beautyofabandonedplaces:

Abandoned factory, Bham, UK [782x587] [OC] http://imgur.com/r/AbandonedPorn/A53EWwk

silentstructures:

The Red Carpet - Abandoned Motel

Hacking the Abandoned Ridge Lane Tramway Tunnel


When urban explorer Phill.d visited the abandoned Ridge Lane tramway tunnel in North Yorkshire, he found a gaping hole in the long sealed-off south portal and stepped inside to document what lay beyond. To his great surprise, the old wooden sleepers were still in place and track bolts intact almost 100 years after the last tram rattled through the 400-yard-long tunnel.


A combination of stone walls and an arched, red brick roof form the interior construction of the tunnel. A series of intricate brick and stone-built alcoves line the inside, allowing railwaymen to escape the path of passing trams before the tunnel closed in 1916.


Ridge Lane tunnel lay on the old tramway connecting the Grinkle iron mine to the harbour at Port Mulgrave. Today, the old trackbed is little more than a woodland path. But as the tunnel approaches, the railway relics become more obvious. Continuing along the trail above, the tramway takes a sharp right and crosses an embankment over the Easington Beck before entering the abandoned tunnel. - See more at: http://www.urbanghostsmedia.com/2014/04/hacking-abandoned-ridge-lane-tramway-tunnel/#sthash.9lSSWfBg.dpuf


Hacking the Abandoned Ridge Lane Tramway Tunnel


When urban explorer Phill.d visited the abandoned Ridge Lane tramway tunnel in North Yorkshire, he found a gaping hole in the long sealed-off south portal and stepped inside to document what lay beyond. To his great surprise, the old wooden sleepers were still in place and track bolts intact almost 100 years after the last tram rattled through the 400-yard-long tunnel.


A combination of stone walls and an arched, red brick roof form the interior construction of the tunnel. A series of intricate brick and stone-built alcoves line the inside, allowing railwaymen to escape the path of passing trams before the tunnel closed in 1916.


Ridge Lane tunnel lay on the old tramway connecting the Grinkle iron mine to the harbour at Port Mulgrave. Today, the old trackbed is little more than a woodland path. But as the tunnel approaches, the railway relics become more obvious. Continuing along the trail above, the tramway takes a sharp right and crosses an embankment over the Easington Beck before entering the abandoned tunnel. - See more at: http://www.urbanghostsmedia.com/2014/04/hacking-abandoned-ridge-lane-tramway-tunnel/#sthash.9lSSWfBg.dpuf


Hacking the Abandoned Ridge Lane Tramway Tunnel


When urban explorer Phill.d visited the abandoned Ridge Lane tramway tunnel in North Yorkshire, he found a gaping hole in the long sealed-off south portal and stepped inside to document what lay beyond. To his great surprise, the old wooden sleepers were still in place and track bolts intact almost 100 years after the last tram rattled through the 400-yard-long tunnel.


A combination of stone walls and an arched, red brick roof form the interior construction of the tunnel. A series of intricate brick and stone-built alcoves line the inside, allowing railwaymen to escape the path of passing trams before the tunnel closed in 1916.


Ridge Lane tunnel lay on the old tramway connecting the Grinkle iron mine to the harbour at Port Mulgrave. Today, the old trackbed is little more than a woodland path. But as the tunnel approaches, the railway relics become more obvious. Continuing along the trail above, the tramway takes a sharp right and crosses an embankment over the Easington Beck before entering the abandoned tunnel. - See more at: http://www.urbanghostsmedia.com/2014/04/hacking-abandoned-ridge-lane-tramway-tunnel/#sthash.9lSSWfBg.dpuf
Hacking the Abandoned Ridge Lane Tramway Tunnel
When urban explorer Phill.d visited the abandoned Ridge Lane tramway tunnel in North Yorkshire, he found a gaping hole in the long sealed-off south portal and stepped inside to document what lay beyond. To his great surprise, the old wooden sleepers were still in place and track bolts intact almost 100 years after the last tram rattled through the 400-yard-long tunnel.
A combination of stone walls and an arched, red brick roof form the interior construction of the tunnel. A series of intricate brick and stone-built alcoves line the inside, allowing railwaymen to escape the path of passing trams before the tunnel closed in 1916.
Ridge Lane tunnel lay on the old tramway connecting the Grinkle iron mine to the harbour at Port Mulgrave. Today, the old trackbed is little more than a woodland path. But as the tunnel approaches, the railway relics become more obvious. Continuing along the trail above, the tramway takes a sharp right and crosses an embankment over the Easington Beck before entering the abandoned tunnel. - See more at: http://www.urbanghostsmedia.com/2014/04/hacking-abandoned-ridge-lane-tramway-tunnel/#sthash.9lSSWfBg.dpuf
jane-gallagher:

we broke into an abandoned amusement park today.
jane-gallagher:

we broke into an abandoned amusement park today.
jane-gallagher:

we broke into an abandoned amusement park today.
jane-gallagher:

we broke into an abandoned amusement park today.
jane-gallagher:

we broke into an abandoned amusement park today.
jane-gallagher:

we broke into an abandoned amusement park today.
jane-gallagher:

we broke into an abandoned amusement park today.
jane-gallagher:

we broke into an abandoned amusement park today.
jane-gallagher:

we broke into an abandoned amusement park today.
jane-gallagher:

we broke into an abandoned amusement park today.

jane-gallagher:

we broke into an abandoned amusement park today.

theillogicalvulcan:

Went on a small trip. One of many uploads to come
theillogicalvulcan:

Went on a small trip. One of many uploads to come
theillogicalvulcan:

Went on a small trip. One of many uploads to come
theillogicalvulcan:

Went on a small trip. One of many uploads to come
theillogicalvulcan:

Went on a small trip. One of many uploads to come
theillogicalvulcan:

Went on a small trip. One of many uploads to come
theillogicalvulcan:

Went on a small trip. One of many uploads to come
theillogicalvulcan:

Went on a small trip. One of many uploads to come

theillogicalvulcan:

Went on a small trip. One of many uploads to come

destroyed-and-abandoned:

Camp LaGuardia, Chester, NY

Source: Kropfi (reddit)

thingsinthelight:

Sneak peek at my latest project… #abandoned

sprngl:

No One is Home by ParchenPhotography. View it at http://ift.tt/1l4Lm3r