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Why are abandoned buildings so creepy and cool?

I took this pic yesterday; it’s one of many old structures at the defunct military base in Hamilton Field, Novato.


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  1. Hafsa says:

    the architecture is amazing!I always wonder how people came up with the designs on older buildings such as this
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  2. Susan says:

    Where is Novato?

  3. amy says:

    That is so gorgeous. Is it really abandoned and you can go in and out as you wished? I think abandoned buildings are very evocative.
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  4. ilona says:

    If you love looking at abandoned building pics, check out this site I stumbled upon a few years ago while researching in class for architectural buildings…very cool, and creeppy, it has this mysterious vibe to it:

  5. Marisol says:

    I see you are discovering your new town. Check out the Hamilton Cafe. So yummy!
    .-= Marisol’s last blog post… Wish they could all be 4 day work weeks =-.

  6. Kelly says:

    I am totally obsessed with abandoned buildings! In fact just last weekend the hubbie and I were trying to find places (other than the Presidio) to go take photos and were at a loss. Have you heard of the Drawbridge ghost town near Fremont? They now have it blocked so people can’t get to it. Here is link:

    I REALLY want to check out an hold abandoned mental hospital or prison, sigh.

    • Karen says:

      Hi Kelly,

      Nope, I’ve never heard of that town (and I grew up near that area, too).

      I think you gotta head to the East Coast to find old stuff… there doesn’t seem to be a lot around here!

  7. Marisol says:

    If you ever want to splurge, try the flourless chocolate cake. Their hamburgers are really good too.

  8. Holly G says:

    Very cool!! I love finding old buildings with interesting details! You have inspired me to take pictures next time. 🙂

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