Abandoned Amusement/Fun Parks

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I'm sort of obsessed with them.

Let's start off this this one in the village of Pripyat, Ukraine. It never even opened because of the disaster at Chernobyl.

http://i41.tinypic.com/2wbruxd.jpg

http://i42.tinypic.com/1zvhg3.jpg

ENBB, Monday, 4 May 2009 01:41 (ten years ago) Permalink

Glen Echo Park, Maryland

http://i44.tinypic.com/jttn2u.jpg

ENBB, Monday, 4 May 2009 01:43 (ten years ago) Permalink

Somewhere in S. Korea

http://i40.tinypic.com/2vwz9e8.jpg

ENBB, Monday, 4 May 2009 01:45 (ten years ago) Permalink

What remains of the Little Dipper roller coaster ride at Chippewa Lake Park in Chippewa Lake, Ohio:

http://i44.tinypic.com/51a5na.jpg

ENBB, Monday, 4 May 2009 01:51 (ten years ago) Permalink

this is awesome

zone 6 polar bear (J0rdan S.), Monday, 4 May 2009 01:52 (ten years ago) Permalink

wow, how old is the little dipper? that's some pretty solid regrowth!

juniper jazz (haitch), Monday, 4 May 2009 01:53 (ten years ago) Permalink

"Chippewa Lake Park was basically just abandoned with many of the rides still standing. The park was home to 3 roller coasters - A Wild Mouse, A steel kiddie coaster named the Little Dipper and a larger wooden coaster. The wood coaster was earlier named the Big Dipper but was referred to as just "Coaster" in the later years. The ride was built about 1924 or 1925 by Fred Pearce."

ENBB, Monday, 4 May 2009 01:55 (ten years ago) Permalink

Park closed in 1978 so regrowth since then I guess.

ENBB, Monday, 4 May 2009 01:56 (ten years ago) Permalink

i wish i had a car so i could go to chippewa lake park!

erudite e-scholar (harbl), Monday, 4 May 2009 01:57 (ten years ago) Permalink

Okpo Land in South Korea

http://i43.tinypic.com/25kgzo5.jpg

ENBB, Monday, 4 May 2009 01:58 (ten years ago) Permalink

x-post Yeah! I have this dream of driving across the country and visiting all the abandoned amusement parks and taking pics. I'll do it one day!

ENBB, Monday, 4 May 2009 01:59 (ten years ago) Permalink

i love these

erudite e-scholar (harbl), Monday, 4 May 2009 01:59 (ten years ago) Permalink

Benson's Wild Animal Park - Hudson, NH closed in 1987

http://i44.tinypic.com/2ilh5ix.jpg

ENBB, Monday, 4 May 2009 02:01 (ten years ago) Permalink

Lots of them here:

http://weburbanist.com/2009/03/13/abandoned-amusement-parks/

http://www.defunctparks.com/parks/parks.htm

Lots of them at Weird NJ too I think (at least they used to show up in the magazine a lot):

http://www.weirdnj.com/

And here are abandoned malls, while we're at it:

http://deadmalls.com/

xhuxk, Monday, 4 May 2009 02:05 (ten years ago) Permalink

Fairy Tale Forest Oak Ridge, NJ closed in 2003.

http://i41.tinypic.com/51pm2v.jpg

ENBB, Monday, 4 May 2009 02:05 (ten years ago) Permalink

x-post Yep - a lot of these are from those sites. Just thought a pic thread could be fun.

ENBB, Monday, 4 May 2009 02:06 (ten years ago) Permalink

Spreepark, Berlin

http://i40.tinypic.com/2ujr3tx.jpg

ENBB, Monday, 4 May 2009 02:09 (ten years ago) Permalink

This used to be a lake with mechanical swan boats in it when I was about 13 or 14 (so, the early-mid 80s)

http://www.flickr.com/photos/xole/345159587/

Sorry the guys's got a lock on the images so you'll have to look at his flickr.

65daysofsugban (Trayce), Monday, 4 May 2009 02:19 (ten years ago) Permalink

Awesome. I love this stuff.

ENBB, Monday, 4 May 2009 02:22 (ten years ago) Permalink

http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_cVF2LlOx6Zc/SV2DcpqpvLI/AAAAAAAAHic/vc77VVeA6M8/s1600/GL3

Geauga Lake Aurora, Ohio. Bought out by Six Flags in the mid-nineties who proceeded to totally ruin it. Closed in 2007. Oh how I loved it when I was a kid.

