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10 Amazing Object Graveyards

By Gerard @presurfer
10 Amazing Object Graveyardsimage credit
Have you ever wondered what happens to decommissioned machines and other similar facilities that people once used? Some of these objects are being recycled, and many of them are piling up on the so-called Object Graveyards and there waiting to be completely eaten by the ravages of time.
Places of natural decomposition of such objects can be unusual tourist destinations and sites to capture amazing photos.
(thanks Bosko)

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