Vuongnd Travel is honored to introduce to you the following article: Destinations of devastation in New York
Although neglected for a long time, these places are attracting many photographers as well as backpacking travelers as they look desolate, mysterious and somewhat creepy.
After 40 years of being abandoned, a school in Harlem now only remains traces of the pillars, walls of full of graffiti painted and grass weeds and wild plants.
On North Brother Island Bronx district – where access to the north of New York is an ancient hospital known for infectious cases. After being abandoned half a century, this place is preserved.
Each wall with peeling plaster, collapsed on the campus of Riverside Hospital.
Letchworth Village center of New York is about an hour driving to the Rockland country, discovered in 1912 and used to be a mental hospital.
Before abandoned, Grossinger’s Catskills resort was once the favorite destination of the elite New York Jew. Eve this is also the inspiration for the film Dirty Dancing.
Farm Colony served as the residence of the poor, the homeless in Staten Island – New York from the 19th century but is now only ruins, rubble.
The tunnel called Freedom, is located in the ground and underneath Riverside Park campus. It was also home to the homeless until the 1990s.
After nearly 15 years of being abandoned, Gowanus Batcave has now been renovated to become an exhibition and photography studio of many artists.
A madhouse in Queens is abandoned and served as a refuge for many pigeons in a decade.
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(Reference articles from Business Insider)