Blocking searching: Eleven Eerie Abandoned Supermarkets

[ By Steve in Abandoned Places & Architecture. ]

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Aisle return… never! These shut and abandoned supermarkets provide us with a preview of the coming apocalypse – zombie or perhaps – when shopping just prevents.

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As soon as bustling, hectic and brightly lit, abandoned supermarkets evoke a specific kind of grim dreariness tinged with decay so palpable you can smell it… or perhaps is that simply the foetid aroma of a packed animal meat area requiring a cleaning it’ll never ever get?

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Credit Flickr user Wampa-One for selecting an ominously overcast day in November of 2011 to recapture this abandoned and label-scarred Foodland store in St Louis, MO, as well as coming back nearly annually later as it had been demolished.

Blue On Blue

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However abandoned but what a remarkable contrast from that condemned Foodland! Formerly a Vietnamese grocery store in San Jose, CA’s Japantown, this seafoam green & white grocery store once supplied shoppers an eclectic number of SEAFOOD, GROCERY, GROCERY and ORIENTAL FOOD. Flickr users Travis Wise (Photographing Travis) and Paul George (snowcrash98), respectively, bring united states the aforementioned pictures clicked on different blue-skied days in 2014.

Unfree Marketplace

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Mr. Gorbachev tore straight down that wall surface but unaccountably remaining this Stalinist grocery store standing – go figure. Snazzy blue stripes notwithstanding, the former grocery store from former East Germany undoubtedly offered shoppers an average variety of Warsaw Pact areas such as for example cinderblock-sized bars of soap, left shoes, and rendered horse-hoof jello.

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Shopper also liked no-cost parking due to their two-stroke Trabants, an additional benefit within a land where “free” had been a four-letter term. Credit Flickr user Patrick Scholl (.patrick.) for checking out this abandoned DDR supermarket in January of 2013, digital camera in hand.

Terminal ACME

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abandoned supermarkets Egg Harbor City 4a

Nj doesn’t get much bleaker than this really abandoned ACME grocery store in Egg Harbor City – and that’s saying something. Flickr user Kevin Jarrett (kjarrett) went to the decrepit and decaying market situated off United States Route 30 on December 14th of 2014, and came ultimately back with all the above images of retail despair.

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