Abandoned Places: Journeys Through History


Ranging from eerie, rustic, endearing, to the downright bleak/terrifying, all with the ignonimous passage of time seeping through your veins, LiveJournal community Abandoned Places invites people all over the world to remember the forgotten: lonely, ramshackle huts in Southern Georgia, Baltimore factories whose machines no longer chug and grind or Christian missionary schools with yards that no longer resound with children’s laughter.



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