34 Eerie Photos That Show How The World Will Be If Humans Didn’t Exist

If humankind keep on exploiting natural resources at this rate then a ecological nightmare is inevitable. Reports suggests that by 2050 there will be no fish left in the sea, and by that time we may also lose low-lying island nations in Oceania. A Planet of the Apes or Book of Eli style human eradication could be on the cards unless we all pull our fingers out. But what would such a world look like? Well, these 34 haunting photos of abandoned places give a brilliant impression of the world after humans…

1. A bathroom inside the largest industrial Rayon plant in the State, nature has reclaimed the plant since its closure

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2. Spanish-Gothic style interior of the United Artists Theatre in Detroit is unused and decaying

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3. Town of Namie, once home to 20,000 people, lies inside the no-go zone created by the Fukushima disaster. Street lights are left on to maintain hope that residents will be allowed to return one day

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4. The chemistry lab in an abandoned university in Belgium

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5. Cointe Observatory in Belgium abandoned after being rendered obsolete due to scientific advances

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6. A grave-yard of vintage streetcars in Pennsylvania

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7. Since it was abandoned in 1982, this pool at The University of Rochester is now a dumping ground for chairs and tables

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8. Abandoned greenhouse in Ohio

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9. Abandoned hotel looks like the setting of a horror movie, maybe they filmed this brutal Annabelle prank here

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10. An abandoned elementary school in Pennsylvania is still eerily ready for an assembly

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11. Disused home on North Brother Island in New York. The island was used as a dumping ground for people with smallpox and typhoid

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12. Neglected church in Detroit lays in disrepair

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13. Power plant in Budapest has been abandoned since the fall of the USSR

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14. Once upon a time this was a hotel for wealthy-skiers and now its thawed and battered by harsh winters

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15. The only inhabitants at this New York resort are weeds

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16. The ‘Funhouse’ now looks ironically sad, nothing is scarier then abandoned amusement parks

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17. Nuclear plant in Spain was abandoned after a series of attacks on the plant in the 70s, several workers and fighters were killed

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18. A squatters paradise in Sydney

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19. Bilingham House has been abandoned since 1995, a legal battle prevents the decaying wreck from being demolished

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20. A thick layer of dust covers the once regal Metropolitan Opera House in Philadelphia

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21. The decrepit Arbed Steel Works in Luxembourg bathe in sunlight

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22.Even the books were left behind when this Detroit library was abandoned

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23. Eerie scenes as beer-bottles remain as they were the night before The Salon in Bodie was abandoned

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24. A forgotten warehouse in Detroit

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25. Scroungers have ransacked the lock boxes in this abandoned safe at the National Bank of Detroit

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26. Ivy consumes this creepy-loooking house in Kentucky

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27. Gunkanjima is an abandoned island off the Japanese coast. Once a bustling town full of coal-workers, it has been abandoned since the industry took a turn for the worse

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28. A Cuban prison once built to house criminals during the height of communist rule

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29. Unused freight station in Duisburg, Germany, was the scene of the 2010 Love Parade, where 21 people died to due to extreme overcrowding

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30. An abandoned motel in Texas is getting overrun by weeds, never ever explore an abandoned hotel, what this guy found was messed up

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31. Murray’s Pub in Pennsylvania is a shadow of its former self

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32. A school gym in Detroit with a warped floor as a result of heavy water damage

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33.  Abkhazia is an area of land carved out during the war between Russia and Georgia in 1992. A bloody conflict eventually drove everyone out of the town, leaving areas like this railway station completely abandoned

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34. A US air base in Illinois is now a rotting mess

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It’s a real shame that places like this lie abandoned and unused nowadays. Unless our current over-reliance on unsustainable natural resources is reduced, then there is a good chance that more and more towns and buildings will suffer the same eerie fate at this lot.

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