Tin City is a unique collection of 11 self-built shacks, nestled between the dunes and the shoreline of Stockton Beach, New South Wales, a significant site of indigenous history and its traditional custodians, the Worimi People, after whom the Woromi National Park was named.
Nichitsu Mining Village
Nichitsu Mining Village a ghost town located in Saitama, Japan. Originally built to accommodate workers of the nearby Chichibu mine, which is still operational today.
Bombala Station is the terminating stop of the Goulburn to Bombala branch line. The original line began from Joppa Junction, south of Goulburn, passing through Tarago, Bungendore, Queanbeyan, Michelago, and Cooma.
Western Village began life in the early 1970’s, growing from what was once known as “Kinugawa Ranch”. A small family owned camp near Nikko in Tochigi Prefecure, aimed at providing a getaway from the busy urban centres.
Eveleigh Paint Shop
The Eveleigh Paint Shop forms part of the Eveleigh Railway Workshops, which also consisted of the locomotive works manager’s office, carriage workshops, locomotive workshops, large erecting shop, new engine shop, timber shed, store & ACDEP depot.
Ashio Copper Mine
Ashio Copper Mine began operations around the 1600’s in Tochigi prefecture, Japan, and was originally owned by the Tokugawa shogunate, the last feudal Japanese military government.
Kinugawa Kan and the Kappa Onsen is an abandoned hotel and its public hot spring bath which operated from 1942 to 1999 in Kinugawa Onsen, a resort town in Togichi Prefecture, Japan, not far from Nikko, and approximately two hours north-west of Tokyo.
Shimizusawa Thermal Power Plant
Originally owned and operated by Hokutan, Hokkaido Colliery & Steamship Co, Shimizusawa Thermal Power Plant was built in 1926 and served as a power supply to the many surrounding coal mines in Shimizusawa and Yubari, producing 6000KW of energy output.
I’m pressed to find much information on Kuwashima Hospital. I know it closed at least seventeen years ago but given the difficulty of research here, I thought, this time, I’d focus on my experience.
Family School Fureai
The building, originally known as Asahi Elementary School, opened its doors in 1975 with the purpose of consolidating three other local schools (Teimi, Fukuzumi & Daini), which had experienced a sharp decline in the number of students.