Just off Route 9 in Yonkers, a half-hour drive north of New York City, the Boyce Thompson Institute is an abandoned agricultural institute where the plants have gone wild. The institute was founded by mining magnate Boyce Thompson and opened its doors in
Abandoned Hams Hall Power Station Control Room. These were coal-fired power stations, situated in Warwickshire in the West Midlands, England. Hams Hall at one time was one of the largest power stations in Europe. Following privatisation in 1990, the station was operated by Powergen. The C station closed in 1992 and its two chimneys and three cooling towers were demolished on 15 December 1993 under darkness. Photo: derelicplaces.co.uk
"Abandoned Railroad Control Tower" -- [Alford, Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania. A railroad control tower built in 1917 and abandoned in 1937. Trains were switched from inside this concrete building.]~[Photograph by exakta - October 24 2006]'h4d-13.2013'
The reactor core at the Hartsville Nuclear Power Plant in Hartsville, Tennessee. It was commissioned by the Tennessee Valley Authority in the early 1970s to help satisfy the growing energy needs of the region. Construction ceased when the plant’s proposed electrical distribution area did not increase as rapidly as forecast. Its last reactors were canceled in 1984. Eric Holubow