Decaying Buildings

Challenge #3 in the Nouns and Verbs series. Hosted by Bob Yanal.
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Photographs of decrepit, ruinous, crumbling, or otherwise decaying buildings, interiors or exteriors. But only buildings built no earlier than 1900. (The Roman Colosseum and Tintern Abbey, for example, do not count as decaying buildings for purposes of this challenge.)
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Tonight's Movie...
Old House on a Foggy Day - Shinnecock Bay NY
Doctor is coming...
Lyrical Entropy
crusty & tasty
Homestead
Inside out
Mistery
Gone by the next storm
Lost City
"Have 'ya Seen the Light?!"
Wanted: TLC
Factory
Stairwell at High Falls
Up
Fishermen woodsheds
What Is No More
Old house needing a little makeover
reflection
Animas Forks
A Solitary Place
sacrificed
At the Foothills
Sky Stairs
Orphanage staircase
London Flat
Rubble Crumbles
Next! Hello... anybody there?
rest place
pure decay
Please Help Me  I'm Falling
Utah Subprime
Bodie Saloon
Old Waterworks in Ithaca NY
The corner...
Milfords House
Georgia State Lunatic Asylum
Open the window, please!
Holes in the roof
Calea Mosilor
No Gas Today
Rising damp
KEEP OUT!!
romantic decay
Abandoned
Decaying spider
Cool Run down Brick Building
Boat in Window
Welcome
City of Hue after the war
The door into past
Cocoon
Little Red Shed.
Grandpa's Mill
Someone to watch over me
Accelerated Decay
Warehouse Style
Old Storehouse
Once was a farm
Emergency Shelter
The Bike
Old blue
Detroit's Train Station derailed permanently
Hydrotherapy
On the Edge
Once Brown Brothers - Now ROTS
The Blue Door
Olde Barn in Rumney NH
I need a tuneup
Second floor
window
Monteromano railway station
Flinder's fridge
Broken
Svetvincenat
Stone-blind Windows
Abandonment
Colours of Beirut
Symptoms of Neglect
Skala Sykaminias Lesvos Greece
Kiefer's buildings.
Bokor Hill Station
A room with no view
A rundown house in the Arctic
Hiroshima
I Still Stand
Very Old
No Title
Window picture
Decay in IR
Seen better days
Ruined
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