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Abandoned Six Flags in New Orleans | Beyond the Photos

Abandoned Six Flags in New Orleans | Beyond the Photos

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Hurricane Sandy brought high winds, storm surge and unthinkable damage to East coast. This a photo of the famous roller coaster along the Jersey shore. Massive flooding with heavy and high surface winds took power from thousands, some people became cut entirely due to the high water and damage, such as Coney Island. The East Coast cities from Hampton Roads north to Massachusetts will have visible scars from this natural disaster for years to come.

Hurricane Sandy brought high winds, storm surge and unthinkable damage to East coast. This a photo of the famous roller coaster along the Jersey shore. Massive flooding with heavy and high surface winds took power from thousands, some people became cut entirely due to the high water and damage, such as Coney Island. The East Coast cities from Hampton Roads north to Massachusetts will have visible scars from this natural disaster for years to come.

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Amusement Parks,Abandoned

Barrington Fair Grounds 1-4-2013

Barrington Fair Grounds 1-4-2013

The Columns Hotel: The Columns Hotel, the former home of tobacco merchant Simon Hernsheim, is said to be haunted by a woman in a white gown who floats around the ballroom and garden, a girl who visits the third floor balcony, and a disembodied Southern gentlemen who checks in on guests.

The Columns Hotel

The Columns Hotel: The Columns Hotel, the former home of tobacco merchant Simon Hernsheim, is said to be haunted by a woman in a white gown who floats around the ballroom and garden, a girl who visits the third floor balcony, and a disembodied Southern gentlemen who checks in on guests.

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Six Flags, a theme park located in New Orleans East, has sat closed since Hurricane Katrina flooded it in 2005.

Six Flags, a theme park located in New Orleans East, has sat closed since Hurricane Katrina flooded it in 2005.

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