Mr. Snrub, Monday, 4 May 2009 02:24 (ten years ago) Permalink

Whalom Park, Lunenberg, Mass. closed in 2000 after 100+ years of operation, when its handlers went into deep deep debt. o how I loved it as a wee one, etc.

this is what it looked like in 2005 (most of the rides were demolished a year or two later):

http://img528.imageshack.us/img528/4318/whal2.jpg

http://img528.imageshack.us/img528/8020/whal1.jpg

http://img13.imageshack.us/img13/4223/whal3.jpg

voyeuristischer busch (unregistered), Monday, 4 May 2009 04:24 (ten years ago) Permalink

I was married across the lake from Chippewa Lake Park!

kate78, Monday, 4 May 2009 07:08 (ten years ago) Permalink

i knew this thread was going to be good.

Fairy Tale Forest Oak Ridge, NJ closed in 2003.

the cheap (mostly German) fairy forest parks i visited looked sort of abandoned, even when still open. there's some very melancholic about small-time amusement parks.

Ludo, Monday, 4 May 2009 09:19 (ten years ago) Permalink

Also, a bumper car ride in Pripyat, near Chernobyl:

http://cache.wists.com/thumbnails/2/18/218f91f0a9c6e2ef081f02c6e3ed4976-orig

Krapp's lesser-known First Tape (Le Bateau Ivre), Monday, 4 May 2009 09:30 (ten years ago) Permalink

The Defunct Parks website is a goldmine!

Krapp's lesser-known First Tape (Le Bateau Ivre), Monday, 4 May 2009 09:40 (ten years ago) Permalink

i always love threads like this.

MRSA Marchant (get bent), Monday, 4 May 2009 10:06 (ten years ago) Permalink

http://www.forgottenoh.com/Fantasy/ffmap.jpg

m coleman, Monday, 4 May 2009 10:48 (ten years ago) Permalink

http://www.forgottenoh.com/Fantasy/fftracks.jpg

m coleman, Monday, 4 May 2009 10:49 (ten years ago) Permalink

here's the former petting zoo

http://www.forgottenoh.com/Fantasy/ffbarnroof.jpg

m coleman, Monday, 4 May 2009 10:50 (ten years ago) Permalink

"tom sawyer's cabin" ride

http://www.forgottenoh.com/Fantasy/fftunnelentry.jpg

m coleman, Monday, 4 May 2009 10:53 (ten years ago) Permalink

this was the 1st amusement park I ever visited. RIP

m coleman, Monday, 4 May 2009 10:53 (ten years ago) Permalink

i am having trouble finding the right superlative for that "all day family fun" poster. it is a joy.

MRSA Marchant (get bent), Monday, 4 May 2009 13:08 (ten years ago) Permalink

DISNEY-TYPE PLAYGROUND

snoball, Monday, 4 May 2009 13:22 (ten years ago) Permalink

i wanna go to the three bears' house

MRSA Marchant (get bent), Monday, 4 May 2009 13:24 (ten years ago) Permalink

This thread is like the definition of the word "poignant."

Geauga Lake Aurora, Ohio. Bought out by Six Flags in the mid-nineties who proceeded to totally ruin it. Closed in 2007. Oh how I loved it when I was a kid.

Yeah, and it was great how they announced the closing right after the end of the season, so if you didn't happen to go that year, tough crap for you. Blargh. In high school I think I once rode the Big Dipper like 12 times in a row.

naturally unfunny, though mechanically sound (Pancakes Hackman), Monday, 4 May 2009 13:37 (ten years ago) Permalink

Heritage USA which was apparantly built by Jim Bakker as a Christian themed park. It closed in 1989.

http://i40.tinypic.com/ncghvn.jpg

ENBB, Monday, 4 May 2009 13:53 (ten years ago) Permalink

I went to the Alice Cooper Haunted House for halloween one year at Geauga Lake. I rode my first and only rollercoaster there.

bela fregosi (brownie), Monday, 4 May 2009 13:53 (ten years ago) Permalink

Monorail from Santa's Village in Skyforest, CA.

http://i43.tinypic.com/ohoeht.jpg

ENBB, Monday, 4 May 2009 13:59 (ten years ago) Permalink

Also from Santa's Village:

http://i43.tinypic.com/2cgexco.jpg

ENBB, Monday, 4 May 2009 14:00 (ten years ago) Permalink

This thread is beautiful and very creepy and almost unbearably poignant all at once.

