Alt fra klassisk litteratur til gamle utgaver av glimrende BackPacker Magazine
Digg it, fools!
‘Hashima Island is located off the coast of Japan and was once the most densely populated city on earth. Mitsubishi housed all the people there. They were mining for coal under the ocean floor. 40 years ago the island was abandoned because the use of oil was more prevalent and the island became a ghost town overnight.
The island was also called “Battleship Island” because from afar it looks like a battleship. It was actually mistakenly torpedoed by the Americans during WWII.’
Man skjønner jo litt hvorfor:
De som har fulgt denne siden en stund vet at jeg elsker forlatte byer, hus, gater og generelt forfall. Hashima Island er et ekstremt eksempel på dette.
Flere bilder her.
Bil og motor kan ofte være pinlige death machines (ja, jeg sykler!) Så lenge det ikke dreier seg om bil og motor av typen vist på siden over, da telles det heller som sublimt…
Jeezez, for en day wrecker!
Man har jo sett liknende mange ganger før, men dette var temmelig imponerende…
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Don’t mind if I do, thank you very much…