What Would The World Look Like After Humans? These Photos Might Give

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With the evolution of the civilization, the prosperous towns and cities come into being. But all those were created by the clever human beings. The great human beings have designed the parks, malls, roads and so on to pass on the civilization from one generation to another. So all the tools or instruments are actually used by us.We humans bring them into full use and life. Have you ever thought that the world’s appearance if the urbans are gradually decaying? (via: distractify)

#1 A chemistry lab remains unused at an abandoned university. [Belgium]


Rebecca Litchfield

#2 Cointe Observatory is a product of its time, shut down and left abandoned when scientific advances left it obsolete. [Liege, Belgium]


Reddit user ethan_kahn

#3 Street cars waste away at the Vintage Electric Streetcar Company depot, founded in 1986, it now acts as a graveyard. [Pennsylvania, USA]


Johnny Joo Photography

#4 Since it was abandoned in 1982, this pool at The University of Rochester has become a dumping ground for old chairs and desks. [New York, USA]


Tony Di Pietro


Tony Di Pietro

#5 An abandoned home on North Brother Island, New York City. In 1885, the island was used as a dumping ground for people with smallpox and typhoid fever and later, a rehab center and prison. It has been abandoned since 1963.


Reddit user Victav


Reddit user Victav

#6 The Woodward Avenue Presbyterian Church in Detroit lays in disrepair after years of neglect. [Michigan, USA]


Rick Harris

#7 Kelenföld Power Plant, built in 1927 and opened in 1929, has been abandoned since the fall of the USSR. [Budapest, Hungary]


Reddit user ethan_kahn

#8 Built in 1933, this hotel once served a popular ski resort in the Catskill region of New York. Abandoned since 1998, it has been exposed to harsh winter weather followed by thawing in the summer. [South Fallsburg, New York, USA]


Abandoned Playgrounds


Abandoned Playgrounds

#9 Weeds grow from the cracks of an abandoned motel. [Texas]


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#10 Murray’s Pub in Wilkes-Barre, a shadow of the lively meeting place it once was. [Pennsylvania]


Christian Medek

#11 A school gymnasium in Detroit with a warped floor as a result of heavy water damage. [Michigan, USA]


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#12 Once a popular holiday spot, Grossinger’s Resort now has new inhabitants – weeds. [Liberty, New York, USA]


Will Ellis / Abandoned NYC


Will Ellis / Abandoned NYC

#13 A dilapidated Fun House at an old amusement park. [Chippewa Lake, Ohio, USA]


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#14 Lemoniz Nuclear Power Plant is left to nature after an opposition group attacked the plant a series of times during the 1970s, killing several workers and fighters. [Vizcaya, Spain]


Reddit user Fatuish

#15 An abandoned tram station is taken over by graffiti. [Sydney, Australia]


Reddit user mydogjustdied

#16 Billingham House has been abandoned since 1995, with a legal battle preventing this decaying wreck from being demolished. [Billingham, UK]


Reddit user virindimaster

#17 The Philadelphia Metropolitan Opera House has a thick layer of dust, no performance has taken place here for a while. [Philadelphia, USA]


Reddit user MilkCarton78

#18 Morning sunlight shines into the decrepit Arbed Steel Works. [Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg]


Geoff George

#19 Amid the scramble to leave Detroit, the staff of this library left everything – including the books. [Michigan, USA]


Yves Marchand & Romain Meffre

#20 This Salon has been untouched since the 1980s, when people started leaving the town of Bodie in mass. A thick layer of dust covers everything and beer bottles remain as they were the night before they closed their doors. [California, USA]


Reddit user tryintolaugh

#21 A forgotten warehouse of collector’s vehicles collects dust. [Detroit, Michigan, USA]


Reddit user hellpony

#22 Abkhazia is an area of land carved out during the war between Georgia and Russia in 1992. Heightened tensions meant that much of the former population fled, leaving areas like this railway station completely abandoned in the exodus. [Abkhazia]


Ilya Varlamov

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#25 Chanute Air Force Base was quickly established following the entry of the United States into World War I and once again served the air force as a training camp during World War II. In 1993, the camp closed its doors and this historic site was left to the elements. [Rantoul, Illinois, USA]


army.arch


army.arch


army.arch

#26 Ransacked lock boxes line the floor of an abandoned safe at the National Bank of Detroit. Whoever owned it wanted to get out of town in a hurry. [Michigan, USA]


Yves Marchand & Romain Meffre

#27 Ivy is slowly taking over an abandoned home on 17th & Jefferson, soon, it will be unrecognisable. [Louisville, Kentucky]


Reddit user Dirty_Old_Town

#28 A bathroom inside the largest industrial Rayon plant in the United States, which nature has reclaimed. [Ohio, USA]


Johnny Joo Photography

#29 The beautiful Spanish-Gothic interior of the United Artists Theater in Detroit lays sadly unutilised and decaying. [Michigan, USA]


Yves Marchand and Romain Meffre

#30 The town of Namie, once home to 20,000 people, lies inside the exclusion zone created by the Fukushima incident. The lights are left on to maintain hope that residents will eventually be allowed to return. [Japan]


Damir Sagolj / Reuters


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#31 Gunkanjima is an island off the coast of Japan. It was deserted when the coal industry took a turn for the worse. Now, the once bustling town is a decaying wreck of its former self. [Japan]


Jordy Meow

#32 Presidio Modelo, a prison on Isla de la Juventud built to house prisoners during the height of communist rule. [Cuba]


Carlyle Ellis / Convenant Grafix

#33 This unused freight station in Duisburg, Germany, was the sight of the 2010 Love Parade, in which 21 people died as a result of extreme overcrowding. The area, which was already abandoned, has been left untouched to remember those who died. [Duisburg, Germany]


davidwachmann


davidwachmann

#34 The occupants of a greenhouse, abandoned for nearly 10 years, erupt from their pots. [Ohio]


Johnny Joo Photography


Johnny Joo Photography

#35 An abandoned hotel is slowly but surely reclaimed by nature. [Japan]


Niur


Niur


Niur

#36 An auditorium of a long stagnant elementary school, which hasn’t seen students in many years. [Pennsylvania]


Johnny Joo Photography

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