Enormous Epic (Matt DC), Monday, 4 May 2009 14:09 (ten years ago) Permalink

U_U

Batsman (Jimmy The Mod Awaits The Return Of His Beloved), Monday, 4 May 2009 14:13 (ten years ago) Permalink

I went to the Santa's Village outside of Chicago all the time when I was growing up!

homage is parody gone sour (jon /via/ chi 2.0), Monday, 4 May 2009 14:26 (ten years ago) Permalink

Apparently Santa's Villages were the first franchised theme parks in the US.

ENBB, Monday, 4 May 2009 14:27 (ten years ago) Permalink

I think that my interest in this sort of thing started when I went to Asbury Park for the first time.

http://i44.tinypic.com/nn9obl.jpg

ENBB, Monday, 4 May 2009 14:28 (ten years ago) Permalink

Also from the Asbury Park, NJ boardwalk:

http://i42.tinypic.com/2nasdaq.jpg

ENBB, Monday, 4 May 2009 14:30 (ten years ago) Permalink

One in Japan called Utopia

http://i42.tinypic.com/2vulxlv.jpg

ENBB, Monday, 4 May 2009 21:48 (ten years ago) Permalink

This combines two of my favorite things, abandoned spaces and 70s style honeymoon hotels which I guess could be considered fun parks of a sort.

http://galleries.gothamistllc.com/asset/52c1f9e107fa4e681b780e4f/mobile/PennHills-11.jpg
http://33.media.tumblr.com/8efea57695e4ca9c868ac4bed5507de0/tumblr_n6czdtsjG71rcq8imo1_500.jpg

more abandoned love here

Airwrecka Bliptrap Blapmantis (ENBB), Monday, 30 June 2014 12:58 (four years ago) Permalink

I love it! That particular bathtub makes me want to barf so hard though. Tile squicks me out. I love those cabins though.

Reminds me of this resort:

http://gothamist.com/2014/05/21/kutshers_photos.php#photo-1

how's life, Monday, 30 June 2014 13:48 (four years ago) Permalink

These cabins:

http://galleries.gothamistllc.com/asset/52c1f9e107fa4e681b780e4f/mobile/PennHills-25.jpg

Would totally shack up there.

how's life, Monday, 30 June 2014 13:51 (four years ago) Permalink

ENBB -- my friends and I are going to explore P3nn H1lls this Saturday!!!!

aaliyah papi (Stevie D(eux)), Monday, 30 June 2014 21:08 (four years ago) Permalink

OMG JEALOUS

Airwrecka Bliptrap Blapmantis (ENBB), Tuesday, 1 July 2014 01:19 (four years ago) Permalink

Mirrored ceiling? Yes!

how's life, Sunday, 6 July 2014 16:35 (four years ago) Permalink

Did the bed rotate? Tell me that the bed rotated, Matt Helm style.
I don't get the big room full of furniture. Was it so worthless that the owners didn't even bother having a clearance sale?

Welcome to the dessert of the real (snoball), Sunday, 6 July 2014 17:11 (four years ago) Permalink

Dude, shit was just ABANDONED, incl like hundreds and hundreds of receipts and applications w/ CC#'s and SSN's and the like...

and no bed did not rotate :(

DERE is no DERE DERE (Stevie D(eux)), Sunday, 6 July 2014 17:29 (four years ago) Permalink

Ironically, a heart is just about the worst tub shape for a couple that likes to bathe together - the point between the two lobes gets in the way if you each lean against one side, and your legs and feet get squashed at the other end. (facing the opposite direction works even worse). You usually wind up cuddling on one side of the heart, which just wastes a ton of water on the other side. A simple rectangle or oval is much more comfortable.

