Jerome Mansion on East 27th Street ... demolished ... where the Manhattan cocktail was invented at a banquet hosted by Jenny Jerome, Winston Church� | Pinterest
Clumber Park The east corridor of the saloon at Clumber Park. The house was demolished in 1938
Mansion of Brusnitsins - abandon mansion - an architectural monument in the style of eclecticism located in Saint Petersburg. The mansion was built in 1884 for Russian merchants - Brusnitsyns brothers.
Kowloon Walled City in Hong Kong was demolished in the 90s, but there are still many people living in pretty horrible conditions today.
The Winter Gardens is in Morecambe, Lancashire. It was originally built as the Victoria Pavilion Theatre in 1897 and was an extension to the Winter Gardens complex, which has since been demolished.
Brampton Park, Brampton, Huntingdonshire, was demolished in 1907 due to a fire.
The duck-themed rollercoaster killed a child in the late 1990s and another in 1999. Nobody of the park's leaders have apologized or said anything. The park was left in ruin in 1999 and demolished in the Fall of 2011.
Beautiful entry of the Osterley Mansion, (which was used in the movie "The Dark Knight Rises".)
Black Hawk, Colorado...my great-grandparents original home in Black Hawk was demolished to build casinos.
Had this created for my son's Angry Birds birthday party! It was interactive. The structure was demolished and edible-so
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The abandoned Salem Mansion (by *V-Light), in the center of Thessaloniki, Greece, was built in 1878.
Bicycle wheel, Marcel Duchamp. The original from 1913 was lost, and Duchamp recreated the sculpture in 1951, 1964
The Ruins at Talisay City, Philippines. This mansion was built back in the early 1900's by a sugar baron.
The crown jewel of the original Detroit Public Library was the extravagant Reading Room: a show-stopping, five-story, skylight-topped sanctuary. The room was bedecked with iron columns and ornate walkways, which librarians traversed to retrieve books for patrons. When the library opened in 1877, it was one of the most magnificent spaces Detroiters had ever seen. In the post-Victorian age, it was deemed too old-fashioned, and was demolished in 1931. (Photo via The Detroit Public Library)
This was a decaying Victorian home in Manton, Michigan. It has since been demolished and is now an empty lot.
Summerwind Mansion, formerly known as Lamont Mansion, is a ruined mansion on the shores of West Bay Lake in Vilas County, Wisconsin. It is reputed to be one of the most haunted locations in Wisconsin. As a result of abandonment, the elements, and fire, little of the mansion currently remains standing. For a while it was popular with paranormal tourists. Summerwind's ruins are located on private land and are closed to the public. The mansion was
McKinley Dome. President William McKinley was shot under this dome in 1901, at the Pan American Exposition in Buffalo, NY. The dome was originally installed at the Temple of Music, a spectacular concert hall built for the Expostion and sadly demolished following the event. Ironically the saved dome has now been abandoned.
Rossend Castle, Burntisland, Scotland, built in 1119. Mary Queen of Scots and the armies of Oliver Cromwell were here. The castle was nearly demolished but was saved and restored by an architects firm in 1975 who still own it and use it as offices today.