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Die Natur ist unerbittlich und unveränderlich,und es ist ihr gleichgültig,ob die verborgenen Gründe und Arten ihres Handelns dem Menschen verständlich sind oder nicht.  (Galilei)  (Nature is relentless and unchangeable,and it is indifferent as to wheth

Der Tsunami im Jahre 2004 hat in diesem Zug eintausendzweihundertundsechzig Menschen getötet. The tsunami in 2004 killed one thousand twohundred and sixty poeple in this train.

The Abandoned Orient Express Train In Belgium  "First built in 1883, it was synonymous with luxurious travel and adventures to foreign lands, and it was the peak of opulent, stylish travel." Photos: Precious Decay

Grand Orient Express stands dormant in Belgium, untouched from its last trip in December of The train that defined luxury back in 1883 when it was launched by the Compagnie Internationale des Wagons-Lits (CIWL).

school for girls in the UK, other caption read it was a abandoned castle...could be both i guess

remnants of a school for girls. Imagine walking down this hall in this light every morning on your way to the kitchen. This would go in the same house as the white bedroom w/ the bed facing that beautiful half moon window and all the windows on the right

Old Abandoned Motel in Tennga, Georgia

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Outbuilding; Severalls Asylum, Colchester, England. Built in 1910 and opened in 1913. At its peak the Asylum could house 2000 patients making it one of the largest in the country.  It closed in 1997.

Built in 1910 and opened in At its peak the Asylum could house 2000 patients making it one of the largest in the country. It closed in

Grand Central’s abandoned Track 61 - When President Franklin Delano Roosevelt was in office, he utilized a secret train line that connected Grand Central to the Waldorf-Astoria. The area even has a huge freight elevator that was used to fit his limousine allowing FDR to travel to and from New York City in secrecy during World War II. This was the train he used which still sits on Track 61.

Grand Central’s abandoned Track 61 When President Franklin Delano Roosevelt was in office, he utilized a secret train line that connected Grand Central to the Waldorf-Astoria. The area even has a huge freight elevator that was used to fit his limousine al

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