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11 thoughts on “Silent Sunday – 12 May 2013”
What an odd thing, I have just been reading your explanation. I wonder if they are trying to sell it?
Seems strange that the grass is clipped, but the buildings look so shabby.
I’d love to know the story behind it, but there must be some reason for it.
Looks very eerie!!
It looks like it had a homeliness to it but like its got a spookiness about it now.
At one time the whole park would have been busy with people, but it’s so deserted and empty now. It is spooky now, that’s for sure.
That really does look quite eerie – there is something spooky about empty buildings, I’ve had to survey a few in my time and you always feel like there’s someone watching you! Really interesting photo.
I wouldn’t like to be there alone at night, that’s for sure..
Abandoned building ? Looks like it’s in a peaceful setting
It’s the abandoned caravan site just outside Cults in Aberdeen. It’s actually quite eerie. There doesn’t seem to be anyone living there, yet all the grass, hedges between the vans and the tarred roads and driveways are absolutely immaculate so the rotting vans are spaced inbetween the beautifully kept grounds.