I'm intrigued at that player piano though - i've never seen one with a mechanism so small it fits into a spinet. Usually player pianos are very tall with the roll stretched out vertically in the center.

http://galleries.gothamistllc.com/asset/52c1f9e107fa4e681b780e4f/mobile/PenHils-21.jpg

Lee626, Sunday, 6 July 2014 21:21 (four years ago) Permalink

This thread is the best

dem bow dem bow need calcium (seandalai), Monday, 7 July 2014 01:02 (four years ago) Permalink

Ironically, a heart is just about the worst tub shape for a couple that likes to bathe together - the point between the two lobes gets in the way if you each lean against one side, and your legs and feet get squashed at the other end. (facing the opposite direction works even worse). You usually wind up cuddling on one side of the heart, which just wastes a ton of water on the other side. A simple rectangle or oval is much more comfortable.

TBH, I am a little concerned about your level of familiarity with the heart-shaped tub.

Airwrecka Bliptrap Blapmantis (ENBB), Monday, 7 July 2014 01:02 (four years ago) Permalink

x-post :D

Airwrecka Bliptrap Blapmantis (ENBB), Monday, 7 July 2014 01:02 (four years ago) Permalink

I've only once stayed at a hotel with a heart-shaped tub, when we were somewhere in New England for a few days and the only room they had available was the honeymoon suite, with a big red heart-shaped Jacuzzi right in the bedroom. But i've tried out a few others in bathroom-renovation showrooms and never liked them. And if you think they look tacky in a '70s motel, imagine how they'd look in your home.

Lee626, Monday, 7 July 2014 02:02 (four years ago) Permalink

one month passes...

I have to go to this thing!

http://roadtrippers.kinja.com/americas-creepiest-abandoned-amusement-park-to-open-fo-1448819785/

DonkeyTeeth, Tuesday, 26 August 2014 03:51 (four years ago) Permalink

OH MAN

Benson and the Jets (ENBB), Wednesday, 27 August 2014 12:25 (four years ago) Permalink

I found out recently that the PRC government spent $100 million to build a China theme park in Florida that closed in 2003:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Splendid_China_(Florida)

http://i.imgur.com/FeV0KUG.jpg

, Wednesday, 27 August 2014 12:33 (four years ago) Permalink

I have read about this. Heading to Florida tonight. I wonder where it is . . . hmmmmmm.

Benson and the Jets (ENBB), Wednesday, 27 August 2014 12:42 (four years ago) Permalink

They've demolished / are in the process of demolishing it apparently

, Wednesday, 27 August 2014 12:43 (four years ago) Permalink

Terrible. Also: some amazing details in that article.

Mit Bilder und Video: http://www.bz-berlin.de/berlin/treptow-koepenick/feuer-wuetete-im-spreepark-es-war-brandstiftung

Doctor Casino, Monday, 15 September 2014 01:52 (four years ago) Permalink

omg!!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_PJtiVxG6Ig

EMA Sumac (Stevie D(eux)), Tuesday, 23 September 2014 17:49 (four years ago) Permalink

Also on this thread, but I think there's a fair amount of crossover between them: Desolation Photography Thread (aka Ruins Porn)

emil.y, Tuesday, 23 September 2014 17:52 (four years ago) Permalink

two months pass...

I suppose kayak slalom courses, baseball parks, and beach volleyball venues constitute fun parks, certainly there was plenty of fun here for participants and spectators of the 2004 Athens Olympics, but ten years later the facilities built for them lay in ruin. It seems canoeing or baseball don't draw thousands of paying spectators in Greece.

http://cdn2.wi.gcs.trstatic.net/y0vXY7s8VDjjyQpkHbBpRWTVGm-vpvi3JrB0m0-DYR5jyJepF6MccgolPwCm6qG7b8FNiAZlKS7ihHlhMYNftw

http://www.businessinsider.com/abandoned-athens-olympics-venues-2014-8

Lee626, Friday, 19 December 2014 14:26 (four years ago) Permalink

four months pass...

Just felt a chill when I realized that the roller coaster I almost fell off of as a child looks like this

http://www.gannett-cdn.com/-mm-/68e7193ca64a6b7f75a4b98d38bf1136d6aab7ba/c=0-0-1024-768&r=x513&c=680x510/local/-/media/WKYC/WKYC/2014/05/15//1400164857012-8466065735-1679dcdcb5-b.jpg

and my favorite childhood mall looks like this

http://media2.newsnet5.com/photo/2015/02/09/mall5_1423518321994_13202276_ver1.0_640_480.jpg

what's next, a tree growing straight through the center of my parents' house? full rat infestation of my elementary school? i didn't know where else to put this so i put it here.

