Located near Betws-y-Coed in North Wales, these abandoned cottages with their elaborate tiered gardens and stone privies mark the remains of Rhiwddolion.
To many, fire escapes are utilitarian structures with little physical appeal. But in New York City, they’re as much a part of the street scene as yellow cabs and the Empire State Building.
A rare first person article on Urban Ghosts but couldn’t resist this one – the author stands in front of a Vulcan bomber, arms out stretched, in 1984 and 2012 respectively.
It looks like the rusting shell of any other defunct Boeing 747. Despite its long career, this Jumbo Jet serial number G-BDXH almost came to a tragic end on June 24, 1982 off the shores of Indonesia.
Located on Chapel Hill to the east of Tintern Abbey in Monmouthshire, Wales, the ruined church of St Mary the Virgin, complete with ivy-clad tower and overgrown graveyard.
The Shell Cottage was constructed around 2009 as a set for the film version of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. Now demolished, these images show the set in the sand dunes of Pembrokeshire, Wales.
It wasn’t the most comfortable seat in the world, and as a result I stood up and actually took notice – there in front of me was a vintage tractor seat turned bar stool.
During World War Two, hundreds of airfields were hastily constructed across the United Kingdom. Their remains are often still visible today as ghostly reminders on the landscape.
Lightning XN728 became a famous – perhaps notorious – landmark of Britain’s A1 road between 1983 and 1988. Now, the aircraft has been brilliantly immortalized in the form of a model diorama.
Lying in 50 metres of water off the coast of Papua New Guinea, the remarkably intact B-17 Flying Fortress “Black Jack”, discovered in 1986, is one of the most unique and important Pacific aircraft wrecks.
For her series Broken Houses, artist Ofra Lapid sought inspiration from an amateur photographer who has documented decaying and abandoned buildings across North Dakota.
Acclaimed artist Jason deCaires Taylor combined his BA in Sculpture with 17 years diving experience to create some of the world’s most amazing underwater art installations.
This article offers a 6-part guide to abandoned buildings and urban exploration, as well as urbex accessories such as mouse pads – learn more about this strange hobby here!
Paris, New York, Beijing: have you ever wondered what some of the world’s most bustling cities would look like almost completely devoid of people? Find out now…
This impressive work of geek art sees Leonardo da Vinci’s masterpiece The Mona Lisa recreated in collage-form from discarded motherboards and computer chips.