Not Many People Know This Massive Locomotive Graveyard Exists
This gigantic trainyard is filled with the rusting remains of vintage machines. These locomotives hail from a different era, and they’re decaying in a gorgeous way. Read below to learn more about this abandoned train graveyard, and then be sure to check out the footage from YouTube channel Urban Exploration – Abandoned Places.
Take a look at the fascinating footage below:
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Abandoned Train Graveyard
What are the coolest abandoned places in the U.S.?
If you enjoy urban exploration in abandoned spots, the U.S. has plenty to offer. Whether you admire them from others’ ventures or feel brave enough to head out into them on your own, there is just something both beautiful and eerie about abandoned places. Some of the coolest abandoned places in the country include the Concrete City in Pennsylvania, a 100-year-old town of sorts made of concrete that has been being reclaimed by nature for decades. There is a spooky yet super interesting abandoned amusement park in Louisiana that’s been left to rot since Hurricane Katrina.
What creepy places in the U.S. can I visit?
If you’re feeling adventurous and want to explore some of the abandoned places in the country, we have an incredible trip for you. Going through all 48 contiguous states, our Abandoned Places Around The U.S. Road Trip is a thrill and a great way to explore the country. Even if you can’t do the entire route, it is split up into parts in various regions. Drive one of the parts and explore your area of the country, finding places like abandoned mills, decrepit towns, and hauntingly empty historic jails. It’s certainly an interesting way to explore the United States.
What are the most unique graveyards in the U.S.?
An abandoned train graveyard is not the only type of unique place of final rest in the country. Trains were once the ultimate form of modern transportation, but they fell to the wayside for travel when we learned how to fly. Flight is relatively new in the grand scheme of things, but there are plenty of planes that have flown long enough they are put to rest. You can find thousands of those planes in Tucson, Arizona at the Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, also known as The Boneyard. You can tour this unusual graveyard yourself and see the many, many aircraft that were moved there and put out of commission.