Everyone loves eerie abandoned items, from run-down train stations to dilapidated buildings that are as beautiful as they are creepy. There’s something extra unsettling about this greenhouse: all the glass has been cleared from the windows, and nature has run its course. It’s quite amazing to see how quickly these plants and trees have taken over.
Seriously, we can’t help but wonder what happened here that compelled someone to leave an otherwise decent-condition greenhouse in the middle of nowhere. This almost looks like a scene straight out of a Hayao Miyazaki movie, which now reminds me of the animated fantasy movie “Totoro” set in the Japanese countryside.
Regular homes are great and all—but in comparison, treehouses will always come out on top. We may not reside in treehouses full-time, but when we do, we have a whale of a time. This secluded treehouse looks so peaceful, we can't help but think of our memories from childhood when "room service" was your mom bringing you some cookies.
We might not be able to go back in time, but at the very least, this could inspire you to step outside in your own backyard and begin building your own treehouse. Otherwise, you can go for rustic nostalgia or rent a high-up home with ridiculous levels of amenities and style.
If you aren't familiar with the term "car find," it's basically when someone discovers a car that's been abandoned and now still stands hidden away in some secluded area of the woods. The bright red vehicle was forgotten until some lucky fellow staggers upon it like some rare historical relic.
Unfortunately, it doesn't look like this one was left abandoned by accident, but rather that it crashed and could not carry on. Whoever left it here must have reasoned that it's better to leave it for now than struggle to get it back and then pay an arm and a leg to have it repaired.
What's cooler than an abandoned train that you found in a forest? One that's covered in colorful graffiti, like this one found in New Hope Park in Pennsylvania. As gloomy as it can be, there's something so captivating about an old, abandoned train. Turns out the first train built for these tracks was first run in 1891.
The station went bankrupt for a few years but has since revamped its line and reinvested in more trains. Today, the railroad operates both steam and diesel-powered locomotives. With so much history on these abandoned trains, they could possibly be haunted, which is another reason why we find them endlessly fascinating.
Wandering through the forest during spring is bound to conjure up images of fawns sleeping near crystal-clear waters in a lush valley while butterflies rest and a harpist plays a few songs in the background. But in real life, that barely happens, which is what makes this discovery so incredible.
Even if you're a seasoned hiker and spend your weekends exploring the woods nearby, you'll still know how precious it is to find a sleeping fawn. Mothers usually leave them in a safe place while they look for food and come back a little later, so if you find one, don't disturb it; the mother should return shortly.