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The Byron Hot Springs used to be a resort where movie stars and superstar athletes visited in the early 1900′s. The SF Seals held training camp at the location and SF socialites would frequent the resort in the early century for the hot springs and golf. Early versions of the resort were destroyed in fires, but the last resort built (in 1913) was built as a four story structure out of bricks and the structure is largely intact still today.

The Ruins at Talisay City, Philippines. This mansion was built back in the early 1900's by a sugar baron. This was the largest residential structure ever built at that time. The mansion met its sad fate in World War II when the mansion was burned to prevent the Japanese forces from utilizing it as their headquarters. It took days of inferno to bring down the roof and the 2-inch wooden floors.

Interior of a stone mausoleum in Novodevichye Cemetery at Moskovskiy Prospekt. Saint Petersburg, Russia

The Majestic Hotel. A once thriving historic resort in the heart of Hot Springs Arkansas. by Walter Arnold

you can't come on down to the diner, because only memories live there now. :( I'm making myself depressed.

Abandoned Late Federal/Early Greek Revival Plantation House.

The Val-Jalbert Ghost Town in Quebec,Canada - The pulp mill closed in 1927 and with no source of income the whole town was abandoned.

The abandoned Settles Bridge in Suwanee, Gwinnett County, Georgia - built in 1896 and constructed with iron & wood, the bridge was built to replace a ferry across the Chattahoochee River operated by the Settles family. It was abandoned in the 1950's after the wood rotted & other nearby bridges were built to cross the river. photography Greg Foster

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The Majestic Hotel Hot Springs