Florianne Fracke (La Lechera), Thursday, 30 April 2015 13:39 (four years ago) Permalink

I can see why you felt a chill.

My poor grandmother, I remember one Christmas taking her shopping. She said, let's head for the mall up on Austin Peay. We pull into the surprisingly empty parking lot and the mall looked pretty much like this:

http://i.imgur.com/GyOTa48.jpg

Oh, she said. I guess I hadn't seen that in the paper.

pplains, Thursday, 30 April 2015 13:53 (four years ago) Permalink

i still haven't gotten a satisfying answer to why someone doesn't just raze these places and use the land for something else. why are these structures still there? i've heard "tax shelter" as an excuse/reason but I don't have any details about the financial benefits that provides. Esp compared with the blight of a large structure whose innards are covered in SNOW. when i was in hs kids used to hang out at the abandoned factories around town (RIP rust belt) but i doubt they're hanging out in the snow mall.

Florianne Fracke (La Lechera), Thursday, 30 April 2015 14:03 (four years ago) Permalink

idk, my assumption would be it costs less to just leave it decay than it does to try to demolish and redevelop? but who knows rly

gybe horses (Stevie D(eux)), Thursday, 30 April 2015 14:28 (four years ago) Permalink

I'm not a real estate head at all, but a few open-ended guesses:

For amusement parks, there is a history of redeveloping them, discussed a bit by Judith Adams in her history of the genre. The first-generation fun parks (Progressive era, Coney Island era) were often very attractive redevelopment opportunities in the postwar era. Since they'd been built by trolley companies (to draw people onto the lines on the weekends) they were almost by definition well-located for developing commuter suburbs: within the sphere of the city, but out at the edge (the end of the line, that is). Whether there was good or bad automobile infrastructure was probably a factor. Meanwhile they'd become totally unprofitable as parks (competing with TV, the movies, other diversions) and were, in any case, pretty easy to demolish. Some of them included a lot of "park-like" land (attractive for subdivision settings), as well, since, Coney aside, the typical pre-Disney amusement park was as much about wholesome picnics and concerts at the bandshell as anything else. More recent (post-Disneyland) parks, I don't know about... the only ones I've thought much about are still going concerns. Why something similar couldn't happen at Geauga Lake, I don't know. Looking at the site from space, it doesn't seem like there's just tons of development pressure in the area - there's still active farmland, for example. So maybe if you're a developer it just seems easier to look elsewhere.

Malls might be a little more complicated. Again, just speculating, but if you're looking to build anything other than a mall (which has already proven to be a failure on the very spot), mall sites might really be an albatross. They're enormous and covered with asphalt and concrete, which you'll have to rip out unless you're going with something very similar to a mall. The mall building itself is going to be expensive to demolish. They're zoned for a certain density of commercial, which again has failed, so you have to think about some other use. They're typically located at the intersections of big roads (let's say six lanes-ish) or even completely surrounded by them, and are probably near lots of other parking-lot commercial retail, in general not super attractive for residential subdivision, not to mention the possible difficulties of platting them out and laying infrastructure. They are not near transit, which is unfortunate since otherwise they could be prime opportunities for some kind of transit-oriented mixed-use scheme (assuming you could get it rezoned). My best guess would be "office park" but maybe that's not remunerative enough to justify dealing with any of this. If you're the owner, you're probably undercapitalized since you are someone who owns dead malls, so doing any of this out of pocket is impossible and getting it financed might be tricky since the bank/investors might basically think "why don't we put our money in some other guy who has land not burdened with all these added costs?"

Doctor Casino, Thursday, 30 April 2015 15:31 (four years ago) Permalink

Different things would apply in the case of the rare downtown mall obviously. Columbus OH tore theirs down just a few years back (having built it in the 80s to compete with the suburban malls). Not as unattractive of a parcel of land, but also the downtown is already kind of saturated with office space and is only in its first years of becoming attractive to yuppies and building new housing and so on. The city bought it back in the 2000s after basically threatening to evict the current management/ownership on the grounds that they were incompetent to the point of negligence (by this point it was a definitively dead mall). They kept the well-used parking garage and tore down the mall to make a "commons," which at the time appeared to be basically a holding action: develop it in a low-impact way, leaving it open for the machinations of the next smooth talker to sail into town with a strawboater and a song.

