There are places that witnessed huge moments in time. Some of them remained as museums and monuments with only one job: to preserve history and the memory of the events that once happened there. But others weren’t so lucky. For some reason they were left exposed to the elements. Most of them are now destroyed, but we gathered a list of fifty of these places that refuse to die.
City Hall Station, New York City
This was New York City’s first subway station, opened in 1905 and closed in 1945 due to security concerns. It is closed to the public, only a few lucky ones can visit it in tours organized by the city.