Closed in 1956, Myrtle Ave subway station used to run on the Brooklyn-Manhattan Transit line between Manhattan Bridge and DeKalb Avenue.
The Worth St station is a decommissioned subway station along the original IRT subway line in New York City between Canal Street and Brooklyn Bridge.
The abandoned 18th Street subway station in NYC was originally on the IRT Line, sandwiched between 14th St-Union Square and 23rd Street, closed in 1948.
Abandoned for over 40 years, the Staten Island Farm Colony today is a creepy memento of its dark and troubled past. Photos from Abandoned NYC.
A round-up of abandoned NYC subway stations rendered obsolete as the system grew or ones that were never used when plans were changed.
The next time you pass by the Graybar Building at Grand Central Terminal, be sure to look up. You might see some stone rats climbing up into the building!
Our fascination with road signs will never end. Last month, we showed you French artist Clet Abraham’s street sign hacking
On August 11th, the LES Jewish Conservancy will show Marisa Scheinfeld’s Ruins of the Borscht Belt photography exhibition of abandoned resorts in the Catkills.
Advocacy group Communities for a Better Environment has been leading toxic tours into southeast Los Angeles to show the consequences of industrial waste.
In April 2013, Frank Lloyd Wright’s auto showroom on Park Avenue quietly disappeared, to be replaced by a TD Bank. It was one of 3 Wright commissions in NYC.