Kind of amazingly, some (admittedly undistinguished) new buildings have gone up on the flanking, street-side parcels, though they don't use their park frontage as effectively as they might. They suggest that the property might in fact remain a viable "central park" as downtown continues to yuppify and fill in its many, many parking lots and missing teeth. (There are bigger, arguably better parks not far away, but the density goes way down and the parking lot quantity goes way up thataway). Who knows, in twenty years the mall dying might prove to be the best thing to ever happen to the city.

Doctor Casino, Thursday, 30 April 2015 15:47 (four years ago) Permalink

I was at the light this morning looking at this very worn-out Pizza Hut, wondering how they stay in business.

http://i.imgur.com/vXFLma1.png

And like the Waffle House next door that got turned into a Chinese restaurant, Pizza Huts are notorious for being transformed into other places of business. In 2035, will we be driving past "the old Chipotle that's now an insurance office" or saying "You can tell that it was a Chik-fil-A, the waiting room is where the playground used to be."

pplains, Thursday, 30 April 2015 15:56 (four years ago) Permalink

http://notfoolinganybody.com/?indexPost=1058 glad to see this site is still going (I think)?

Doctor Casino, Thursday, 30 April 2015 16:00 (four years ago) Permalink

We have a KFC turned into an independent Mexican sit-down restaurant up the street. It looks a ton better, but was probably the worst Mexican food I've ever eaten.

how's life, Thursday, 30 April 2015 16:40 (four years ago) Permalink

it's going to take me a while to digest all that but in the meantime if you're into malls you gotta know about this guy! http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edward_J._DeBartolo,_Sr.

Florianne Fracke (La Lechera), Thursday, 30 April 2015 17:23 (four years ago) Permalink

I think the best idea for redeveloping a mall would be a school. You've got rooms, wiring, parking, food prep areas, communal areas. Why not turn it into a small college? Oh right because no one wants to build a college ;_;
The one where I work is a Frankenstein's monster of a building, part of which used to be a movie studio. We have large meetings there now.

Florianne Fracke (La Lechera), Friday, 1 May 2015 13:59 (four years ago) Permalink

two months pass...
five months pass...
one month passes...

Jean Renaudie/Studio Montrouge at the top - he did a lot of stuff in that vein, in some very industrial/Red neighborhoods; I've poked around the ones in Ivry-sur-Seine, pictured above, and Saint-Denis. Some apects strike me as very livable and fabulous, others very bleak and challenging, and others just kinda "there." The Cité des Etoiles, outside Lyon in a much greener setting, looks spectacular. Renaudie was IIRC an unreformed old commie and really 100% believed in what he was doing as a project for a better and more humane life for the working class. There was a monograph a few years ago which I remember enjoying even if I don't think it 100% clarified the payoff of all those triangular layouts beyond maximizing light/views/connection to the terraces. Wonder how the hell you occupy/furnish some of those spaces.

Having a very hard time seeing "modernist" next to Ricardo Bofill's 1980s work (the other two). They are almost textbook post-modernist, with the in-your-face classical allusions and general interest in playing with semiotic meaning (or telling "jokes") not to mention the framing of legible exterior space (courtyards) rather than objects sitting in a field. Some of the latter part certainly overlaps with late modernism but lumping them together with Émile Aillaud's towers in Nanterre (which are of similar date but a totally different 'generation' design-wise), as this article does, is a bit annoying. /architecturalhistorian

shandemonium padawan (Doctor Casino), Wednesday, 17 February 2016 17:06 (three years ago) Permalink

nine months pass...
two years pass...

!!!!

Uptown VONC (Le Bateau Ivre), Tuesday, 12 March 2019 13:43 (two months ago) Permalink

amazing that these clone-stamped mcmansioncastles somehow failed to set the turkish housing market alight

kiss me dadly (bizarro gazzara), Tuesday, 12 March 2019 13:49 (two months ago) Permalink

The proportions are so strange.

Stoop Crone (Trayce), Wednesday, 13 March 2019 03:36 (two months ago) Permalink

Reminds me of those Chinese imitation euro towns no one would actually live in.

Stoop Crone (Trayce), Wednesday, 13 March 2019 03:40 (two months ago) Permalink


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