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Richmond Naval Air Station | Photo © 2012 Bullet, www.abandonedfl.com

Richmond Naval Air Station

  A circa 1943 view of the interior of the massive NAS Richmond blimp hangar, showing 5 Navy blimps & a blimp gondola undergoing maintenance. Lieutenant Nelson Grills and his crew of nine...

Naval Air Station Lee Field | Photo © 2015 Bullet, www.abandonedfl.com

Naval Air Station Lee Field

View of a control tower at the naval base, 1962. Courtesy of the State Archives of Florida On September 11, 1940, the U.S. Navy opened Naval Air Station Lee Field in honor of Ensign Benjamin Lee who...

Coral Gables Bunker | Photo © 2015 Bullet, www.abandonedfl.com

Coral Gables Bunker

  The bunker is slightly hidden off a trail in the woods Since the mid-1970s, this structure has been a popular hangout, but very few know the history behind it, only referring to it as a ‘bomb...

Duval County Armory | Photo © 2016 Bullet, www.abandonedfl.com

Duval County Armory

  A postcard of the Duval County Armory, ca 1920s The Duval County Armory was constructed in 1916 at the cost of $150,000 to replace an armory destroyed in the Great Fire of 1901. The Gothic Revival...

AT&T Nuclear Bomb Shelter | Photo © 2013 Bullet, www.abandonedfl.com

AT&T Nuclear Bomb Shelter

Alfred Easton Poor. Photo from Core77 Constructed in 1967, the 7,700 square-foot bomb shelter was built by AT&T to be used in the event of a nuclear disaster to house five people for up to 30...

Fort Dade | Photo by Thomas Kenning, 2014

Fort Dade

Slender and sandy, Egmont Key strategically guards the primary shipping lane in and out of Tampa Bay. It is home to a lighthouse and has a long history as a US military outpost. During the Third...

Grumman S-2 Tracker Boneyard | Photo © 2009 Walter Arnold

Grumman S-2 Tracker Boneyard

Grumman designed the aircraft to be used for anti-submarine warfare(ASW), with a large high-wing monoplane with twin Wright Cyclone radial engines with the idea to combine the roles the Avenger and...

Nike Missile IFC Site HM-40, B Battery | Photo © 2014 Bullet, www.abandonedfl.com

Nike Missile IFC Site HM-40, B Battery

  On August 30, 1961, Russian Premier Nikita Khrushchev announced the end of a three-year moratorium on nuclear testing and Soviet tests recommenced on September 1st, initiating a series of tests...

Nike Missile IFC Site HM-95 | Photo © 2014 Bullet, www.abandonedfl.com

Nike Missile IFC Site HM-95, D Battery

Aerial image of Nike Missile Site HM-95, c. 1960s Built in 1965 by the U.S. Army in response to the Cuban Missile Crisis. This Nike site, like many others, was split into two locations. One was the...

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NNPTC Baldwin Park Barracks

Thought by neighborhood kids as an old mental hospital was actually the barracks for recruits entering power school. In December 1966, it was announced that Orlando will be the site for the...

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