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    Gunkanjima ghost island


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    Interesting place. Ruins, particularly untouched ruins, have a special appeal.

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    Might have to see if I can get myself there when in Japan next year.
    Thanks for this post, much appreciated.

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    WoW!!

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    Fascinating. Many thanks.
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    Very interesting. Definitely high-density ' living '.
    Constructive critique of my photos is welcome and appreciated.


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    Once saw a doco on tv about this place. A real snap shot of time that has been left to ruin. Economics, not nuclear like Chernobyl, nor volcano like Pompeii, nor war, forcing mass people movement at short notice.
    Thanks for link.
    Lauri

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    Quote Originally Posted by junqbox View Post
    Might have to see if I can get myself there when in Japan next year.
    Talk to your local fishing boat by the sound of it.

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