People use different sorts of transport modes to get from one place to another. It might be public or private, still, a vehicle is used. The transportation industry, just like all the other industries in the world develops and gets updated. When new vehicles come into the market, the old ones are removed.

The old vehicles might be resold or sold to acquire parts or be demolished. But sometimes people just abandon vehicles, but it is rare since vehicles cost a decent amount of money even if they are old. Even if they are abandoned, they are usually placed in garages or parking lots or else somewhere you would imagine a vehicle being placed. But in this article, we bring to you some photos of unusual places where vehicles were abandoned. Scroll down to read more about this.These places that you will see below are places that there are no people around. The entire place has been abandoned and it is being consumed by Nature, reclaiming back what was originally was her’s. The strange thing about some photos is that some are in very weird locations that leave a question on why did the owners abandon their property in the way it is.



There are different theories about these places by different people on the internet. But these places make themselves pretty good destinations for explorers who love to travel and explore hidden things.




#6. Left Vashon Island, Washington.




If you know more about these places or similar places like these, please share them with us in the comments section below.





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Louise Hunter
Louise Hunter
2 years ago

Very cool, it would be nice if the location of these places were put up or under the photos.

Teresa Helms
Teresa Helms
1 year ago

Love ? the pictures of all the abandoned places and things. Have always wondered what would make someone just walk away and leave their belongings and other things.

1 year ago

#7 ???
An 18th-century sailing vessel stranded atop a rock. I don’t think so; the rigging— shrouds, stays, footropes, braces, topping lifts—all intact? No. Even if the vessel is a modern reproduction, if it has been there longer than two years, damage would have occurred. I suspect Photoshop. Excellent job, though.