This Drone Photographer Took Flight Over An Abandoned Quarry In Texas And Found A Submerged Surprise
Texas is full of unique abandoned places, as well as incredible sights that are extra special when viewed from above. When searching for places to fly a drone, one might not expect to find a Texas quarry flooded after years of closure. And yet, this drone captured some of the coolest footage of this abandoned Texas quarry, with some surprises at the end.
There are quite a few quarries in Texas that are old and forgotten, but what do you think about this fascinating find? Have you ever seen anything like this? We’d love to hear your thoughts in the comments section.
For anyone looking for some more unique drone footage in Texas, you’re in luck! While it might not be a flyover of an abandoned quarry, we do have footage that shows the capital city of Austin, Texas, in a new light. This drone video will give you a brand-new vantage point even if you’ve been to Austin multiple times. For an extra special experience that’s along the lines of abandoned architecture, how about a weekend stay in this historic bank?
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What are the creepiest abandoned places in Texas?
Keep in mind that most of Texas' abandoned structures are on private property. The creepiest abandoned places in Texas include:
- Fort Wolters Training Site, Mineral Wells
- Baker Hotel, Mineral Wells
- Swift Armor Meat Packing Plant, Fort Worth
- Cottle Hotel, Paducah
- Wurzbach House, Medina
- The Rig Theatre, Premont
- Stewart Mansion, Galveston
- Zedler's Mill, Luling
- Mosheim School, Bosque
- Douget's Rice Mill, Beaumont
- Water Wonderland, Odessa
- Dr. White's Sanitorium, Wichita Falls
- Tundra Village, San Antonio
- Superconducting Supercollider, Waxahachie
- Woodmen Circle Home, Sherman
- Contrabando, Lajitas
- Bender Hotel, Laredo