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San Francisco’s Spooky Sutro Baths

If you’re going to San Francisco, make sure you stop by the ruins of the Sutro Baths.  The bathhouse was the largest indoor swimming establishment in the world until it burned […]

Abandonded NYC Spotlight: Boyce Thompson Institute

Constructed in 1925, the Boyce Thompson Institute in Yonkers was a world-renowned center for plant research until it was replaced with a new location in the 1970s.  In the warmer months, the […]

AbandonedNYC Spotlight: Fort Totten Raccoon

You run into some fascinating personalities in abandoned buildings—fellow photographers, teenage paintballers, the occasional squatter—but there’s something surreal about meeting a wild animal. This little guy followed me all the […]

AbandonedNYC Spotlight: Floyd Bennett Field

A camera obscura in an abandoned building at Floyd Bennett Field.

Light does all sorts of weird and wonderful things in an abandoned building, leaking through boarded windows, forming visible rays in the dust-choked atmosphere, bouncing from one crumbling surface to […]

AbandonedNYC Spotlight: Creedmoor State Hospital

“In 1912, the sprawling Creedmoor State Hospital campus was constructed in Queens Village as the Farm Colony of Brooklyn State Hospital, one of hundreds of similar psychiatric wards erected across […]

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