Johnny Joo, an American urban explorer and photographer, has discovered a “graveyard” of trains recently. These trains are either broken or deserted in the deep forest of North Carolina.
Looking at the picture, one may easily feel apocalyptic. Once these trains were filled with people and trekking into the crowds, now they are abandoned and left in the deserted place.
“Over the years, as certain train sets were no longer wanted, the man let them fall into disrepair,” said Joo.
Rusting away: A Pennsylvania line sits across from a former Cleveland line in a North Carolina forest.
Train graveyard: An old subway from under the streets of a large city transit system.
Ghost: Once filled with people, the trains sit decaying on winding tracks stretching through the snowy forest.
Apocalyptic feel: A passenger train from Philadelphia winds through the open snow.
Last stop: An old NY street bus lays cracked and broken.
In disrepair: Joo said the trains were collected by a man who once fixed them.