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Staten Island Boat Graveyard and it’s newest abandoned neighbor

By: Control , Posted on September 30, 2015

The Staten Island boat grave needs no introduction. What was once an obscure, unknown corner of NYC's most neglected borough gained plenty of internet fame over the last 15 years. Get the details --->

Queens Borough Hall Parking Garage

By: Control , Posted on September 17, 2015

The only reason I bothered to explore this place is because of the political comedy it represents. It also proved to be a fun place to fuck around with crazy light photos, but that's beside the point.
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Zexor’s Gas

By: Control , Posted on September 14, 2015


"OMFG lookit' deez LTV guys exploring gas stations WTF!"
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Flushing Airport, Fire Salvage, and the only NYC Fire Rig to ever be abandoned.

By: Control , Posted on September 10, 2015

When we went to flushing airport, it was just a few days after the 9/11 attack on the world trade center. Get the details --->

South Front Street Bridge, Elizabeth, NJ

By: Control , Posted on September 9, 2015

Since 2011, this Elizabeth, NJ drawbridge has been stuck in the open position - a shining example of government ineptitude out crumbling infrastructure.
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The Philip T Feeney Tugboat, Staten Island NY

By: Control , Posted on September 7, 2015

In 2003, myself and Rebel SC were out poking around the north shore of Staten Island, when we came across the abandoned Philip T Feeney tugboat. Get the details --->

LIRR Junk Train at Arch Street

By: Control , Posted on August 20, 2015

In early 2012 the LIRR stored a string of their M3 type rail cars at the 'new' Arch Street shop Get the details --->

The Express Stop That Never Was

By: Control , Posted on June 2, 2015

The tunnels of the NYC subway system are dark and full of mystery.

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The Octagon, Roosevelt Island – 2005 reconstruction

By: Control , Posted on April 30, 2015

Publish Date: 8/7/2005

We make our way around and find an entrance right by a security trailer. This security trailer... it bugs me out a bit. I can't tell if anyone is in it, but I know someone's in this building we're heading for. You can just sorta feel that sort of thing sometimes. You can almost smell it...
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The Octagon, Roosevelt Island – 2002 – Abandoned Remains

By: Control , Posted on April 24, 2015

The octagon was NYC's first mental health hospital. It was closed in the 1970s and was set on fire multiple times. The wings of the building were knocked down, leaving only 'the octagon' shaped building that was previously the main entrance.
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