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The 5 Rules You Need to Know Before Urbexing

College Tourist | Posted 02.09.2017 | Travel
College Tourist

By College Tourist - Author Veronica White of University of East Anglia. Some people call it Urban Exploration, we call it Urbex. The police may sa...

This Dog Has Explored More Abandoned Places Than You

The Huffington Post | Samantha Guff | Posted 01.08.2016 | Weird News

This adventurous pup is a world traveler with an impressive modeling portfolio - and isn't afraid of exploring parts unknown. Claire is a three-year-o...

15 Haunting Photos From Inside The Chernobyl Exclusion Zone

DL Cade | Posted 05.31.2016 | Arts
DL Cade

Urbex and photographer Iain Bolton offer us a haunting glimpse into the town of Pripyat, the nuclear city established in February of 1970 to support a nearby power plant you might have heard of... It was called Chernobyl.

Trespass - Exploring Centralia, PA

Michael Hill | Posted 02.02.2015 | Arts
Michael Hill

When I found out I would be taking a trip up to Pennsylvania to shoot a few locations, one of them that immediately popped into my mind was Centralia (not spelled Centrailia, the sign above is misspelled for some reason). For those who don't know of this place, Centralia is a borough in Columbia County, PA. which in 1962 had a population of around 1,100 and as of now has only 10 residents who refuse to leave. It has been stripped of a zip code, mail does not run, buildings and homes have been demolished and roads now lead off to nowhere. There are no stores, no schools... nothing. It is a ghost town with a few exceptions.

Exploring the Magnificent Railway Boneyard Near Uyuni, Bolivia

Tom Moran | Posted 06.24.2014 | Travel
Tom Moran

In his book Ghost Train through the Andes, author Michael Jacobs tells of how Bolivia's then-president, Aniceto Arce, saw a modern transport network as the key to his country's prosperity, transforming Bolivia into a 'land of the future'.

Photographer Reveals The Creepy Past Of An Abandoned Home

The Huffington Post | Shana Ecker | Posted 08.27.2013 | HuffPost Home

When we come across photos of forgotten homes, they usually leave us totally stunned and full of questions. And we're clearly not the only ones who fi...