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Location DB > Japan > Nagasaki Prefecture > Hashima > Gunkanjima > Gunkanjima - Update Two > QL17-556b.jpg

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Sightless TV and CB telephone lay on rotting tatami.
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Posted by The Hitman's Daughter 10/8/2004 7:22 AM | remove
  that's friggin cool.
Posted by Guy With Hat 10/13/2004 3:49 AM | remove
  This looks like a rendering. It's hard to believe it's real.
Posted by Crossfire 11/17/2004 9:29 PM | remove
  Like something out of a post-apocalyptic video game
Posted by handskills 12/3/2004 3:58 PM | remove
  this is incredible... it has all the look of a minature... The doll house of horror...
Posted by sigma 12/18/2004 6:01 AM | remove
  so so good. I need to visit this place.
Posted by TurboZutek 12/18/2004 12:27 PM | remove
  I would love to see this shot in colour.
Posted by Kuroneko 12/19/2004 2:01 AM | remove
  http://www.uer.ca/locations/viewgal.asp?picid=68270

Sort of anyway. My digicam was feeling a bit morose.
Posted by TurboZutek 12/19/2004 2:23 AM | remove
  Nice!
Posted by MutantMandias 5/21/2006 1:55 PM | remove
  Crossfire, it is. In the opening to Fallout, to the tune of "Maybe," by the Inkspots.
Posted by LostintheWoods 8/4/2006 4:22 PM | remove
  BANG ON!!! Took the words right out of my mouth, MutantMandias. I had the some playing in my head as I looked at the picture. "Sooooomeday, you'll think of me....."
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