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Beach House

I held these photos back from my picspam yesterday, mainly because I think that particular picspam would have become just a tad too long. A few months ago I added Ghost Town to the list of abandoned places I've broken into. It's a town in Connecticut that was abandoned in the mid-90's when the bridge connecting the peninsula to the mainland burnt. The only way to get to the town is a narrow strip of land barely big enough for a road. The houses are set to be razed as the peninsula is being turned into some sort of bird sanctuary. Thankfully we managed to see the place before it all disappears. We only managed to cover a fraction of it. There's so much there but as most people discover soon after picking up a camera - you're limited by the available light and when the sun started going down it was time to leave.




Graffiti Decorations

Couldn't Take the Heat

Beach House Window

I'm George

The Attic

Aerials

No Longer

Down the Stairs

Meters

Pictures from the Past

Glycerine

Pleasure Beach

Beach House

Purest Form

Book on the Beach

Ready for a Conversation

The Mystery of the Gold Box

Fancy Chair

Upright

Red House

Long Gone

Letters

Overgrown

The Auditorium

Sunset over Pleasure Beach


The entire set can be found here

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