This beautiful old hotel sits on a cliff overlooking the shores of the Bogata River. This was once the perfect vacation spot, with views of the river and the waterfall in the distance.
However, this came to an abrupt end when the Bogata river was flooded with industrial waste and became contaminated.
Michigan Central Station in Detroit, U.S.A.
At the time when it was built between 1912 and 1913, it replaced the original depot in downtown Detroit after a fire in 1913 forced its closure. By 1988 the station was closed entirely.
Despite numerous attempts to find an investor to regenerate the building and bring it back, none have been successful. But, in 2018, Ford Motor Company acquired it in order to rework the facility.
Old Helensburgh Railway Tunnel
Built back in the 1880s, this tunnel was one of a network of seven tunnels that linked the countryside between Waterfall and Otford in Australia.
The original tunnel was left superfluous, and it was eventually closed down. They have since been subject to some vandalism, and so visitors are no longer allowed to enter the tunnels.
The Oldest British Warship
This former British warship was found in the Great Lakes. Known as the HMS Ontario, it is believed to have been sunk in 1780 with 130 men on board, all of whom died.
Amazingly, when it was found, somewhere between Niagra falls and Rochester in upstate New York, in 2008, over 200 years later it was still mostly intact.
Abandoned House of Pancho Semov
Pancho Semov was known as the Bulgarian Rockefeller thanks to his fantastic wealth. He was the proprietor of a number of properties, and he intended that his home would become a retirement home.
The mansion which was intended as a retirement home was turned into a ward for those suffering from infectious tuberculosis. At least it is still functioning with the aim of helping those in need.