The United Artists Theatre was designed by Charles Howard Crane and opened in 1928. The interior of the theater was sumptuously decorated in Spanish Gothic style, with intricate ornamentation, a large chandelier, a grand staircase and a two-story circular lobby.
Photographer Ryan Southen witnessed the rapid interior decay of Michigan Central Station over the last few years, as the building awaits its fate. Ironically, much of the decay is due to the public fascination with the place.
The abandoned Philadelphia's Lorraine Hotel has rich history that covers racial integration, religious cults and the hand of real estate developers.
Get a new vantage point on Paris and check out some amazing string art.
France loses Franà§ois Pinault's 2500 piece art collection to Venice. Here's the Renault factory and park that would have housed it.
An obsession with street furniture becomes a calendar, featuring discarded couches--check out Ms. January, August and September here!
The original interior featured a six-floor lobby, a tri-level auditorium in homage to an Arabian tent, a massive elephant head, and was ornamented in “black marble, red leather, aluminum gilt, and 300,000 crystal jewels.”
Six Flags New Orleans has been abandoned since Katrina flooded the facilities in 2005. In November 2010, a YouTube "tour" of the site came out, showing an eerily vacant yet somehow still intact amusement park. Untapped correspondent Guy D. Choate documented his visit to the park.