info about the ghost towns of Italy

(LAST EDITED/UPDATED: XX MONTH 2014)Here are some links about the ghost towns of Italy:GHOST TOWNS IN ITALY15 Ghost Towns in Italy – "Ghost towns are towns or villages that have been abandoned by their original inhabitants, either due to a natural...
by Moving2Italy2 on Aug 6, 2014

The Crumbling Shire: 7 Abandoned Wonders of New Zealand

Sheep have taken over the Shire, lost industry created ghost towns and the major earthquake of 2011 has left much of Christchurch cordoned-off and left to ...
by WebUrbanist on Dec 4, 2013

Drowned colonial churches in Mexico

Quechula, Chiapas, Mexico In keeping with the theme of historical towns being submerged under rising artificial lakes, I want to share two cases of "drowned colonial churches" in Mexico. These are from Richard Perry, a tireless recorder and desc...
by Wide Urban World on Mar 1, 2013

Old Bluffton: A Ghost Town Rises from the Lake

Old Bluffton (from Texas Observer) Greeting from Lake Buchanan, Texas! We are spending Christmas with Cindy’s parents, Jim and Maxine Heath of Buchanan Dam, Texas. Their house sits on the (sometime) shore of Lake Buchanan, formed when the Little Co...
by Wide Urban World on Dec 26, 2012

Re: Dark Roasted Blend: Ghost Towns of the Pacific Northwest: Bordeaux, Washington

Dark Roasted Blend: Ghost Towns of the Pacific Northwest: Bordeaux, Washington. I have an Google key word alert for the terms “Bordeaux Washington” and a link to the article above arrived... That's not all, read on!

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Ghost Towns In The East

Every state has ghost towns. Eastern and Midwestern States are no exception. At one time or another you may have driven your car right by a ghost town, not aware of it. If you are a hiker, backpacker, or a hunter, you may have walked past or throu...
by 2012ad and Beyond on Aug 23, 2012

Visiting Dyea, a Klondike Gold Rush Ghost Town

The Klondike Gold Rush created the town of Dyea, Alaska. Hundreds upon hundreds of prospectors landed here to access the Chilkoot Trail which led to the gold fields,  creating a briefly thriving town from about 1897 to 1903. After that, the action s...
by Perceptive Travel Blog on Aug 14, 2012

Visiting Dyea, a Klondike Gold Rush Ghost Town

The Klondike Gold Rush created the town of Dyea, Alaska. Hundreds upon hundreds of prospectors landed here to access the Chilkoot Trail which led to the gold fields,  creating a briefly thriving town from about 1897 to 1903. After that, the action s...
by Perceptive Travel Blog on Aug 14, 2012

Abandoned stadiums

Being that I'm not into football and other such sports that involve balls and stadiums, these places were never significant to me. For me, a stadium, mainly a soccer or football stadium, is that place where people dressed in shorts and T-shirts,...
by H.I.A.T on Jul 29, 2012

Abandoned stadiums

Being that I'm not into football and other such sports that involve balls and stadiums, these places were never something special for me. For me, a stadium, mainly a soccer or football stadium, is that place where people dressed in shorts and T-s...
by H.I.A.T on Jul 29, 2012

Creepy graffiti in Prypiat

Prypiat, the fascinating abandoned city we all know by now, is not only being visited by tourists and urban explorers. Graffiti artists roamed it's streets numerous times, trying to convey the impact that the disaster had on this city, once inhab...
by H.I.A.T on Jun 8, 2012

Creepy graffiti in Prypiat

Prypiat, the fascinating abandoned city we all know by now, is not only being visited by tourists and urban explorers. Graffiti artists roamed it's streets numerous times, trying to convey the impact that the disaster had on this city, once inhab...
by H.I.A.T on Jun 8, 2012

Ghost Towns: The Cats of Ulthar 1.0

Ghost Towns: The Cats of Ulthar 1.0       Author: dour_pestle_original   |   Today, 09:34   |   : 0 Ghost Towns: The Cats of Ulthar 1.0ENG | PC | 202.32 MBGenre: Hidden Object As you enter an unfamiliar village, you find a...
by ::.All-4u-Guys.:: on May 11, 2012

6 of The World’s Unlikeliest Tourist Travel Destinations

Some of the strangest places in the world have become tourist attractions. More often than not, it’s the abandoned and … Read more »...
by World Travel Guide on Apr 23, 2012

Six of the World’s Unlikeliest Tourist Travel Destinations

Some of the strangest places in the world have become tourist attractions. More often than not, it’s the abandoned and … Read more »...
by World Travel Guide on Apr 23, 2012


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