Porsche Graveyard

Tucked away within earshot of Route 28 west of Kingston . . . silently listening to the hum of vehicles driven by slope-shushing anticipating skiers heading to Plattekill, Bellayre, and Catskills peaks beyond, this scene of dilapidation remains untouched throughout the seasons . . . save the occasional rowdy teens . . . or me. …

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Onteora Speedway

This abandoned, overgrown former racetrack located near the Ashokan Reservoir in the foothills of the Catskills, operated throughout most of the 1960s.  I used to work at a nearby establishment to the site and took these photos while biking home one day had been curious about it for awhile because the remnants of the track, …

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Moc-a-tek Speedway

Located in Northeast Pennsylvania in Lake Ariel lies the slowly fading remnants of what was a lively yet dusty slice of Americana. As a boy visiting my great-grandparent’s farm nearby, I would sit on the porch with my dad and hear the faint roar of the races rising over the hayfields on summer twilight evenings. …

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Penn Hills Resort

Along with the Catskills, the Poconos in Northeastern PA was a mecca for summer resorts…particularly honeymooners. But eventually they began to go by the wayside providing some fine locations for us all to explore!   The Penn Hills Resort is accessible. VERY accessible. In fact it’s so accessible that you could flick your gum out …

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Catskills Plane Crash

This is one of many small plane crashes littering the Catskill Mountains. I had discovered it via one of my many time-stealing hobbies, geocaching. Yes…I use billion dollar satellites to find little plastic containers in the woods….but in this case, a small plane that crashed in the 70s or 80s (there isn’t much info out there …

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Grossingers Resort

A stunning location to visit, yet was a bit “late to the scene” on this place since it is one of the most quintessential urbex/abandoned locations in upstate NY to check out since it’s so accessible (you can view the pool indoor from your car). And I won’t go too much into detail of the …

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