There’s just something hauntingly beautiful about seeing abandoned places throughout the world. The clock might have stopped ticking, and there is no one around, but the remaining shell is still present.
Abandoned places can show others what transpires without human upkeep and what could happen to the places we frequent and love. These spots are very haunting, and there’s mysterious beauty in the neglect.
Though the following locations have weathered with time, they’re still strikingly beautiful. Continue reading to see what they look like and learn more about their backstories. You’ll feel like a voyeur, peeking back in time!
The Kennecott Mines and the town that surrounds it are often shrouded in fog, and when you go there in the fall, you’ll see the beautiful foliage. However, it’s about as creepy as the Packard Sawmill found in Twin Peaks. The town flourished until the resources were depleted in the 1950s.
Canfranc Station, Spain
While it’s past its glory days, Huesca, Spain, still has the international Canfranc train station to show its majestic appeal. It had been the most-frequented train station within Europe and was the second-largest at the time it was built in 1928. There are current plans to revive it in 2026.