The abandoned railway..
January 2, 2010 by Lee Adams
This is an abandoned railway station in Abkhazia, former Russian territory. It stays untouched since the collapse of USSR - the railway connection of Abkhazia and Russia stopped and railway station left out of demand so nature could take over the left-overs of Soviet architecture.
The abandoned railway tunnel at Durrow, Co. Waterford. The line was formerly part of the rail route from Mallow to Waterford
Abandoned railway station in Abkhazia
Allora Railway Station dates back to 1897 but is disused now, along with the grain sheds alongside. The old wooden sleepers are becoming badly deteriorated.
Originally called the 'Stour Valley Line', this short Suffolk branch line was briefly known as the 'The Lovejoy Line' (after a dour BBC TV series about a local antique dealer) and more recently, 'The Gainsborough Line', after the famous local artist, Thomas Gainsborough (born 1727).
Stubbins Railway Station Abandoned in 1972 after, British Rail closed the Bury to Rawtenstall line to passenger services, the remains of Stubbins Station can still be seen today.
The sorry state of Thornton for Cleveleys station in 2005
Abandoned Railway Roundhouse, Hanna, Alberta, used as a set for Nickelback’s “Photograph” Video
Disused railway station on the track between Curitiba & Paranagua, Brazil
The disused railway station in the village of Smogóry, near Sulęcin, Lubuskie, Poland.
Mayfield the ghost station of Manchester click the image to see the fantastic pics in detail
General Motors Railway Station was used by shift workers at the General Motors Holden Plant. The car plant closed in 1991, and the last train stopped there on the 26 July, 2002. The station was closed, and with it, my chance to catch a train there.